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Examples of "calum_elliot"
Calum Elliot (born 30 March 1987) is a Scottish former professional footballer, who played as a forward for Heart of Midlothian, Motherwell, Livingston, Dundee, Žalgiris Vilnius, Alloa and Raith Rovers. He also represented Scotland at youth international levels up to and including the under-21 team. He is currently the manager of Edinburgh United in the Scottish Junior Football Association, East Region.
Hearts then followed their success with a terrific 3–1 over Kilmarnock at Tynecastle. Hearts lost an early goal from Danny Invincible but a Calum Elliot brace and a Bruno Aguiar strike made Hearts comfortable winners, securing a top six finish, which they failed to achieve the previous season, the only time in the clubs history.
The following year, pre-arranged friendlies and fixture congestion meant that the clubs found it difficult to find a suitable date within the Festival period. The international fixture weekend in early September was agreed upon, but this meant that both sides were missing players who were representing national teams, effectively reducing the game to little more than a reserve team fixture. Amongst the sides who played, Craig Sives and Calum Elliot had both yet to feature in the Hearts first team, while Hibs included untried personnel in the form of John Kane and Jay Shields.
Born in Edinburgh, Matthews began his career with Edinburgh City and Royston Rangers boys club before being quickly swooped up by Heart of Midlothian. He began his professional career at Raith Rovers. He was first included in a matchday squad on 10 August 2013, remaining an unused substitute in a 0–1 home defeat to Hamilton Academical in the first game of the Scottish Championship season. On 28 December, he made his debut and only appearance of the season, replacing Calum Elliot for the final seven minutes of a 3–0 loss at Livingston.
Alongside team-mate Calum Elliot, Wallace was an integral part of the Scotland U-19 team that reached the final of the 2006 UEFA U-19 Championships before narrowly losing to Spain. He started every match at left back. Wallace made his full international debut for Scotland in October 2009 playing in a friendly against Japan in Yokohama. He continued to feature for Scotland under manager Craig Levein, and in the Euro 2012 Qualifying match against Liechtenstein, Wallace suffered a serious injury to his posterior cruciate knee ligament.
McCormack was arrested for an assault on Hearts striker Calum Elliot on 22 March 2009, near an Edinburgh nightclub. When the case came to Edinburgh Sheriff Court, McCormack pleaded guilty to an assault charge, and was fined £1000. The court was told that McCormack had punched Elliot in the face after Elliot had "made a deliberately antagonising remark to him about their respective football careers". McCormack, who sent an apology to Elliot via his agent, was also fined £1200 (two weeks' wages) by Hibs.
The 2012 season was started by signing Croatian Damir Petravič as the new team manager. The most successful player from the last season Deivydas Matulevičius was loaned to Cracovia Kraków. 10 new players joined Žalgiris including former Heart of Midlothian forward Calum Elliot and all-time most capped Lithuanian national team player Andrius Skerla, who returned to the club after fifteen years break. In May D. Matulevičius returned to Vilnius due to Cracovia being relegated from Polish Ekstraklasa and losing the right to sign contract with 23-year-old forward. After 9 trophyless years Žalgiris managed to beat Ekranas in a 3–1 penalty shootout and win the Lithuanian Cup. In the summer tansfer window Matulevičius was bought by a Romanian club and replaced by a Polish striker Kamil Bilinski. Club enjoyed a mixed success in their return to European football, managing a draw in the first leg against Admira Wacker, but losing 5–1 in Austria. Soon after the defeat Petravič decided to resign and was replaced by a Polish specialist Marek Zub. Žalgiris finished second in the A Lyga for the second year in a row.
In the 2010–11 season, Grainger soon suffered an injury after colliding with the post, on the opening game of the season, which he came off on the 21st minute after being stretched, in a 1–1 draw against Hearts. After the match, Hearts player Calum Elliot apologised to Grainger after clashing with him which led him collide with the post. He unexpectedly made his return in the next game when he went on as a substitute in the first half in a 1–0 loss against Aberdeen. He scored his second goal for St Johnstone (first for the season) in a 2–1 loss against Rangers on 28 August 2010. On 23 October 2010, Grainger scored his third goal for St Johnstone in a 2–1 win over Hamilton Academical which was a winning goal from a direct free kick. After the match, Hamilton player Flávio Paixão claimed that Grainger assaulted him by punching him in the dugout. Manager Derek McInnes defended Grainger, insisting that Paixão should be embarrassed and ashamed over his [Paixão's] claims. On 27 October 2010, Grainger provided a double assist for Murray Davidson and Sam Parkin in a 3–2 loss over Celtic. On 30 October 2010, Grainger received the first red card of his career in a 3–0 loss against Celtic, after a second bookable offence.