Thomas Raeside

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Thomas Raeside
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Full nameThomas Raeside
Place of birth Old Kilpatrick
Playing position Half Back
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1916–1921 Dumbarton [1] 107 (4)
1920–1921 Bo'ness (loan)
1921–1928 King's Park
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Thomas Raeside was a Scottish football player, who played for Dumbarton and King's Park during the 1910s and 1920s. He also had a short loan spell with Bo'ness. [2]

Scottish people ethnic inhabitants of Scotland

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Association football Team field sport

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Dumbarton F.C. Scottish football club

Dumbarton Football Club is a semi-professional football club in Dumbarton, Scotland. Founded in 1872, just after Queen's Park (1867), Kilmarnock (1869) and Stranraer (1870), they play home games at the Dumbarton Football Stadium next to Dumbarton Castle.

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Season 1915–16 was the 39th Scottish football season in which Dumbarton competed at national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 17th time.

Season 1916–17 was the 40th Scottish football season in which Dumbarton competed at national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 18th time.

Season 1923–24 was the 47th Scottish football season in which Dumbarton competed at national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 25th time and the Scottish Cup for the 36th time.

Season 1924–25 was the 48th Scottish football season in which Dumbarton competed at national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 26th time and the Scottish Cup for the 37th time.

Season 1927–28 was the 51st Scottish football season in which Dumbarton competed at national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 29th time and the Scottish Cup for the 40th time.

Season 1928–29 was the 52nd Scottish football season in which Dumbarton competed at national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 30th time and the Scottish Cup for the 41st time.

Season 1936–37 was the 60th Scottish football season in which Dumbarton competed at national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 38th time and the Scottish Cup for the 49th time.

Season 1938–39 was the 62nd Scottish football season in which Dumbarton competed at national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 40th time and the Scottish Cup for the 51st time.

Season 1952–53 was the 69th Scottish football season in which Dumbarton competed at national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 47th time, the Scottish Cup for the 58th time and the Scottish League Cup for the 7th time.

Season 1953–54 was the 70th Scottish football season in which Dumbarton competed at national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 48th time, the Scottish Cup for the 59th time and the Scottish League Cup for the 8th time.

Season 1956–57 was the 73rd football season in which Dumbarton competed at a Scottish national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 51st time, the Scottish Cup for the 62nd time and the Scottish League Cup for the 10th time.

Season 1958–59 was the 75th football season in which Dumbarton competed at a Scottish national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 53rd time, the Scottish Cup for the 64th time and the Scottish League Cup for the 12th time.

Season 1959–60 was the 76th football season in which Dumbarton competed at a Scottish national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 54th time, the Scottish Cup for the 65th time and the Scottish League Cup for the 13th time.

Season 1982–83 was the 99th football season in which Dumbarton competed at a Scottish national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 77th time, the Scottish Cup for the 88th time and the Scottish League Cup for the 36th time.

Season 1987–88 was the 104th football season in which Dumbarton competed at a Scottish national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 82nd time, the Scottish Cup for the 93rd time and the Scottish League Cup for the 41st time.

Season 1989–90 was the 106th football season in which Dumbarton competed at a Scottish national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 84th time, the Scottish Cup for the 95th time and the Scottish League Cup for the 43rd time.

Season 1992–93 was the 109th football season in which Dumbarton competed at a Scottish national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 87th time, the Scottish Cup for the 98th time, the Scottish League Cup for the 46th time and the Scottish Challenge Cup for the third time.

Season 1996–97 was the 113th football season in which Dumbarton competed at a Scottish national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 91st time, the Scottish Cup for the 102nd time, the Scottish League Cup for the 50th time and the Scottish Challenge Cup for the seventh time.

Season 2000–01 was the 117th football season in which Dumbarton competed at a Scottish national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 95th time, the Scottish Cup for the 106th time, the Scottish League Cup for the 54th time and the Scottish Challenge Cup for the 10th time.

References

  1. McAllister, Jim (2002). The Sons of the Rock - The Official History of Dumbarton Football Club. Dumbarton: J&J Robertson Printers.
  2. Emms, Steve; Wells, Richard (2007). Scottish League Players' Records Division One 1890/91 to 1938/39. Beeston, Nottingham: Tony Brown. ISBN   978-1-899468-66-9.