Harry McShane
Footballer
Harry McShane
Harold McShane is a Scottish former football player, who played as a direct and speedy winger. He is the father of actor Ian McShane.
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Harry McShane's personal information overview.
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Brief guide to all the local MDL hopefuls - Drogheda Independent
Google News - over 5 years
Manager: Paul O'Connell Assistant manager: Mark McArdle Reserve team coaches: Barry Kieran, Jim Conroy, Shane Garvey Captain: Harry McShane Shirt sponsor: vans.ie (home kit), Dundalk Stadium (away kit) ROCK CELTIC Paul Gore and David Fairclough have
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Ian McShane: Ever the bad guy - Vancouver Sun
Google News - over 5 years
As the son of Manchester United great Harry McShane, he's naturally a huge soccer fan. But when he's asked if he's watched David Beckham play in Los Angeles, he's full of disdain. "Why would I watch soccer in America? That's like seeing baseball in
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How a chat with legendary talent-spotter Murphy delivered Fergie's born-again ... - Daily Mail
Google News - almost 6 years
Harry McShane is the father of Ian McShane, the actor; he'd played at United in the early 50s and he drove Dad. 'Anyway, Alex went to see Dad and I know they talked about the importance of youth football and finding good young players and developing
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TRANSACTIONS
NYTimes - over 13 years
BASEBALL American League TEXAS RANGERS -- Named Jeff Cogen chief operating officer. Northern League WINNIPEG GOLDEYES -- Sold the contract of C Charles Alley to the Kansas City Royals. FOOTBALL National Football League JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS -- Placed WR Jermaine Lewis on injured reserve. Waived S Marlon McCree, DT Matt Leonard and FB Malaefou
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Timeline
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    THIRTIES
  • 1954
    Age 33
    In 1954, he transferred to Oldham Athletic, before seeing out his playing days with non-league sides; Chorley (player-coach), Wellington Town and Droylsden.
    More Details Hide Details After retiring as a player, McShane became the coach of Stalybridge Celtic. He then worked as a talent scout for Manchester United, where he was credited with bringing Wes Brown to the management's attention. He was also a tannoy announcer at Old Trafford during the 1960s. Manchester United
  • 1951
    Age 30
    He was part of the United side that won the First Division in 1951–52.
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    He spent four years at Bolton, racking up close to 100 appearances before signing for Manchester United in 1951.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1947
    Age 26
    After the war ended he joined Huddersfield Town, before moving on to Bolton Wanderers in 1947.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1937
    Age 16
    Born in Holytown, North Lanarkshire, McShane started his professional career with Bellshill Athletic, before moving to Blackburn Rovers in 1937.
    More Details Hide Details During the Second World War, he guested for Manchester City, Blackpool, Reading and Port Vale.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1920
    Born
    Born on April 8, 1920.
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