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Sandy Clark

Personal information
Full nameAlexander Clark
Height1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing positionStriker

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Alexander "Sandy" Clark (born 28 October 1956 in Airdrie) is a former professional football player and currently a pundit for BBC Scotland. He was a centre forward.

He played for several clubs in his playing career including Rangers, Hearts, home town Airdrieonians and West Ham United. His longest and most successful spells were those at Tynecastle and Broomfield. He has also managed several clubs, including Partick Thistle, Hamilton Academical, Hearts (twice, once as caretaker), St. Johnstone and Berwick Rangers. In 1982, Clark won the Scottish PFA Players' Player of the Year award.

His work with BBC Scotland previously included TV Commentary, where he was the regular summariser to main commentator Rob MacLean and was famous for the quote "You're right Rob!" when in agreement with MacLean.

Clark was until recently striker coach at Aberdeen but left the club in May 2009 along with manager Jimmy Calderwood and assistant Jimmy Nicholl. In January 2010 he joined Kilmarnock F.C. as first team coach, working under the same management team.

Sandy Clark is the father of Nicky Clark of Dumfries club Queen of the South.

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