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Alex Venters (9 June 1913 – 30 April 1959) was a Scottish footballer who played for Cowdenbeath, Rangers and Scotland.

Venters, a striker, joined Rangers in 1933 and spent a total of 13 years with the club, winning 3 League titles, 2 Scottish Cup's and scoring 102 goals in 201 appearances. Venters was also a prolific scorer during World War II, however these games were unofficial.

After the war, Venters played for Third Lanark, Blackburn Rovers and ended his career with Raith Rovers.

He won three caps for Scotland, the first of which was in 1933 while with Cowdenbeath.[1] He won a further two official caps while at Rangers, in 1936 and 1939.[1] He also played in four wartime internationals.[1]


  1. ^ a b c Alexander Venters, London Hearts.


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