Born: Saltcoats, Ayrshire, Scotland in 1902. In his day he was
considered by many the finest full back in the world. Marshall came to the United States in 1924 to play for Brooklyn Wanderers. A Scottish international, he was capped seven times between 1921 and 1924. He began his career with St. Mirren during World War One, but was transfered to to the Football League club Middlesbrough in November of 1919 for two thousand pounds. A big man, who despite his size, was a quick mover, Jock surprised everyone by moving to Welsh League club Llanelly in August of 1923. From Llanelly he came to the U.S. and played for the United States against Canada in 1926. His ASL career saw him move from Brooklyn to Newark and back again, before ending
his playing days with Bethlehem Steel.
Source: Colin Jose, Historian, National Soccer Hall of Fame
Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club