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Full name  Robert Kinloch
1959–1962  Hibernian
Years  Team
Date of death  August 27, 2014
Place of birth  Glasgow, Scotland
Role  Footballer
Date of birth  1935
Name  Bobby Kinloch

Bobby Kinloch BOBBY KINLOCH OBITUARY Football Hibs History Hibernian
Playing position  Inside forward Wing half

Position  Wing half, Inside forward

Robert "Bobby" Kinloch (1935 – 27 August 2014) was a Scottish footballer who played for Forres Mechanics F.C. in the Scottish Highland Football League, Hibernian (Hibs), Greenock Morton, Berwick Rangers, Toronto City, Hamilton Steelers, Raith Rovers and Dunfermline Athletic.

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Kinloch started his senior career with Forres Mechanics FC, having previously served his National Service in the Royal Air Force (RAF). Kinloch was stationed in Malaya while serving in the RAF and he played for the Malaya national football team. During his time with Hibs, Kinloch scored the winning goal in a European tie against Barcelona. After spells with Morton and Berwick, Kinloch emigrated to Canada and played in the ECPSL for Toronto and Hamilton. He returned to Scotland and played for Fife clubs Raith Rovers and Dunfermline during the 1967–68 season, after which he retired from playing football.

He had a business career and attended many events organised by the Hibs former players' association after retiring from football. Kinloch died in 2014, aged 79.


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