Jim Duffy is a former Scottish footballer and manager. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jim Duffy (football)"
James Hamilton (born February 9, 1976) is an experienced Scottish football striker, having played for eight senior clubs in his career. He currently plays for Motherwell. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jim Hamilton"
Jim Herriot was a Scottish goalkeeper who played for Hibernian in Scotland and Birmingham City in England. He is probably best-known today for giving his name to the writer James Herriot, a Yorkshire vet whose real name was Alf Wight. Wight needed a pen-name to comply with professional rules banning advertising and chose Jim Herriot's name after seeing him play exceptionally well for Birmingham City in a televised match against Manchester United. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jim Herriot"
Jim Holton (born April 11, 1951 in Lesmahagow - died on October 5, 1993) was a Scottish football player. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jim Holton"
Jim Jefferies (born in Musselburgh, East Lothian) is the Scottish football manager of Kilmarnock F.C.. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jim Jefferies"
Jim Leighton (born 24 July, 1958) is a former football goalkeeper. Among the clubs he played for are Aberdeen (two spells), Manchester United and Hibernian. He also won 91 international caps for Scotland, a number surpassed only by Kenny Dalglish. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jim Leighton"
Jim Leishman is a former professional footballer and is currently Manager of Scottish Premier League team Dunfermline Athletic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jim Leishman"
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James Edward McInally (born February 19, 1964 in Glasgow) is a former Scottish footballer and now manager. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jim McInally"
Jimmy Calderwood is a former football player and is currently a football manager. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy Calderwood"
Jimmy Delaney ( September 3 1914 – September 26 1989) was a Scottish football player. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy Delaney"
Jimmy Frizzell was a Scottish football player and manager. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy Frizzell"
Jimmy Johnstone (born 30 September 1944) is a Scottish football legend. Johnstone, known as "Jinky", was voted the greatest player who ever played for Celtic by Celtic fans. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy Johnstone"
James Tullis "Jimmy" Logie ( November 23, 1919 – April 1984) was a Scottish footballer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy Logie"
James Edward "Jimmy" McGrory ( April 26, 1904 - October 20, 1982) was a Scottish football player for Celtic F.C., and widely regarded as one of the greatest Celtic players of all-time. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy McGrory"
Jimmy McMenemy ( 1880 - 1965) was a Celtic football player from 1902 to 1920. He made 515 appearances and scored 168 goals. He was part of the famous Celtic team that won six league titles in a row between 1904 and 1910, and was part of the team that defeated Rangers 3-2 in the 1904 Scottish Cup Final after being down 2-0. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy McMenemy"
Jimmy McMullan, ( March 26 1895- November 28 1964) was a Scottish football player and manager. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy McMullan"
Jimmy Quinn (born Croy, East Dunbartonshire (now North Lanarkshire), Scotland, 8 July 1878, died November 1945) is for many the archetypal Celtic F.C. centre forward, revered a century since his heyday by those who know him only as a name – “There’ll never be another Jimmy Quinn” is a statement still heard today. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy Quinn"
Jimmy Ryan (born April 12, 1945 in Stirling) was a Scottish football player. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy Ryan (footballer)"
Jimmy Sirrel (born February 22nd 1922) is a former football player and subsequent manager most noted for his success as manager at Notts County. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy Sirrel"
Jimmy Turnbull, (born May 23, 1884 in Bannockburn), was a Scottish football player. Jimmy started his career with Dundee F.C., Falkirk F.C., Rangers, Preston North End, before coming to Manchester United in 1907. He would United win the 1908 league title and the 1909 FA Cup. He would score 42 goals for the club. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy Turnbull"
Jock 'Tiger' Shaw was a Scottish professional footballer most famous for his time at Scottish club Rangers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jock Shaw"
John 'Jock' Stein CBE ( October 5 1922 - September 10 1985) was one of the most notable managers in British football history. He is mainly remembered for his time as manager of Celtic, although he also had a serious record as manager of the Scottish national football team, and as the manager of some other teams and as a player. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jock Stein"
Jock Wallace ( 1935 - 1996) was a professional football (soccer) player and manager. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jock Wallace"
Joe Jordan (born December 15, 1951 in Carluke, Scotland) was a brave centre-forward in the traditional mould who shot to fame in the last great Leeds United team of the 1970s and became the only Scot to score in three World Cups. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joe Jordan (footballer)"
James 'Joe' Kennaway (born January 25, 1905 in Point St. Charles, Montreal - died March 7, 1969 in Johnston, Rhode Island) was a star soccer goalkeeper in the 1930s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joe Kennaway" Visit again http://www.shortopedia.com
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