Do you have any interesting, happy, or humorous memories of Alex?
If so, please let us know and we will be happy to share them with the world!
I went to school with your dad, and lost touch with him after he went to Spurs.
I only seen him live once ( apart from the many school games we played in together)at Parkhead when he was playing for Hearts and Iâ€™ll never forget the tackle he made a Roy Aitken ouch!
Iâ€™m travelling back to Scotland in April for my 60th and am trying to get a few old School mates together and would love to hear from Alex again.
Hope this finds him Regards and stay safe
30-11-20 Des Lochrie
Hi Kieran, I played with your Dad Alex back in the late 70s at Spurs. Your Dad was top man - in charge of the apprentice's I took over from him when he signed professional forms. Your Dad was a good solid full back very reliable. As kids they were great times they really were. We trained often with the first team stars of the day. Not sure how I came to this site and clicked on your Dads photo - but glad I did. Best of luck to you all and regards to your Dad. JC
22-10-20 John Cooper
Hi came across this. I'm Alex son Kieran. My dad is doing well long retired from playing now. He has two children myself 33 and daughter jade 31. He has 7 grandchildren and is very much the family man. He worked for Velux Windows after leaving Hamilton to play for Forfar Athletic. He is now semi retired and works part time as a care worker. He follows Celtic FC home and away and has had a season ticket since he retired playing football in 1996. He always goes on about his experience of his time at Spurs and how amazing it was and the people. Glenn Hoddle is the single best player he's seen. He also had the chance every day to train with Ozzy and Ricky Villa.
21-02-20 Kieran Hamill