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Date of Birth August 24, 1904
Date of Death 1994 (aged 89–90)
Place of Birth Wishaw, Scotland
Country Scotland
Profession Footballer
Horoscope Virgo

Bob McAuley Biography

Bob McAuley is a famous Scottish footballer and manager (1904–1994), who was born on August 24, 1904 in Wishaw, Scotland. According to Astrologers, Bob McAuley's zodiac sign is Virgo.

Robert McAuley (24 August 1904 – 1994) was an footballer who played as a fullback. He played professionally in Canada, England, Scotland, Ireland and the United States in addition to earning two caps with the Scottish national team in 1931.

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While born in Scotland, spending his infancy living in Wishaw, Lanarkshire, McAuley's family emigrated to Canada, and he grew up in Montreal, Quebec. At some point, he began playing for Lachine, then moved to Montreal Carsteel, showing on Montreal's roster on 3 August 1925 and again on 1 August 1927, both times as Montreal All-Stars lost the Carls-Rite Cup to Toronto All-Stars. He is also reported as having played for the Grenadier Guards.

Bob McAuley Net Worth

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In 1925, McAuley moved to the United States and signed with the Providence Clamdiggers of the American Soccer League. He played two and a half seasons in Providence before transferring to the Fall River Marksmen halfway through the 1927–28 season. He remained with the Marksmen until the spring of 1930. That year, Fall River defeated Cleveland Bruell Insurance in the 1930 National Challenge Cup. McAuley scored Fall River's second goal in the Marksmen's 2–1 second game victory.

Bob McAuley Height, Weight & Measurements

At 90 years old, Bob McAuley height is 5 ft 8 in (173 cm) .

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In July 1930, McAuley signed with Rangers in the Scottish Football League. He made his debut on September 13 of that year, but then returned to Canada and played for Bluebonnets when they won the Quebec Cup at the end of that month. He came back to Rangers and played in two more matches at the end of that 1930–31 season (in which they won the Scottish title) and played regularly in the next, 48 matches including wins in the Glasgow Cup final and in the 1932 Scottish Cup Final, beating Kilmarnock after a replay.

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In May 1932, he transferred to Chelsea in the English Football League. He spent over four years with the West London club before moving to Cardiff City in December 1936 for half a season. In 1937, he signed as a player-manager with Sligo Rovers of the League of Ireland. He then moved to Workington A.F.C. for the 1938–1939 season before finishing with Raith Rovers in 1939; he played three times for the Fife club at the start of the 1939–40 season but these were declared void after the outbreak of World War II.

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