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Date of Birth April 30, 1901
Date of Death 1956 (aged 54–55)
Place of Birth Maxwelltown, Scotland
Country Scotland
Profession Footballer
Horoscope Taurus

Ian Dickson (footballer) Biography

Ian Dickson (footballer) is a famous Scottish footballer, who was born on April 30, 1901 in Maxwelltown, Scotland. According to Astrologers, Ian Dickson (footballer)'s zodiac sign is Taurus.

Ian William Dickson (30 April 1901 – 1956) was a Scottish professional footballer whose played as a forward. He played for Queen of the South, Aston Villa and Middlesbrough. He was the grandfather of another Ian Dickson, the Australian television and radio personality.

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Dickson also had spells at Maxwelltown United and Cheshaw Juniors. Dickson and Dave Halliday both played in the trial games that were arranged when the newly formed Queen of the South was looking for players in summer 1919.

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After the four trial matches, Queen of the South's first ever game took place on 16 August 1919. Invitations were sent to local councillors and magistrates and the presence of Dumfries Town Band added to the sense of occasion. The opposition was Sanquhar side Nithsdale Wanderers and the challenge game ended 2–2. Among those who played in this first game was Dickson. Halliday joined Queens in January 1920.

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With this being Queen's first season after formation their fixtures were challenge games and local cup competitions. This included the Dumfries Charity Cup played over three weekends in May. On 8 May, Queens thrashed Dumfries F.C. 7–1. A week later Queens beat Solway Star 4–0 in the semi-final before facing Dalbeattie Star in the final.

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A then record crowd of 4500 (many watching from the grandstand roof and other high points) watched the game. An early Halliday shot went wide following good lead up work involving Dickson. However it was Dalbeattie's physical style of play which took the lead. Queens equalised through Willie McCall (later of Blackburn Rovers) before Halliday's efforts were successful. One Halliday shot hit the post, another missed by inches, before he put Queens ahead five minutes before half time. Connell scored Queens' third goal one minute into the second half before Halliday beat Borthwick to cross for McCall to bring up a 4–1 final score.

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