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Frank Connor

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Place of birthBlantyre, South Lanarkshire, Scotland
Playing positionGoalkeeper (retired)

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Frank Connor (born 13 February 1936 in Blantyre) is a Scottish former association football player and manager.

As a player, he played for Celtic, Portadown, St. Mirren, Derry City, Albion Rovers and Cowdenbeath.

After coaching at Celtic and Albion Rovers, Connor moved to Cowdenbeath in 1974 as player-manager, was assistant manager at Morton. He managed Berwick Rangers between 1980 and 1982 and Raith Rovers from 1986 to 1990. In October 1993 following the departure of Liam Brady he took over as caretaker manager of Celtic for four games. He was in charge for two Scottish Premier Division matches (one win, one draw) a Europa Cup tie first leg (won 1-0 v. Sporting Lisbon), and he picked the team to face Rangers (a 2-1 Premier Division Celtic win) three days after Lou Macari's arrival. Frank Connor can claim to have an unbeaten record in charge of Celtic.

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