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McNeish: Samuel (Sam)

1951-1951 (Player Details)


Born: Bo’ness, West Lothian: 04-08-1930

Debut: v Manchester City (a): 04-03-1951

5’10” 10st 9lb (1951)

McNeish was signed from Linlithgow Rose in February 1951. During his National service he played for the Royal Scots against the Royal Lancers in Berlin’s Olympic Stadium. Leeds was his only League club. He played at Inside-Left in his only appearance for Leeds in a 1-4 defeat at Maine Road before leaving at the end of the 1950-51 season. He died in his hometown of Bo’ness, West Lothian in 1998.

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