Willie Mathieson

Football, Football player

1943 –

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Who is Willie Mathieson?

Willie Mathieson is a Scottish former professional footballer who played in the left-back position for Rangers, amongst other clubs. He was included in the Rangers F.C. Hall of Fame on 5 February 2007.

Mathieson spent fifteen seasons at Rangers from 1960 to 1975 and was involved in the club's historic 1972 Cup Winners' Cup winning team. He played in over 300 games for Rangers including the 1973 Scottish Cup Final winning side. Mathieson represented the Scottish League once, in 1969.

He transferred to Arbroath for the 1975–76 season, playing 25 league games and then moved on to Raith Rovers for a final season. After retirement he joined the Berwick Rangers coaching staff, working under former team-mate Dave Smith, winning the Second Division Championship, Berwick Rangers' first ever trophy.

Mathieson is now retired and lives in Inverness.

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Born
Jul 20, 1943
Nationality
  • Scotland

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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