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Willie Moir
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Full name William Moir
Date of birth 19 April 1922(1922-04-19)
Place of birth    Aberdeen, Scotland
Date of death    1988 (aged 66)
Playing position Forward
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1945-1955
1955-1957
Bolton Wanderers
Stockport County
325 (118)
70 (26)   
National team
1950 Scotland 1 (0)

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

William Moir, (born 19 April 1922, died 1988), better known as Willie Moir, was a Scottish footballer who played for the majority of his career at Bolton Wanderers. He played mostly as an inside-right.

Born in Aberdeen, he signed for Bolton during the war years and made his professional league debut when regular league football re started in 1946. Playing alongside Nat Lofthouse he was the Championship's top scorer in 1948-49 with 25 goals and continued good goal scoring form in the next few years, although always coming behind the more prolific Lofthouse.

Moir was captain when Bolton gave away a 3–1 lead to Blackpool in the Matthews Cup Final, scoring in the game. Two years later he left the club to join Stockport County where he spent a further two years as player manager before retiring from playing. He left Stockport County in 1960.

He died in 1988 at the age of 66.

References

  • Ivan Ponting and Barry Hugman (1994). The Concise Post War History of Bolton Wanderers. Repvern Publishing. ISBN 1-869833-27-9.  
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