During his career he played for Hackney Schools, St Saviour’s FC (Chelsea), Wimbledon FC, Charlton Athletic (he made 165 league and 17 FA Cup appearances for them over the period 1924 to 1930) and Leyton FC. Charlton Athletic were in the Third Division (South) when he joined the club, making his first team debut on 15 March 1924 against Brighton (away). George was the captain of the team that won the third division during the 1928/29 season, thus getting promotion to the Second Division. He played seven times for the England Amateur international side. His first cap was on 5 May 1923 (against Belgium) and his last was on 7 November 1925 (against Ireland). One of his best performances was in the Amateurs v Professionals Trial on 5 October 1925 at White Hart Lane, Tottenham, which won him a full international cap for England (on 24 October 1925 against Northern Ireland). He was 5’ 11” tall and weighed 11st 9lb. His final match for Charlton was on 18 April 1930 against Swansea Town (at home).
I have donated one of George's amateur international caps to the Charlton Athletic Museum, who tell me that they intend to display it.