|Full name John McGregor|
1979–1982 Queen's Park
|Place of birth Airdrie, Scotland|
Name John McGregor
|Date of birth (1963-01-05) 5 January 1963 (age 52)|
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John McGregor (born 5 January 1963 in Airdrie) is a former professional footballer.
McGregor started his career at Queen's Park after signing from Bargeddie Amateurs. He went on to make over a hundred appearances for the Spiders, becoming a mainstay in the side for over three seasons. His form attracted the attention of English side Liverpool. After five years on Merseyside and no appearances, McGregor left permanently to return to Glasgow with Rangers.
He joined the club on a free transfer in 1987 and made his debut on 8 August 1987 in a 1–1 draw at home to Dundee United. In his first season, he twenty-nine appearances including in the 1988 League Cup win over Aberdeen. After that McGregor's career stalled due to injuries and he was forced to retire in 1992, joining the Rangers coach staff soon after. He became the Reserve team coach but left in 2003, being replaced by John Brown.