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Eddie B 1:00 Thu Jan 26
Successful Scottish WHU players
Ray Stewart (obviously)
Frank McAvennie (for a season)
Christina Dailly (love of my life)

Erm, many others?

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frank marker 7:26 Fri Jan 27
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
Diafra McSakho

Biggie Biggs 6:39 Fri Jan 27
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
Tommy McQueen

Swiss. 6:11 Fri Jan 27
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
David Speedie
Don Hutchinson
Neir Orr
Ray Stewart

Scott Minto - OK not really

gph 1:44 Fri Jan 27
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
Interestingly, Falkirk had a bit of a Carrick deal (no, not that deal) with Syd - they also signed up his not so good brother, Len.

theaxeman 12:04 Fri Jan 27
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
Neil Orr played a significant role in 86 if I remember correctly

KLM 10:36 Fri Jan 27
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
Gph,

Ta

gph 3:43 Fri Jan 27
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
KLM: Syd Puddefoot was born in Bow and played for England twice.

He did move to Falkirk after us, before rejoining us some years later, from Blackburn.

Babelman 3:33 Fri Jan 27
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
Ray Stewart

best penalty taker

gank 2:20 Fri Jan 27
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
I see the ghost of Hugh Monteith still haunts this site.

stoneman 11:58 Thu Jan 26
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
Clyde Best

Charoo 11:56 Thu Jan 26
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
Nigel Quashie

gph 11:14 Thu Jan 26
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
Sadly, the world's two shortest centre backs in 2014 (both around 5'7"), Uriel Alvarez and Markus Ballmerz, have both changed positions, Alvarez to right back and Ballmerz to midfield.

KLM 11:06 Thu Jan 26
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
Going way back
Archie Macauley and was Sydney puddefoot scottish?

KLM 11:03 Thu Jan 26
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
Cushley worst but not shortest. You are thinking of George. Andrew who played one game in 1966

Banjo 10:25 Thu Jan 26
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
John Cushley......the world's shortest centre half.

Lertie Button 8:57 Thu Jan 26
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
George Cowie was one of the reasons that John Lyle allowed Scottie Houghton to leave, despite the appeals of senior players like Bonzo and Phil Parkes to keep him.
Along with Dale Baton, Paul Allen, Allen Dickens and Bobby Barnes they were considered to be better prospects, despite Hougton's goal scoring record for the reserves.

british is best 8:31 Thu Jan 26
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
Tom mcallister .

Sir Alf 6:10 Thu Jan 26
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
Sandy Clark ( cough )

Sniper 6:10 Thu Jan 26
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Benni McCarthy

Well he was fat and sweaty and shit so that's basically the Scottish national team

13 Brentford Rd 6:02 Thu Jan 26
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
Blimey I remember George Cowie. Was going to be the next big thing / Bobbby Moore mid 70s but never made it and disappeared.

terry-h 6:00 Thu Jan 26
Re: Successful Scottish WHU players
Eddie B
Since you are a fan of Christian Dailly, can you remember when your hero lost a tooth at Rotherham I think it was. At the end of the match he spent some time looking for it. My dentist managed to fix it back in for him and also made two gum shields for him, one claret and blue,and the other blue and white for his games for Scotland.

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