(20 January 1874, Cradley, Worcestershire – 16 April 1938, Derby) was an English footballer and manager who played for Derby County, Middlesbrough and England during the 1890s and 1900s. Bloomer remains a legend at Derby County and the club anthem, Steve Bloomer's Watchin', is played before every home game. On 17 January a bust of Bloomer was unveiled next to the home dugout at Pride Park Stadium.
[The Guardian] - His streak: 3, 2, 3, 4 5) Steve Bloomer (England, Mar Mar , 19 goals in 10 games) "As a Derby County fan it's always useful to look up Steve Bloomer's record in these cases," writes David Hopkins. "Bloomer scored in each of his first 10
[This is Staffordshire] - But a reported crowd of – including some from the Potteries – saw Derby goalscoring legend Steve Bloomer bag a hat-trick in a tie finishing 3-1 after Stoke had taken the lead through Scottish international Willie Maxwell.