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CURLEY, Thomas (1969)


Overview
Came to Accies from Crewe on the recommendation of John Crines who had seen him at Parkhead, where he had been based after a time with Portsmouth in 1963. Two years later he was with Brentford, before going to Crewe. A midfield performer who was tried during the 1969-70 term. When Tommy Ewing took over the reins he was released.
 
In 1999 he was a Councillor with Monklands District. Ten years later he was the North Lanarkshire Council leader.
 
Born in Glasgow on 11th June 1945.
 
Debut on 18th October 1969 in a Scottish League match at Stenhousemuir which was lost 3-1.

Scottish League 3 Appearances 1 Sub
League Cup 1 Appearance

Accies Career
  Lea

SC   LC
  Oth   Total  
Years Apps Gls
Apps Gls
Apps Gls Apps Gls Apps
Gls
1969
3+1



1



4+1
 

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Full Name
Thomas Curley
1969

Nickname
Tom

Position
Midfield

Born
11 June 1945

Died


Signed by
John Crines

Debut
18 October 1969

Last Game


Honours



Clubs Played For

Portsmouth
Celtic
Brentford
Crewe Alexandra
Hamilton Academical
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