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William Lambie

Personal information
Full nameWilliam Allan Lambie
Date of birth10 January 1873
Place of birthGlasgow, Scotland
Playing positionWing Forward

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William Allan Lambie (born 10 January 1873 in Glasgow) was a Scottish footballer of the 1880s and 1890s.

Lambie played for Queen's Park, where he won a Scottish Cup runners-up medal in 1892 and a winners medal in 1893 - the club's last ever Scottish Cup triumph. Aside from a brief spell at Ardwick (Manchester City) in 1892, he remained at Queen's Park until around 1900.

He was capped 9 times by the Scotland national team, making his debut against Ireland in 1892 at the age of 19. He scored 5 goals for Scotland, including a goal in each of his first four appearances.

His older brother, John, was also a Scottish international player and holds the records for being the youngest Scotland player and captain of all time.

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