Tommy Low

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Thomas Pollock Low (born 3 October 1874) [1] was a Scottish footballer, who played for Parkhead, [2] [3] two spells at Rangers, [4] (where he won the Scottish Cup, Glasgow Cup and Glasgow Merchants Charity Cup in 1896–97), [5] [6] Dundee, Woolwich Arsenal, [7] Abercorn and Scotland (1 cap, 1897). [8] [1]

He was related to fellow Scottish international footballer James Low. [1]

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