Burslem Port Vale
Mullineux started off with Burslem Park, before joining Burslem Port Vale in May 1900. He featured in one Second Division game in the 1900–01 season, and then went on to play all 34 league and five FA Cup matches in the 1901–02 season. He again played all 34 games in the 1902–03 campaign, and claimed a goal in a 5–1 defeat to Preston North End at Deepdale on 28 February. He made 40 appearances in the 1903–04 season, missing just one league game, and scored in a 5–0 win over Blackpool at the Athletic Ground on 12 March. He played 13 league games in the 1904–05 season, before the club's grim financial situation meant that he was sold to Bury for a £600 fee in December 1904.
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