Thomas Waddell (born 9 September 1870 in Glasgow) was a Scottish footballer, who played for Queen's Park and Scotland.
Rangers Football Club is a Scottish professional football club based in the Govan district of Glasgow which plays in the Scottish Premiership. Although not its official name, it is often referred to as Glasgow Rangers. The fourth-oldest football club in Scotland, Rangers was founded by four teenage boys as they walked through West End Park in March 1872 where they discussed the idea of forming a football club, and played its first match against the now defunct Callander at the Fleshers' Haugh area of Glasgow Green in May of the same year. Rangers' home ground, Ibrox Stadium, which was designed by stadia architect Archibald Leitch and opened in 1929, is a Category B listed building and the third-largest football stadium in Scotland. The club has played in royal blue shirts for the entirety of its history.
Kilmarnock Football Club, commonly known as Killie, is a Scottish professional football team based in the town of Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire. The team is currently managed by Tommy Wright, who was appointed in February 2021. The club has won several honours since its formation in 1869, most recently the 2011–12 Scottish League Cup after a 1–0 win over Celtic at Hampden Park.
Robert Norman Waddell is a New Zealand Olympic Gold Medalist and double World Champion Single sculler rower, and America's Cup yachtsman. He is a triple New Zealand Supreme 'Halberg Awards' Sportsperson of the year winner, 1998 to 2000. He holds the third fastest 2000 metre indoor rowing machine time in the world, clocking a time of 5 mins 36.6 secs (5:36.6), which was the previous world record for 19 years before the time was improved by Joshua Dunkley-Smith. He also held the record for 5000m on the rowing machine with a time of 14min 58sec. This made him the first person to go below 15 min for this distance. He holds a black belt in judo. He played rugby union for Waikato. Waddell was Chef de Mission of the 2014 and 2018 New Zealand Commonwealth Games teams.
George Edward Waddell was an American southpaw pitcher in Major League Baseball (MLB). Over a career spanning 13 years, he played for the Louisville Colonels, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Chicago Orphans in the National League, as well as the Philadelphia Athletics and St. Louis Browns in the American League. Born in Bradford, Pennsylvania, Waddell was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1946.
William Waddell was a professional football player and manager. His only club in a 16-year career as a player in the outside right position was Rangers which yielded six major winner's medals, and he also played 18 times for Scotland.
John Martin Bokas Wallace was a professional Scottish football player and manager. His father, Jock Wallace Sr., was a goalkeeper for Raith Rovers, Blackpool and Derby County.
Gordon Smith was a Scottish footballer. He is the only player to have won a Scottish league championship with three clubs: Hibernian, Heart of Midlothian, and Dundee. Smith also represented Scotland and the Scottish League XI.
Thomas Walker OBE was a Scottish footballer, who played for Heart of Midlothian, Chelsea and the Scotland national team. He later managed Hearts and Raith Rovers before becoming a director of Hearts in his later years. Lauded for his Corinthian spirit and gentlemanly conduct, he is remembered as one of Hearts all-time greats. Walker has been described as the most influential man ever to be associated with Heart of Midlothian.
Peter McCloy is a Scottish retired football goalkeeper who played for Motherwell and Rangers. He was a member of the team which won the European Cup Winners Cup in 1972, and was Rangers' first-choice goalkeeper for most of his 16-year spell at the club despite competition from players such as Gerhardt Neef, Stewart Kennedy and Jim Stewart.
Andrew Wilson Waddell became a qualified referee in 1965 and joined the Senior List of SFA referees in 1973. From 1989 to 1997 he represented Scotland on the FIFA list of international referees, including qualifying matches for the 1994 World Cup. He also served as an assistant referee at UEFA Euro 1988 and the 1989 FIFA U-16 World Championship. He retired from refereeing in 1999 and subsequently became secretary of Preston Athletic F.C., and campaigned for the club to be admitted to the Scottish Football League in 2008.
Richard Alexander Waddell is a Scottish football player and coach who is currently head coach of Scottish Lowland Football League team Caledonian Braves. His playing career as a defender or midfielder saw him play for Scottish clubs including Falkirk, Partick Thistle, Hamilton Academical, Airdrie United and Clyde, as well as spells in Singapore and the United States. As well as his position at Edusport, he is also a coach at the Rangers Academy.
The 1941–42 season was the 69th season of competitive football in Scotland and third season of special wartime football during World War II.
The 1945–46 season was the 73rd season of competitive football in Scotland and the seventh and final season of special wartime football during World War II.
The 1946–47 season was the 67th season of competitive football by Rangers.
Hugh Waddell was a Scottish professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1980s and 1990s at representative level for Great Britain, England and Scotland, and at club level for Blackpool Borough, Oldham, Leeds, Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles (1989), Sheffield Eagles, Wakefield Trinity (1993–94), Egremont Rangers, South Wales (1996), Rochdale Hornets, Swinton Lions, Carlisle, Barrow, and Border Eagles, as a prop, or second-row.
Herbert Waddell was a Scottish rugby union fly-half who played club rugby for Glasgow Academicals and international rugby for Scotland and the British Isles. Waddell was heavily involved with the invitational tourist team, the Barbarians, not only playing for the club, but also became the fifth president of the club in 1973
Kyle Smith is a Scottish curler from Guildtown, Perthshire. He is a former World Junior Champion skip.
Kerr Waddell is a Scottish professional footballer who plays as a defender for Montrose. He previously played for Dundee and on loan for Clyde and Greenock Morton.
Kyle Waddell is a Scottish curler. He plays on third position in the team of Ross Paterson.
The Border Amateur Football League is a football league for amateur clubs in the Scottish Borders.
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