Dougie Morrison
Dougie Morrison
Dougie Morrison
● Dougie Morrison, 1915 (DPJ)

born in Scotland

Dugald McK. Morrison was born sometime between 23rd November 1893 and 22nd November 1894, in Glasgow.

The 5' 8 (11st 7lbs) midfielder signed for George Easton's Thistle on Saturday, 5th October, 1912, having most recently been with Denny Athletic.

Aged 17 or 18, he made his debut appearance on Tuesday, 15th October, 1912, in a 6-1 defeat at home to Clyde in the Glasgow & District Mid-Week League.

Dougie scored his first two goals for Thistle on Saturday, 18th January, 1913, in a 2-1 win at home to St Mirren in the SFL First Division.

He scored the last of his 5 goals on Saturday, 26th February, 1916, in a 3-1 win at home to Motherwell in the Scottish Football League.

He played his last game for the club on Saturday, 20th January, 1917, in a 3-0 defeat away to Rangers in the Scottish Football League, having clocked up 103 appearances as a Jag.

His club-list included Denny Athletic, Partick Thistle and East Fife.

Dougie died on Tuesday, 22nd November, 1938, in Glasgow, aged 44.

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compiled from our All Games criteria.
Goal(s) Match
goal.pnggoal.png 18.01.1913 St Mirren [h] W2-1 (SFL First Division - game 24)
goal.png 08.02.1913 Caledonian [h] W4-1 (Scottish Cup 2nd Round)
goal.png 04.04.1914 Nithsdale Wanderers [a] D1-1 (Morrison Benefit)
goal.png 26.02.1916 Motherwell [h] W3-1 (SFL - game 28)

Historian's note: JL contends that this player signed from Plymouth Argyle on the 5th October, 1912, but the excellent GOS has no note of him. The KC (18 Oct 1912) reports that he signed for Thistle from Denny.


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