Angus Cameron
Angus Cameron
A. Player

probably born in Scotland

Angus Cameron was probably born in Scotland, although his place and date of birth remain unknown to us. *

The defender signed for Donald Turner's Thistle in the springtime of 1940, having most recently been with Blantyre Victoria.

He made his only appearance on Wednesday, 24th April, 1940, in a 5-2 win at home to Kilmarnock in the Regional League, Western Division.

There were no goals for Angus in his one-off appearance for Thistle.

Angus's club-list included Blantyre Victoria, Partick Thistle, Third Lanark, Cowdenbeath and Morton.

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Bio Extra

This left-back from Blantyre Vics joined Thistle in the springtime of 1940 but made little impression, although his only first-team appearance in April 1940 was a positive experience, the Jags defeating Kilmarnock in a midweek Regional League West fixture at Firhill, by 5 goals to 2. Although he played as an amateur, he was "freed" in October 1941 and continued to play with the Vics. He rejoined the senior game in August 1947, signing for a couple of seasons with Third Lanark. Very much on the fringes with the top-flight side, he moved to Cowdenbeath where he was an ever-present in their Division B campaign of 1949-50. After 3 years in Fife, he signed for Morton in May 1952 and spent two seasons at Cappielow. Although he never appeared for the first-team in League action he featured in 6 of the League Cup games in 1953-54 as the Greenock side marched through to the Quarter Finals.


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