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James Grady

Personal information
Full nameJames Grady
Date of birth14 March 1971(age 45)
Place of birthPaisley, Scotland
Height1.71 m (5 ft 7 in)
Playing positionStriker
Club information
Current clubSt. Mirren (coach)

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James Grady (born 14 March 1971 in Paisley) is a former Scottish footballer who spent the majority of his career in the top two divisions in Scottish football. He played as a striker, and became player/manager for Greenock Morton in the First Division between 2009 and 2010. He is currently coaching the strikers at Morton's rivals St. Mirren in the Scottish Premier League.

Grady started in the junior ranks with Barrhead side Arthurlie, before turning senior with Clydebank. After three seasons at Kilbowie, Grady got a move to Dundee, where stayed for another three seasons. Another spell of three seasons was spent at Ayr United, before a season at Partick Thistle.

He then played at Tannadice Park with Dundee United, for three seasons before spending a year winning the First Division title with the ill-fated Gretna. A short spell at Hamilton Academical ended with a loan spell at Morton, which was turned permanent, before he was made the player-manager after Davie Irons was removed from his post.


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