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He had a spell with Newton Heath (later to be known as Manchester United in 1902) before joining Bolton. I don’t have any game stats from his time in England but one comment is of interest... “He left the club to volunteer for the Boer War”, which would be the Second Boer War. Joseph also had spells with Dunfermline and East Fife later in his career. As ever, any further information would be welcomed. September 12, 2016, 3:04 am Former colleague Stan Gardiner has many of his uncle’s football medals, contracts and such like, and he wants to share them with other football fans. Stan’s uncle is former Dundee United star Bobby Gardiner — a player revered by old-time Tannadice supporters.

The following season saw his goals completely dry up and, during his 19 games (16 league, three cup), he failed to find the net. Indeed, the Dens men finished bottom of the 10-team league but were successfully re-elected to continue playing in the top flight the following season. Joseph wasn’t around when Dundee won the Scottish Cup in 1910, so the medal must be from some other competition. My research revealed he played just one game for Bolton against Middlesbrough on April 7, 1900, in a 3-0 victory but did not score.

Bobby, along with Arthur Milne, were nicknamed The Mighty Midgets by United fans due to the fact they stood under 5ft 6in in their socks. Stan worked in the stereo department in DC Thomson’s Bank Street offices for many years before setting up business as a golf equipment wholesaler. He said: “Uncle Bobby seems to have been some player in his time. “The more and more I look into his career, the more plaudits he seems to get, and surprises keep cropping up. “In addition to United, he also played for Bristol Rovers and Hibs, among others.

That stat alone makes him part of a very small select who have hit a hat-trick on their Dundee debut. Most of his games in that first season were played on the right-wing or inside-right, and he played 16 out of 18 league games, scoring eight goals. He also took part in three Scottish Cup ties, scoring once.

However, by my recollection, the players who have donned tangerine and dark blue for the first teams — from 1960 — are: Aaron Conway, Alan Gordon, Alex Stuart, Andy Cargill, Andy McLaren, Beto Naveda, Billy Dodds, Billy Kirkwood, Billy Thomson, Billy Williamson, Bobby Robinson, Craig Samson, Danny Griffin, David Worrell, Doug Houston, Dragutin Ristic, Duncan McLeod, Gordon McLeod, Gordon Wallace. Iain Ferguson, Ian Phillip, Ian Redford, Ian Scott, James Grady, Jim Hamilton, Jim Lauchlan, Jim McInally, John Holt, John McQuillan, Kenny Cameron, Kevin Smith, Lee Mair, Lee Wilkie, Lewis Toshney, Mark Fotheringham, Mark Kerr, Neil Duffy, Paul Dixon.

“We were playing Jeanfield Swifts with the score at 1-1. “A long high ball was lofted into Jeanfield’s box and our striker Dave Martin backed into a Jeanfield defender. “The referee, quite rightly, blew for a free-kick. “However, before the game got under way again, the Swifts player took umbrage at the challenge and swung a punch at Dave. “The referee intervened, then, controversially, awarded Carnoustie a penalty-kick. “I certainly thought the decision was wrong and so did Jeanfield, who surrounded the referee in protest. “Anyway, when it all (slightly) calmed down, as the penalty-taker, I placed the ball on the spot.

“Everyone looked up to him then because it was obvious he was a magnificent player. “My next sighting of Jim was in the East Fife dressing-room when I signed at Bayview. “To be honest, he took me under his wing and looked after me. “However, even in that dressing-room with a lot of great players, he was very well respected. ” Brian, who also had stints in the Highland League in addition to a successful spell with Carnoustie Juniors, continued: “Ironically, I took his place in the team when he tragically broke his leg just prior to flying south to talk to Crystal Palace. “That was a really sad day but Jim bounced back to play again. ” Brian continued: “When he went back to the juniors, late in his career, I signed him when I was manager of Violet.

His second came when we went back to the hotel. He summoned a few of the senior players together and it was decided to let us ‘out on the town’ that evening, with the senior players entrusted to ensure nobody stepped out of line. The town in question was Kirkcaldy and a small fleet of cars headed along the coast. I can say in all honesty that no-one stepped out of line and we enjoyed a few beers and a bit of banter. So much so that the dressing-room was buzzing prior to the Alloa game and we ended up winning 3-1 — and it should have been a lot more.

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“The goalie was Alec Steele. “Alec was making a name for himself as a wicketkeeper/batsman with Forfarshire at the time, and the story went around that he didn’t want to appear in the photo in case his parents found out that he played in goal and might damage his hands. “However, I don’t know if that story is true or not. “Anyway, Alec did go on to play cricket for Scotland. ” August 9, 2016, 10:00 pm Arabzone’s Andy Boyd wonders if BwB, or any of the readers, can help with information surrounding a photo? “I came across the booklet — World Soccer Digest, 1962-63 — containing this Dundee FC photo (see top), ” said Andy.

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Brown was in goal for the Dark Blues but was injured in the second minute. With no substitutes at that time, he ‘soldiered’ on before eventually having to come off in the 52nd minute, by which time the Dark Blues were 3-0 down. Dundee lined up that day — Brown; Hamilton, Cox; Black, Tosh, Glen; McIvor, Cousin, McGrory, Sneddon, Robertson. That heavy defeat was Alex Hamilton’s debut for the Dens Parkers. The recent passing of former Lochee United, East Fife and Forfar Athletic striker Jim Finlayson touched many. Since I featured Jim on July 12, several readers got in touch to laud him.

“Constable Street is just off Victoria Street. “They refurbished the place, with the cells becoming showers and the like. ” Ann then pursued another line of questioning. “I wonder if you could help me in another matter, ” Ann went on. “My great-grandfather was Joseph Clark, who was born in 1874, and he played for Dundee FC around the turn of last century. “I’ve also come across a medal of his, which could be a Scottish Cup medal. “I think he also played at some point for Manchester United and Bolton Wanderers. ” I can only find Joseph Clark playing for Dundee for two seasons from 1896. Indeed, his very first game for the Dark Blues was in a 3-0 home win over Hibs — and he netted all three goals.

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