James Callaghan Charnley, more commonly known as Chic Charnley, (born 11 June 1963 in Glasgow) is a former Scottish football player and coach. Charnley's playing career lasted nearly 20 years, with spells at Hamilton Academical, St Mirren, Hibernian and Dundee, however he is perhaps best known for his numerous spells at Partick Thistle. He also was a coach at Thistle for a short time and was briefly assistant manager of Clyde. Throughout his career, Charnley had a reputation as being a hot-head, he was sent off 17 times in a senior career which lasted for nearly 20 years. In 2009, Charnley published his autobiography: "Seeing Red: The Chic Charnley Story."