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Norman 'Norrie' Fairgray (born 1890, date of death unknown) was a Scottish professional footballer. Fairgray played for Maxwelltown Volunteers, Kilmarnock F.C., Lincoln City, Chelsea F.C., Motherwell F.C. and home town club Queen of the South. He was born in Dumfries.

Fairgray was signed for Chelsea in 1907 by the then Chelsea Manager David Calderhead who was an ex Queen of the South Wanderers player. Calderhead had been Fairgray's manager at Lincoln.[1] At Chelsea he scored 5 goals in 84 games.

Fairgray signed for Queen of the South in August 1919. He played in the Club's first-ever competitive game, a first round tie in the Scottish Qualifying Cup v Thornhill at Palmerston Park.[2]

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