|Full name Brian McPhee|
1993–1996 Queen's Park
Height 1.78 m
Place of birth Glasgow, Scotland
Name Brian McPhee
Current team Wishaw Juniors F.C.
|Date of birth (1970-10-23) 23 October 1970 (age 45)|
Brian mcphee 12 second goal for airdrie
Brian McPhee (born 23 October 1970 in Glasgow, Scotland) is a retired Scottish footballer who last played for Wishaw Juniors. He had a long career as a striker in the Scottish Football League with several clubs.
McPhee joined Queen's Park in 1993 and turned professional with Airdrieonians in 1996. During his time at Airdrie, McPhee narrowly missed out on promotion to the Premier Division when the club lost in an end of season play-off to Hibernian in 1997.
After growing dissatisfied with his regular use as a substitute by manager Alex MacDonald, McPhee rejected a new contract offer from Airdrie and after trials in Greece and Holland, signed for Livingston in July 1998. Livingston won the Division One title in 2001 however after not featuring in the early matches of the following seasons Premier Division campaign, McPhee asked to be placed on the transfer list.
He subsequently moved on a month's loan to Clyde before joining Hamilton Academical in November 2001. In 2002 McPhee (who is of mixed race) was subjected to racist abuse from a supporter while playing for Hamilton against Albion Rovers.
During his spell at Hamilton McPhee went part-time after commencing training with Strathclyde Fire and Rescue Service in Glasgow. He was in attendance in the aftermath of the Stockline Plastics factory explosion in 2004.
McPhee joined Airdrie United in 2005 and after further spells at Stranraer (on loan) and Dumbarton, he moved on to Junior football with Bathgate Thistle and Cambuslang Rangers. After a spell playing local amateur football with Kirkhill AFC, McPhee joined Wishaw Juniors in April 2013.
He retired in 2014 to concentrate on his career as a firefighter,and became involved in charity fundraising for impoverished people in Kenya after visiting the country.