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Archie McPherson (footballer)

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Date of birth  10 February 1909
Name  Archie McPherson
Place of death  Scotland
Date of death  1969 (aged 59–60)

Full name  Archibald Johnston McPherson
Place of birth  Buchanan, Stirling, Scotland

Playing position  Inside-Left/Wing-Half

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Archie McPherson (born 10 February 1909 in Buchanan, Stirling, Scotland, died 1969) was a Scottish footballer. McPherson began his career with Rangers before moving south of the border to join Liverpool, after just one year. He was to be a regular in Liverpool's first-team for the next five years, playing as an inside-left, and forming a partnership with Fred Hopkin. Described as a skilful player and an accurate passer, he moved on to Sheffield United, where he was employed as a wing-half. He featured on the losing side in the 1936 FA Cup Final, before returning to Scotland to spend one year at Falkirk, after which he retired. He later managed Alloa Athletic


He also played cricket, as a batsman, for Clackmannan County in the Scottish Counties Championship.

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Alloa Athletic
  • Stirlingshire Cup : 1959-60, 1965–66
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