James Douglas
James Douglas
A. Player

probably born in Scotland

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

The forward signed for Donald Turner's Thistle on Monday, 17th May, 1937, having most recently been with Standburn Rangers Juveniles.

He made his debut appearance on Saturday, 4th September, 1937, in a 0-0 draw at home to Arbroath in the SFL First Division.

James scored his first two goals for Thistle on Saturday, 26th March, 1938, in a 3-0 win at home to Motherwell in the SFL First Division.

He scored the last of his 11 goals on Saturday, 16th December, 1939, in a 2-1 win away to Airdrieonians in the Regional League, Western Division.

He played his last game for the club on Saturday, 27th April, 1940, in a 3-1 defeat away to St Mirren in the Regional League, Western Division, having appeared as a Jag on 67 occasions.

His club-list included Partick Thistle and Stenhousemuir.

We don't know where or when James died. *

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compiled from our All Games criteria.
Goal(s) Match
goal.pnggoal.png 26.03.1938 Motherwell [h] W3-0 (SFL First Division - game 30)
goal.png 18.04.1938 Rangers [h] D1-1 (SFL First Division - game 35)
goal.png 03.12.1938 Third Lanark [a] W4-2 (SFL First Division - game 19)
goal.png 21.01.1939 Cowdenbeath [a] D3-3 (Scottish Cup 1st Round)
goal.png 08.04.1939 Third Lanark [h] W4-1 (SFL First Division - game 36)
goal.pnggoal.png 11.11.1939 Hamilton Academical [a] L4-6 (Regional League, Western Division - game 4)
goal.pnggoal.png 25.11.1939 Kilmarnock [a] L2-5 (Regional League, Western Division - game 6)
goal.png 16.12.1939 Airdrieonians [a] W2-1 (Regional League, Western Division - game 9)


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