Pat Smith
Pat Smith
Pat Smith
● Pat Smith, c1896 (HA)

probably born in Scotland

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

The goalkeeper signed for Thistle on Tuesday, 7th August, 1894, having most recently been with Duntocher Harp.

He made his first known appearance on Saturday, 11th August, 1894, in a 5-2 win at home to Dundee Wanderers in the SFL Second Division.

Pat kept his first known clean-sheet on Saturday, 27th April, 1895, in a 6-0 friendly win at home to Neilston.

He registered the last of his 5 known clean-sheets on Saturday, 26th September, 1896, in a 2-0 win at home to Royal Albert in the Scottish Qualifying Cup.

He played his last known game for the club on Saturday, 7th November, 1896, in a 5-2 defeat at home to Kilmarnock in the Scottish Qualifying Cup, having appeared for the Thistle on at least 51 occasions.

His club-list included Duntocher Harp, Partick Thistle and Bolton Wanderers.

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

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compiled from our All Games criteria.
# Clean-Sheet Match
1 clean-sheet 27.04.1895 Neilston [h] W6-0 (Friendly)
2 clean-sheet 11.05.1895 Heart of Midlothian Reserves [h] W2-0 (Friendly)
3 clean-sheet 25.05.1895 Port Glasgow Athletic [h] W5-0 (SFL Second Division - game 18)
4 clean-sheet 29.02.1896 Paisley Academicals [h] W10-0 (Friendly)
5 clean-sheet 26.09.1896 Royal Albert [h] W2-0 (Scottish Qualifying Cup 2nd Round)
Pat Smith's clean-sheet ratio
5/51 ← success rate → 9.8%
Thistle's clean-sheet ratio
1542/6652 ← success rate → 23.1%
@ 13-May-2022


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