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Jim Clunie
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Full name James Clunie
Date of birth September 4, 1933(1933-09-04)
Place of birth    Kirkcaldy, Scotland
Date of death    May 12, 2003 (aged 69)
Playing position Centre half
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1951–1953
1953–1960
1960–1965
1965
1965–1966
1966–1967
Raith Rovers
Aberdeen
St. Mirren
Bury
St. Mirren
Forfar Athletic
Ballymena United
Totals
009 0(0)
104 0(9)
165 (12)
010 0(0)
014 0(1)
001 0(0)

303 (22)   
Teams managed
1978–1981
1981–1985
St. Mirren
Kilmarnock

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Jim Clunie (4 September 1933 — 12 May 2003) was a Scottish association football player and manager. Clunie played for Aberdeen in the 1959 Scottish Cup Final, which they lost 3–1 to St. Mirren in front of a crowd of 108,000 at Hampden Park. A year later he transferred to St. Mirren, for who he played in the 1962 Scottish Cup Final.

Clunie went on to manage Saints from 1978 to 1981, replacing Alex Ferguson. He took St Mirren into Europe for the first time ever after they finished third in the league in 1981. Clunie also managed Kilmarnock from 1981 to 1985.

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