Clubs played for: Airdrie,Leeds United,Aberdeen,Rotherham United,Portsmouth,Aldershot & St Mirren
Birthplace: Kirkintilloch, Scotland
Biography: Scotsman who was first introduced to the league by Don Revie who had paid Airdrie £20,000 to bring him to Leeds United. It was another five seasons before he found himself at Fratton Park, having previously moved from Elland Road to Rotherham after 125 appearances. The £5,000 that George Smith had paid was instantly rewarded when Storrie took only a week to get his name on the scoresheet. He scored ten goals in his first season but when Ron Tindall took over in 1970, his first team chances diminished. Two years later he left the club to play for St Mirren in Scotland but was soon back south as a Waterlooville player and then manager. Has since managed St Johnstone, coached in Kuwait and worked in the Tryst Sports Centre in Lanarkshire. His last post before retiring to Kilsyth was working as a steward and porter at Stirling University.
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