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Paul Jonquin (16 October 1943 – 29 August 1995) was a Scottish footballer who played 708 first-team matches for Airdrieonians,523 of which were in the Scottish Football League.
He was born on 16 October 1943 - his father was Belgian - and joined Airdrie from Edinburgh Athletic in October 1961. A part-timer who worked as a photographer, he played mainly at right back but occasionally at left back. He was a capable defender and good overlapping fullback with considerable speed and was a regular penalty taker. He played 196 consecutive matches between April 1967 and September 1971. He played in the 1975 Scottish Cup Final, which Airdrie lost 3–1 to Celtic.
He played his last game in April 1979 at Broomfield Park, Airdrie. He was never booked in his senior career.
He died in August 1995 of a brain tumour.
Andrew Lewis Goram is a Scottish former footballer, who played as a goalkeeper. Born in Bury, Lancashire, England, he started his career with Oldham Athletic and Hibernian, but he is best remembered for playing for Rangers during the 1990s, when he earned the nickname "The Goalie". In a 2001 poll of Rangers fans, Goram was voted Rangers' greatest ever goalkeeper. Goram appeared in 43 international matches for Scotland and was selected for their squads at the 1986 and 1990 World Cups, UEFA Euro 1992 and UEFA Euro 1996.
Airdrieonians Football Club, more commonly known as Airdrie, were a Scottish professional football team from the town of Airdrie, in the Monklands area of Lanarkshire.
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David Cooper was a Scottish professional football player who played as a winger for Clydebank (twice), Rangers and Motherwell. He also played for the Scotland national team. Cooper is often remembered as one of the most gifted footballers of his generation.
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Alexander "Sandy" Stewart is a Scottish football player and coach. Stewart played as a full-back for Hearts, Kilmarnock, Airdrieonians, Partick Thistle and Airdrie United. He became the latter club's first manager, and has been an assistant manager at several clubs in Scotland, England and the United States, working with Owen Coyle. In December 2019 Stewart rejoined Owen Coyle at Chennaiyin FC in the Indian Super League to work as Coyle's assistant.
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Gary Mackay is a Scottish former footballer, who made over 500 league appearances for Heart of Midlothian and also played for Airdrieonians and the Scotland national team. After retiring as a player, he managed Airdrie for a year. Mackay is now an SFA–registered agent.
Steven May is a Scottish professional footballer, who plays for Scottish Premiership club St Johnstone as a striker. May has previously played in the Scottish leagues for St Johnstone, Alloa Athletic, Hamilton Academical and Aberdeen and in the English leagues for Sheffield Wednesday and Preston North End. He has been capped once internationally by Scotland.
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The 2012–13 season was Airdrie United's first season back in the Scottish First Division. Airdrie also competed in the Challenge Cup, League Cup and the Scottish Cup. Airdrie were due to compete in their third consecutive season in the Scottish Second Division, having been relegated from the Scottish First Division at the end of the 2009–10 season. On 16 July 2012, it was confirmed that Airdrie would be promoted to the Scottish First Division to fill the vacancy left by Dundee's promotion to the Scottish Premier League. This was to fill the slot vacated by Rangers, who were voted into the Scottish Third Division following their liquidation.
Ryan Wallace is a Scottish professional footballer who plays as a forward for East Fife. He started his career at Heart of Midlothian, before moving on to play for Airdrie United, East Fife, Dunfermline Athletic, Albion Rovers, Stranraer and Arbroath, as well as Raith Rovers where he had a short loan spell.
Grant Adam is a Scottish professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper. He has previously played for Rangers, St Mirren, Cowdenbeath, Airdrieonians, Greenock Morton, Dundee, Cowdenbeath, Forfar Athletic and Dumbarton. Adam also had two loan spells with Airdrieonians, when the club was known as Airdrie United.
Airdrieonians Football Club are a Scottish professional football team in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, who are members of the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) and play in Scottish League One. They were formed in 2002 as Airdrie United Football Club following the liquidation of the original Airdrieonians club, formed in 1878. The club's official name was changed in 2013 with the approval of the Scottish Football Association to the traditional name of Airdrieonians. As with the previous club, this is often colloquially shortened to simply "Airdrie".
Matthew McLintock Scott was a Scottish footballer who captained Scotland against Wales in the 1897–98 British Home Championship. He played most of his career at Airdrieonians, but also played for one season at Newcastle United and Albion Rovers. As a footballer, he was considered a "powerfully built full back."
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