Clydebank F.C. players

Posted May 24, 2011
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  1. Aime Kitenge

    Aime Kitenge


    Aime Debo Kitenge (born 11 November 1975) is a retired Burundian goalkeeper last with Thanda Royal Zulu in the Premier Soccer League of South Africa.

  2. Stephen Robertson

    Stephen Robertson


    Stephen Robertson is a British computer scientist. He is well known for his work on information retrieval.

  3. Neil Oliver

    Neil Oliver


    Neil Oliver (born 11 April 1967 in Berwick-upon-Tweed) is an English former footballer, who played for the Berwick Rangers, Blackburn Rovers, Falkirk, Hamilton Academical, Clydebank and East Fife. He became manager of Duns F.C., taking them from the Border Amateur League into the East of Scotland League. He parted company with Duns in August 2013 and was appointed manager of East of Scotland League Premier Division side Coldstream on January 21st 2014. On October 15th 2014, Neil resigned as manager of Coldstream.

  4. Terry Butcher

    Terry Butcher


    Terry Ian Butcher (born 28 December 1958) is an English former professional footballer and manager. During his playing career, Butcher captained the England national team, winning 77 caps in a ten-year international career that featured three World Cups. Butcher also enjoyed success in his club career, particularly with Ipswich Town and Rangers. He has subsequently managed clubs in England, Scotland, Australia and Wales.

  5. Henry Smith

    Henry Smith


    Admiral Sir Henry Smith, KCB (1803 – 18 January 1887), was a British officer in the Royal Navy. He served in the capture of Aden (1839), First Opium War, and Crimean War. He was appointed a CB in 1840 and a KCB in 1873.

  6. Dave McEachran

    Dave McEachran


    David McEachran (born 5 December 1903 in Clydebank, Scotland, died 21 January 1983 in Brampton, Ontario, Canada) was an early twentieth century Scottish football (soccer) wing forward who played professionally in Scotland, Northern Ireland, England, Canada and the United States.

  7. Jimmy McGrory

    Jimmy McGrory


    James Edward "Jimmy" McGrory (26 April 1904 – 20 October 1982) was a Scottish International football player, who played for Celtic and Clydebank and then went on to manage Kilmarnock, before returning to Celtic after the end of the Second World War, to manage them.

  8. Peter Sermanni

    Peter Sermanni


    Peter Hugh Sermanni (born 9 July 1971) is a Scottish former professional footballer who played as a midfielder.

  9. George Rowe (footballer)

    George Rowe (footballer)


    George Rowe is a Scottish professional footballer who played for Clydebank, Arbroath, Queen of the South and Stirling Albion. His position was Central Defence.

  10. Andy Roxburgh

    Andy Roxburgh


    Andrew "Andy" Roxburgh, (born 5 August 1943) is a Scottish former football player and manager currently serving as an administrator. Roxburgh's entire professional playing career was spent in the Scottish Football League. After retiring as a player, he was appointed as the Scottish Football Association's first Director of Coaching. He achieved success with the national youth teams, winning the 1982 UEFA European Under-18 Football Championship.

  11. Andy Ritchie

    Andy Ritchie


    Andrew Timothy "Andy" Ritchie (born 28 November 1960 in Manchester, Lancashire) is an English former footballer and manager.

  12. Tom Spence

    Tom Spence


    Tom Spence (4 January 1962 – 28 April 2012) was a Scottish football player and manager. He was born in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire. Spence played for Stirling Albion, Clydebank, Clyde and Kilmarnock and was captain of the Stirling Albion team which defeated Selkirk 20-0 in 1984.

  13. David Farrell

    David Farrell


    David Farrell was Gaelic footballer from Camp in Co Kerry. He played with Kerry during the late 80's and 90's. He won a All Ireland Minor medal in 1988 and two year later added a Under 21 All Ireland medal to that. He won a Munster Senior Championship medal in 1991 also. He played his club football with Annascaul with whom he won a County Intermediate Championship in 1992 and helped the club to the County Senior Football Championship final in 1993 when Annascaul lost out to Laune Rangers, he did however with a County Championship with West Kerry in 1990.

  14. Paul Shields

    Paul Shields


    Paul Shields (born 25 September 1978 (age 37)) is an Irish professional rugby union footballer of the 2000s, playing at club level for Ulster Rugby and Northampton Saints, as a Hooker. He won two caps for the Ireland national team in 2003.

  15. Eddie McCreadie

    Eddie McCreadie


    Edward Graham "Eddie" McCreadie (born 15 April 1940 in Glasgow) is a former Scottish footballer who played at left-back, mainly for Chelsea. He later became a football manager.

  16. Owen Coyle

    Owen Coyle


    Owen Columba Coyle (born 14 July 1966) is a former professional football player and manager who is the current head coach of Houston Dynamo.

  17. Mike Conroy (footballer born 1965)

    Mike Conroy (footballer born 1965)


    Michael Kevin Conroy (born 31 December 1965 in Glasgow) is a Scottish former professional footballer. He played as a striker.

  18. James Reid (footballer born 1890)

    James Reid (footballer born 1890)


    James Greig Reid (born 1 May 1890 in Peebles; died 22 April 1938) was a Scottish footballer who played for Lincoln City, Airdrieonians and Clydebank. Reid was also selected three times by the Scottish national team. He finished as the top scorer in the Scottish Football League Division One in the 1912–13 and 1913–14 seasons.

  19. Alan Gow

    Alan Gow


    Alan Gow (born 9 October 1982) is a Scottish footballer who plays for St. Mirren. He can play as either a striker or an attacking midfielder.

  20. Chic Charnley

    Chic Charnley


    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."

  21. Joe Frickleton

    Joe Frickleton


    Joe Frickleton is a Scottish former professional football player and manager.

  22. Ally Maxwell

    Ally Maxwell


    Alistair Espie "Ally" Maxwell (born 16 February 1965 in Hamilton) is a Scottish football coach and former professional footballer. He is currently a youth coach for SC Del Sol Soccer Club in the United States, having previously played for Motherwell, Rangers and Dundee United, and coached Greenock Morton and US side Sereno Golden Eagles.

  23. Mark Nicholls

    Mark Nicholls


    Mark Nicholls (born 30 May 1977) is an English former professional footballer who played as a striker from 1994 until 2012, notably remembered for playing in the Premier League for Chelsea. He was assistant manager to Neil Shipperley at North Greenford United before the pair left after the 2011/12 season. He then returned with Shipperley to North Greenford United in October 2012 after Jon-Barrie Bates left by mutual consent.

  24. Johnny Walker (footballer)

    Johnny Walker (footballer)


    Johhny Walker (born 12 December 1973 in Glasgow, Scotland) is a former professional association football player who played as a midfielder. He notably played for Rangers and Mansfield Town. He played between 1989 and 2004.

  25. Ken Eadie

    Ken Eadie


    Kenneth William Eadie (born 26 February 1961 in Paisley) is a retired Scottish footballer who played for, amongst others, Clydebank, Airdrieonians and Queen of the South during his career.

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