Tommy Turner
Tommy Turner
Tommy Turner
● Tommy Turner, 1995 (ALL)

born in Scotland

Thomas Gibson Turner was born on Friday, 11th October, 1963, in Johnstone, Renfrewshire.

The 5' 10 (10st 7lbs) forward signed for John Lambie's Thistle on Saturday, 31st December, 1994, having most recently been with St Johnstone.

Aged 31, he made his debut appearance on Saturday, 31st December, 1994, in a 2-2 draw at home to Kilmarnock in the SFL Premier Division.

Tommy scored his first goal for Thistle on Saturday, 4th February, 1995, in a 2-1 win away to Hibernian in the SFL Premier Division.

He scored the last of his 5 goals on Saturday, 20th April, 1996, in a 2-1 defeat away to Kilmarnock in the SFL Premier Division.

He played his last game for the club on Thursday, 26th December, 1996, in a 2-2 draw at home to Dundee in the SFL First Division, having appeared as a Jag on 61 occasions.

Tommy's club-list included Ferguslie United, Kilmarnock, Glentyan Thistle, Morton, St Johnstone, Partick Thistle, St Mirren, Queen of the South, Gretna and Johnstone Burgh.

Bio Extra

Arrived at Firhill from St Johnstone, in an exchange for Isaac English at a stage of the 94/95 season when relegation from the Premier League seemed inevitable. In a remarkable second half to the season, Thistle confounded their critics, including sections of their own support, by avoiding both the automatic relegation spot (that went to Dundee United) and the play-off (contested between Dunfermline and Aberdeen). Turner, plus a number of other very astute signings made by John Lambie, were instrumental in what was fast becoming an annual Premier League escape act. Sadly there was no escape act the following season, nor promotion back to the Premier League 12 months later. Turner left Thistle for St Mirren at the end of that season.


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