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Bill Duncan

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Full nameWilliam Duncan
Date of birthMarch 14, 1880
Place of birthKilsyth, Scotland
Playing positionGoalkeeper

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William "Bill" Duncan (born March 14, 1880 in Kilsyth, Scotland) was a Scottish football (soccer) goalkeeper who played professionally in Scotland and the United States.

Duncan began his career with St. Mirren F.C. At some point, he moved to Celtic F.C. where he won the 1909-1910 league championship. He also played for Airdrieonians F.C. He then moved to the United States where in 1915, he signed with Bethlehem Steel F.C. of the National Association Football League. Duncan and his team mates won the 1915 National Challenge Cup. He would go on to win the Cup another three times with Bethlehem, in 1916, 1918 and 1919. In 1919, Duncan was part of the Bethlehem Steel tour of South America. In 1922, he joined Fall River United in the American Soccer League. He played only three games with the team before retiring, but not before playing against the Dick, Kerr Lady Soccer Team.

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