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Jim Lister
Jim Lister (born 26 February 1981) is a Scottish former footballer who played for as a forward
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Forfar Athletic F.C.
Forfar
Forfar
Athletic Football Club are a Scottish semi-professional football club from the town of Forfar, Angus. They are members of the Scottish Professional Football League
Scottish Professional Football League
and currently play in Scottish League One. They play their home games at Station Park, in the north end of Forfar.[2] The club are nicknamed "the Loons" ('loon' is a Northern Scots word for a young man), although they are sometimes referred to as the "Sky Blues" (which the club stopped using in the early 1990s). One explanation for the origins of the Loons' moniker is that the second string were younger than the first team, so over time people would say "I'm off to watch the Loons".[3] Other rival clubs in Angus include Arbroath, Brechin City and Montrose, as well as the larger clubs of Dundee, Dundee United, St Johnstone and Aberdeen in the wider east of Scotland
Scotland
region
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Andy Dowie
Andrew John "Andy" Dowie (born 25 March 1983 in Bellshill) is a Scottish professional footballer who plays for Scottish Championship club Dumbarton where he is the club's captain
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Forward (association Football)
Forwards are the players on an association football team who play nearest to the opposing team's goal, and are therefore most responsible for scoring goals. Their advanced position and limited defensive responsibilities mean forwards normally score more goals on behalf of their team than other players. Modern team formations generally include one to three forwards; for example, the common 4–2–3–1 formation includes one forward.[1] Unconventional formations may include more than three forwards, or none.[2][3]Contents1 Centre-forward 2 Striker 3 Second striker 4 Inside forward 5 Outside forward 6 Winger 7 False 9 8 Strike teams and combinations 9 See also 10 ReferencesCentre-forward[edit] The traditional role of a centre-forward is to score the majority of goals on behalf of the team
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Scottish Football League First Division
The Scottish Football League
Scottish Football League
First Division was the second tier in the Scottish football league system between 1975 and 2013.Contents1 History 2 Competition 3 Winners of the First Division 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] The First Division was introduced in 1975–76 to replace the old Scottish Football League
Scottish Football League
Division Two, as the top flight of the Scottish Football League
Scottish Football League
was renamed from Division One to Premier Division. In 1998, the Premier Division clubs broke away from the Scottish Football League to form the Scottish Premier League. The First Division remained the second tier of the Scottish league system, but was now the top tier of the Scottish Football League
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Scottish Football League Second Division
The Scottish Football League
Scottish Football League
Second Division was the third tier of the Scottish football league system between 1975 and 2013.Contents1 History 2 Competition 3 Winners of the Second Division 4 Notes 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] The Second Division was created in 1975, as part of a wider reconstruction of the Scottish Football League
Scottish Football League
(SFL). Prior to 1975, the SFL had been split into two divisions (Division One and Division Two). The effect of the reconstruction was to split these two divisions into three, with the top flight named the Premier Division, second tier the First Division, and a new third tier was created known as the Second Division. A fourth tier, known as the Third Division, was created in 1994. In 1998, the Premier Division clubs broke away from the SFL to form the Scottish Premier League
Scottish Premier League
(SPL)
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Elgin City F.C.
Elgin City Football Club (also known as City or The Black and Whites) are a part-time senior professional football club based in Elgin, Moray. They currently compete in the Scottish Professional Football League in Scottish League Two. The present Elgin City club was formed on 10 August 1893 by the amalgamation of Elgin clubs, Rovers (Formed 1887) and Vale of Lossie (Founded 1888). However the name Elgin City was used by two clubs prior to this. The first club was formed in October 1879, but lasted for only a short time. The second Elgin City club was formed in October 1884 and lasted till early 1887. The present club's first major honour came in the 1898–99 season when they became the first club outside Inverness
Inverness
to win the North of Scotland Cup beating Clachnacuddin 2–1
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Scottish Football League
The Scottish Football League
Scottish Football League
(SFL) was a league featuring professional and semi-professional football clubs mostly from Scotland.[note 1] From its foundation in 1890 until the breakaway Scottish Premier League (SPL) was formed in 1998, the SFL represented the top level of football in Scotland. After 1998, the SFL represented levels 2 to 4 of the Scottish football league system. In June 2013, the SFL merged with the SPL to form the Scottish Professional Football League. The SFL was associated with a title sponsor from the 1985–86 season. As this sponsor has changed over the years the league was known in turn as the Fine Fare
Fine Fare
League, B&Q League, Bell's Scottish Football League and finally as the Irn-Bru
Irn-Bru
Scottish Football League
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Scottish Junior Football Association
The Scottish Junior Football Association
Scottish Junior Football Association
(SJFA) is an affiliated national association of the Scottish Football Association and is the governing body for the junior grade of football in Scotland. The term "junior" refers to the level of football played, not the age of the players. The closest equivalent terminology would be non-League football in England, the difference being that non-league football in Scotland
Scotland
is not similarly integrated into its football league system. Founded in 1886, the SJFA is responsible for disciplinary matters within the grade, certain player registration procedures and organising the annual Scottish Junior Cup. Other league and cup competitions are organised by three regional committees. The association headquarters are at Hampden Park, Glasgow, which is Scotland's national football stadium
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Association Football
Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer,[a] is a team sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball. It is played by 250 million players in over 200 countries and dependencies, making it the world's most popular sport.[3][4][5][6] The game is played on a rectangular field with a goal at each end. The object of the game is to score by moving the ball beyond the goal line into the opposing goal. Players are not allowed to touch the ball with outstretched hands or arms while it is in play, unless they are goalkeepers within their penalty area. Other players mainly use their feet to strike or pass the ball, but may also use any other part of their body except the hands and the arms. The team that scores the most goals by the end of the match wins. If the score is level at the end of the game, either a draw is declared or the game goes into extra time or a penalty shootout depending on the format of the competition
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Dumbarton F.C.
Dumbarton
Dumbarton
Football Club is a semi-professional football club based in Dumbarton, Scotland.[3] Founded in 1872, just after Queen's Park (1867), Kilmarnock (1869) and Stranraer (1870), they play home games at the Dumbarton Football Stadium
Dumbarton Football Stadium
next to Dumbarton
Dumbarton
Castle. The club were one of the most successful of the nineteenth century, winning the Scottish Football League
Scottish Football League
in the first two seasons of the competition (the first jointly with Rangers). Since then, the club have spent the majority of their history outside the top flight, and last played at the top level in 1984–85
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Brechin City F.C.
Brechin
Brechin
City Football Club is a Scottish football club based in the town[note 1] of Brechin
Brechin
in Angus. The club was founded in 1906 by players and officials of two local clubs, Brechin
Brechin
Harp and Brechin Hearts. The club currently competes in the Scottish Championship
Scottish Championship
as a member of the Scottish Professional Football League, having been promoted from the Scottish League One
Scottish League One
in 2017. The club's highest achievements include winning the third tier of Scottish football four times, the last coming in 2004–05 as champions of the Second Division. The club has also reached the final of the Scottish Challenge Cup, losing 2–0 to Queen of the South in 2002. Brechin's home ground is Glebe Park with the capacity to seat around 1,500 spectators in its capacity of 4,083.[1] The ground opened in 1919
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Alloa Athletic F.C.
Alloa
Alloa
Athletic Football Club is a Scottish association football semi professional club based in the town of Alloa, Clackmannanshire. Founded as Clackmannan County in 1878, the club changed its name to Alloa
Alloa
a year later and to Alloa
Alloa
Athletic in 1883. The club competes in Scottish League One
Scottish League One
as a member of the Scottish Professional Football League.[1] The club was elected to the second tier of the Scottish Football League in 1921–22, earning promotion to the top flight in its first season after winning the Second Division
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Bathgate Thistle F.C.
Bathgate
Bathgate
Thistle Football Club are a Scottish junior football club, based in the town of Bathgate, West Lothian. They play in the Scottish Junior Football Association's East Region Premier League. Nicknamed Thistle, they were formed in 1937 and presently play their home games at Creamery Park, which has room for 2,437 spectators. Their home shirts are blue with a white trim and their away shirts are black with a white trim. In 2006, Thistle reached the final of the Scottish Junior Cup, losing 2–1 to Auchinleck Talbot at Rugby Park, Kilmarnock, in front of around 7,000 spectators
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