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Full name  Alan Bruce McInally
1980–1984  Ayr United
Weight  85 kg
Place of birth  Ayr, Scotland
Name  Alan McInally
Spouse  Rhona Brown (m. ?–1996)
Playing position  Striker
Role  Footballer
Position  Forward
Years  Team
Height  1.86 m

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Date of birth  (1963-02-10) 10 February 1963 (age 52)
Similar People  Jeff Stelling, Radmilo Mihajlovic, Charlie Nicholas, Mo Johnston, Jim McInally

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Alan Bruce McInally (born 10 February 1963) is a Scottish former professional footballer, who played for Ayr United, Celtic, Aston Villa, Bayern Munich and Kilmarnock.

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Ayr-born McInally variously went by the nicknames of Rambo and Big Mac and he is the son of Jackie McInally, who played in Kilmarnock's title-winning side of 1965, scoring 11 goals. He won his first medal in the 1985–86 season, when Celtic won the title on goal difference from Hearts. Although he played only 16 games (with one goal scored), in his third and last season at the club (1986–87), he scored 15 goals in his 38 league games.

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He then moved to English club Aston Villa, helping them win promotion in 1989. He was transferred in 1989 to German giants Bayern Munich, where he stayed for four years. During this period he appeared in eight international games for Scotland and was selected for their 1990 FIFA World Cup squad. After playing for Kilmarnock during the 1993/94 season, McInally retired from playing football. He has since worked in the media, most notably for the Sky Sports show Soccer Saturday.

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