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Examples of "scott_mcgleish"
Scott McGleish (born 10 February 1974) is an English footballer who plays for Wealdstone.
During the 2006–07 season Kirk was transfer listed alongside fellow strikers James Quinn and Scott McGleish. However, Kirk was taken off the transfer list at the beginning of the 2007–08 season and rewarded manager Stuart Gray with 3 goals in the first 3 games.
Colchester's proud mantle as Cup fighters took another dent when humiliated 2-1 at non-League Gravesend & Northfleet preceding eight winless games. However, the loan signing of Scott McGleish rejuvenated United's season and a Joe Dunne injury time winner at Mansfield left U's needing to beat Doncaster in their last fixture to reach the play-offs. Paul Gibbs' cross-cum-shot sealed a narrow win to send the 5,083 crowd into delirium.
Ex-player Steve Wignall was appointed as new manager in January 1995. United gained just two points from the last four games of the season and finished 12 points adrift. Wignall resigned Tony Adcock and the loan signing of Scott McGleish rejuvenated United's season and the U's just needed to beat Doncaster in their last fixture to reach the play-offs. Paul Gibbs cross-cum-shot sealed a narrow win to send Colchester to the play-offs.
He signed for Northampton Town in August 2006, scoring his first and what turned out to be only goal for the club against Brighton on 21 October 2006. On 21 December 2006, a poor start to the season saw him placed on the transfer list alongside Andy Kirk and Scott McGleish. In March 2007 Quinn joined Scunthorpe United on loan for the remainder of the season. He was an unused substitute for "the Iron" on several occasions, but did not experience any first-team action.
On 7 December 2010, Téhoué scored a late equaliser in the FA Cup Second Round against Droylsden and went on to complete a hat-trick in extra-time. His team-mate Scott McGleish also achieved a hat-trick in extra-time, ultimately guiding Orient to an 8–2 victory and a place in the third round. On 20 February 2011, Téhoué came off the bench to score the late equaliser in Orient's fifth round 1–1 draw against Arsenal to earn Leyton Orient a replay at the Emirates Stadium.
On 7 January 2011, Kane moved to Leyton Orient on loan until the end of the 2010–11 season. Manager Russell Slade was "happy" at his arrival and said "I'm sure he will have an impact with us over the coming months". He made his senior debut for Orient on 15 January, coming on as a substitute for Scott McGleish in the 73rd minute of a 1–1 draw at Rochdale. A week later, Kane scored his first senior goal against Sheffield Wednesday; making his first-ever start, "unmarked" Kane scored from a Dean Cox freekick in the 57th minute as Orient eventually won 4–0. Slade said that he was "delighted" that Kane scored a goal on his first league start. On 12 February, he scored twice in a 4–1 win over Bristol Rovers, after coming on as a substitute for McGleish in the 70th minute. He ended the season scoring five goals in 18 matches.
On 2 May, Argyle were relegated to League Two after a 3–1 defeat at home to Southampton, with 13,118 in attendance. Rickie Lambert gave the visitors the lead just before half time and they increased their lead soon after the restart through former Argyle player Ryan Dickson. Lambert scored his second goal of the game from the penalty spot before Yannick Bolasie scored a consolation goal in stoppage time. The club's last game of the season was on 7 May and they were defeated 4–1 at Home Park. Goals from Scott McGleish and Dean Cox gave the visitors a two-goal lead at half time. Yannick Bolasie reduced the deficit after 63 minutes, but two further goals from Alex Revell ensured that Argyle finished 23rd in the table.
Doig signed for former club Northampton on 30 June 2005 and finished his first season with 45 appearances and three goals, as the side earned promotion to League One as League Two runners-up. He was retained as club captain by Stuart Gray when he took charge on 2 January 2007, due to Scott McGleish, former club captain, being transfer listed. Shortly before the match against Huddersfield Town in April 2007, Doig came third in the club's Player of the Year awards, behind Jason Crowe and Mark Bunn. Doig penned a two-year contract that would expire in 2009. Having made 32 appearances and scored 1 goal in the 2008–09 season, he was released by Northampton, with the side having been relegated to League Two.
After leaving Peterborough, Still became a coach at Third Division club Lincoln City before being appointed as manager of their divisional rivals Barnet in June 1997. In preparation for 1997–98, Still primarily signed players he had worked with at Peterborough, including Ken Charlery, Greg Heald, Billy Manuel, and Scott McGleish. In his first season in charge, Still took Barnet to the Third Division play-offs, but lost 3–2 in the semi-final to Colchester United. The club finished in 16th place in 1998–99 and only seven points from relegation – their lowest position since being promoted to the Football League. Still led Barnet to the play-offs once again in 1999–2000, under the threat of the club being expelled from the division due to problems surrounding their home ground, Underhill. The club spent most of the season in the league's promotion places, but fell away in the final months and ultimately lost 5–1 on aggregate in the play-off semi-final to Still's former club Peterborough United.
Early goals from Scott McGleish and Dean Cox saw Argyle fall nine points adrift of safety after a 2–0 defeat at Leyton Orient. The club secured their first win in five games against Walsall on 9 April at Home Park. Yannick Bolasie and Rory Patterson scored in a 2–0 win. On 16 April, Argyle took on Peterborough United at London Road. The away side led at half time thanks to a goal from captain Carl Fletcher in the 38th minute. Peterborough equalised ten minutes into the second half through Ryan Bennett before Craig Mackail-Smith won the game 2–1 for the hosts. Argyle moved off the bottom of the table on 22 April after a 1–0 win at Dagenham & Redbridge. The decisive goal was scored by Rory Patterson, who converted a 25-yard free-kick in the 48th minute. Patterson was sent off late in the game for a second bookable offence. Three days later, a goal from Simon Walton earned a 1–0 win at home against Milton Keynes Dons. A 1–0 defeat at Exeter City on 30 April meant Argyle needed to win their last two matches of the season to have a chance of avoiding relegation. James Dunne's first goal of the campaign earned all three points for the home side.
Born in Sutton, London, Gambin began his career in the youth system at AFC Wimbledon before moving to Barnet as an apprentice in 2009. He made his first-team debut in a 4–0 win at home to former club AFC Wimbledon on 28 April 2012, coming on as a late substitute for Scott McGleish, before signing his first professional contract in the summer of 2012. Gambin made his first appearance of 2012–13 after being introduced as a 66th-minute substitute in a 3–0 defeat away to Bradford City on 15 September 2012. He found first-team opportunities limited, joining Isthmian League Premier Division club Hendon on loan in November 2012 and debuted as a substitute in a 2–1 defeat away to Aldershot Town in the FA Cup first round. He completed the loan spell with three appearances. Gambin broke into the Barnet first-team towards the end of the season and scored his first goal for the club in a 4–1 win at home to Morecambe on 9 March 2013. He finished the season with two goals from 10 appearances, but was unable to help Barnet prevent relegation to the Conference Premier.