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1981–1983  Berwick Rangers
Playing position  Defender
1975–1981  Stirling Albion
Height  1.75 m
1975  Meadowbank Thistle
Role  Footballer
Years  Team
Name  Graeme Armstrong

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Date of birth  (1956-06-23) 23 June 1956 (age 59)

Place of birth  Edinburgh, Scotland

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Graeme Armstrong (born 23 June 1956) is a retired Scottish footballer. He is best known for the longevity of his playing career, which encompassed a Scottish record figure of 910 league appearances over a 26-year period between 1975 and 2001. Including cup matches, Armstrong is one of a select number of players who have amassed over 1,000 career appearances.

Born in Edinburgh, Armstrong began his career in the non-leagues in Scotland, playing once as a trialist for Meadowbank Thistle, before being signed by Stirling Albion in 1975, making his league debut on 26 April 1975. Over the next 6 seasons "Louis" played in 204 games for the Yo-Yo's before being transferred to Berwick Rangers and then spending 10 years at Meadowbank Thistle.

He then moved on to Stenhousemuir, where he later became manager and guided the side to promotion. He was sacked in April 2000, with Stenhousemuir battling relegation. In 2005, Armstrong was voted Stenhousemuir's all-time cult hero by viewers of BBC's Football Focus.

Armstrong joined Alloa Athletic as assistant-manager, also registering as a player, the following day. He played just once for Alloa, as a substitute in April 2001, at the age of 44 years, before retiring. He was dismissed by Alloa in January 2003 as part of a drive to cut costs.

In 2007, he guided Newtongrange to the Scottish Junior Football Association's East Region, South Division championship and promotion to the Premier League. On 8 April, Graeme Armstrong resigned from his post as manager of Junior side Newtongrange Star after 6 years.

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Graeme Armstrong Wikipedia


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