Peter Dickson

Forward, Football player

1951 –

57

Who is Peter Dickson?

Peter Dickson is a Scottish former professional football player. He played for Parkhead, Albion Rovers and Queen of the South. He started his career as a striker but later played at right back.

Dickson played for Coatbridge club Albion Rovers where he was divisional top scorer in 1974/75. Dickson then joined Dumfries club Queen of the South on 23 November 1975 and went to make 231 appearances scoring 51 goals. Team mates Allan Ball, Iain McChesney, Jocky Dempster and Nobby Clark have all since been interviewed by the club and remembered Dickson for his contribution in the 1975–76 Scottish Cup 5-4 extra time win against Ayr United. George Cloy and Jimmy Robertson have similarly been interviewed and remembered Dickson for his off field antics.

When Dickson left Palmerston he went to play for Australian club Green Gully.

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Born
Oct 22, 1951

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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