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Stan Anderson (Scottish footballer)
Scottish footballer and manager

Stan Anderson (Scottish footballer)

Stan Anderson (Scottish footballer)
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Intro Scottish footballer and manager
Was Sports official Athlete Football player Association football player Association football manager
From United Kingdom
Field Sports
Gender male
Birth 22 June 1939, Craigneuk
Death 3 December 1997 (aged 58 years)
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Stan Anderson (22 June 1939 – 3 December 1997) was a Scottish football player and manager.
Anderson was born in Craigneuk, Scotland. He started his career in 1957 at Hamilton Academical. He moved to Rangers two years later but was unable to break into the senior team, making only one appearance for the club during a 4-1 win over Clyde on 27 April 1960. A return to Accies followed in 1961 then a season with Queen of the South before a final spell with Hamilton. In 1966 Anderson moved to Clyde and went on to make over one hundred appearances for the team.
After retiring in 1970, Anderson joined the Dumbarton coaching staff. He returned to Rangers as reserve-team coach under William Waddell and later Jock Wallace. In 1973 he was appointed manager of Clyde, spending three seasons in charge.

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