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Neil Dougall

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Cornelius Dougall 7 November 1921 – 1 December 2009, commonly known as Neil Dougall, was a Scottish professional footballer who played as an inside right or wing half He played more than 350 games in the Football League and won one cap for Scotland

Dougall was born in Falkirk, Scotland He began his football career as a schoolboy inside-right at Burnley in 1936, turning professional in 1940 After the Second World War he moved to Birmingham City for a fee of £2,750 He helped the club to that season's Football League South war league championship and the Second Division championship two years later While a Birmingham player, he won one full cap for Scotland, against Wales in 1946, and represented his country in a Victory international against England and in the Bolton disaster fundraising match, playing opposite his clubmate Frank Mitchell

He transferred to Plymouth Argyle in March 1949 for a fee of £13,000, was converted to wing half, and spent the remainder of his playing career at the club, making nearly 300 appearances in all competitions, before he retired in March 1959 With Plymouth he won a Third Division South championship medal in 1952 and a Third Division championship medal in 1959 He was awarded a testimonial match against Burnley, the club where he started his career and where his father Billy had been both player and manager He qualified as a coach and became player-coach to Plymouth's reserve team, succeeded Jack Rowley as team manager for an eight-month spell, and performed various coaching roles at the club until 1969

After retiring from football he ran a fitness club in Plymouth from which he retired in 1986 He suffered from Alzheimer's disease and died in Plymouth on 1 December 2009 after a long illness

Honours

  • with Birmingham City
    • Football League South wartime league champions 1946
    • Football League Second Division champions 1948
  • with Plymouth Argyle
    • Football League Third Division South champions 1952
    • Football League Third Division champions 1959

References

General
  • Matthews, Tony 1995 Birmingham City: A Complete Record Derby: Breedon Books pp 83–84 ISBN 1-85983-010-2 
  • "Neil Dougall" UK A-Z Transfers Neil Brown Retrieved 16 October 2007 
Specific
  1. ^ "Neil Dougall – A Squad" Scottish Football Association Retrieved 14 December 2008 
  2. ^ Courtney, Barrie 21 March 2004 "England – War-Time/Victory Internationals – Details" RecSportSoccer Statistics Foundation Retrieved 16 October 2007 
  3. ^ "Neil Dougall" Greens on Screen Retrieved 17 August 2010
  4. ^ a b Curno, Mike 25 July 2006 "1959/60 Series – Part 12" TheLongsidecouk a Burnley FC fansite Retrieved 16 October 2007 
  5. ^ "Alex Govan" Former Blues Birmingham City FC Archived from the original on 18 September 2007 Retrieved 16 October 2007 
  6. ^ "Former team-mates pay tribute to legend Dougall" The Herald Plymouth 3 December 2009 Retrieved 3 December 2009 

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