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John Inglis (footballer)

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John Inglis (born 16 October 1966 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish former professional footballer.

A centre-back, Inglis began his career with East Fife in 1983. He remained with the club for three years, making 56 league appearances and scoring one goal. In 1986 he joined Brechin City, for whom he made 53 appearances and scored four goals in a two-year period. His next move came in 1988, when he joined Meadowbank Thistle. He made a half-century of appearances for Thistle, scoring two goals, before joining St. Johnstone in 1990.

In four years at the new McDiarmid Park, Inglis made 140 appearances for Saints, getting himself on the scoresheet on two occasions. In 1994 he moved north-east to Aberdeen, where he made just over 100 appearances in five years.

Inglis moved abroad for a year in 1999, joining Levski Sofia, winning the league and cup double in his only season with the club. He returned to Aberdeen briefly en route to Carlisle United. His stay with the Cumbrians was again only a year, during the latter stages of which he returned to Scotland to join Raith Rovers on loan.

In 2002, Inglis returned to Bulgaria, playing a handful of matches for Botev Plovdiv, before retiring in 2002. Following his retirement, Inglis remained in Bulgaria and became an agent.

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