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Steve Maskrey

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Full nameStephen William Maskrey
Playing positionStriker (retired)

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Stephen William Maskrey (born August 16, 1962 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish former professional footballer.

A striker, Maskrey began his career with East Stirlingshire in 1984. He remained at Firs Park for two years, making 58 league appearances and scoring 24 goals. In 1986 he joined Queen of the South, for whom he made 43 appearances and scored four goals.

Then-St. Johnstone manager Alex Totten came in for Maskrey's services in 1987, and Maskrey repaid him with 39 goals in 174 appearances for the Perth club. After seven years at Muirton Park, firstly, and then McDiarmid Park, Maskrey followed Totten to Kilmarnock in 1994. His goals return at Rugby Park was not as prolific, with just five goals in 52 league appearances.

In 1996 he joined Partick Thistle, where he made just two league appearances in twelve months (though he did score two goals). He left Partick in August 1997 and signed with Livingston, but his stay at the new Almondvale Stadium was again just a year, and he retired from playing in 1998.

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