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Bill McKay

Bill McKay

Clubs played for: Shotts Battlefield, East Stirlingshire, Hamilton Academicals, Bolton Wanderers, Manchester United, Stalybridge Celtic (1929-1946)

Born: 1906

Birthplace: West Benhar, North Lanarkshire, Scotland

Position: Wing-half /Inside-forward

Biography: Played his first game for Bolton against United and when he became one of four deadline day signings in March 1934, he found himself pitched straight into a relegation battle from Division Two. He played a full part in winning the Second Division title two years later, his career was interrupted by the Second World War. He worked in Trafford Park after the War and was a regular at Old Trafford.

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