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Dougie Gray

Dougie Gray
Personal information
Full name Douglas Herbert Gray
Date of birth (1905-04-04)4 April 1905
Place of birth Alford, Scotland
Date of death 1972 (aged 66–67)
Playing position Full back
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1925-1947 Rangers 490 (2)
National team
1928-1932 Scotland[1] 10 (0)
1927-1930 Scottish League XI[2] 6 (0)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (goals)

Douglas Herbert Gray (4 April 1905 - 1972) was a Scottish footballer who spent his entire senior career with Rangers F.C., Glasgow and is, to this day, the club's longest serving player in its history.

Born in Alford, Aberdeenshire, Gray joined the Ibrox club from Aberdeen Mugiemoss in June 1925. A full back, he played for the club 555 times in competitive matches between 1925 and 1947, earning ten league championship and six Scottish Cup winning medals. Taking into account his appearances in war-time matches and friendlies, he made 940 appearances for the club in all, wearing the shirt more times than any other player, though John Greig is the record holder for appearances in official matches. Gray won ten international caps for the Scotland national football team and made six appearances for the Scottish League representative side.[2] After leaving Rangers, he acted as a coach at Clyde.

Gray is a member of the Rangers F.C. Hall of Fame.

References

  1. ^ Dougie Gray at scottishfa.co.uk
  2. ^ a b "Duggie Gray". www.londonhearts.com. London Hearts Supporters' Club. Retrieved 24 May 2014. 

External links

  • FollowFollow.com profile of Dougie Gray
  • Rangers FC profile
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