Allan Wynne
Allan Wynne
Allan Wynne
● Allan Wynne, 1969 (HA)

born in Scotland

Michael Allan Wynne was born on Sunday, 23rd July, 1950, in Stirlingshire.

The forward signed for Scot Symon's Thistle on Friday, 8th August 1969, having most recently been with Dumbarton.

Aged 19, he was listed as a substitute for the one and only time on Saturday, 1st November, 1969, in a 1-0 defeat away to Dundee United in the SFL First Division.

There were no registered first-team appearances for Allan in his time at Thistle.

His club-list included Cambusbarron Rovers, Dumbarton and Partick Thistle.

Bio Extra

This inside forward was playing at amateur level with his local team, Cambusbarron Rovers, when Dumbarton signed him to the senior grade in the close season of 1968, just before his 18th birthday. He made 10 competitive appearances for the Second Division side that term, but was freed at the end of the season, landing at Firhill early in August, 1969. Scot Symon's side were struggling at that point; the Jags were in the doldrums and there was a general malaise about the old place. Allan never quite made it out of the reserves in his one season stint with the club, his only experience coming on 1st November 1969, when he watched from the bench as Thistle lost by one goal to nil in a League game at Tannadice in front of 4,745.


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