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Hibernian Player Hugh McQueen Details

McQueen, Hugh

Games Played1 [Show all]
Games Started1
Games On As Sub0
Goals0
Yellow Cards0
Red Cards0
DebutVs Morton on 14/01/1905 in Scottish League (H 4-0)


Season Breakdown

 Scottish LeagueScottish CupLeague CupOtherTotal
SeasonStarts (As Sub)GoalsStarts (As Sub)GoalsStarts (As Sub)GoalsStarts (As Sub)GoalsStarts (As Sub)Goals
1904/19051 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)01 (0)0
Totals1 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)01 (0)0


Last 5 Games Started

DateVenueCompetition (Round)OpponentResultScore
14/01/1905HomeScottish League (Division One (old) / 23)MortonWon4-0


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McQueen, Hugh

Date of Birth :- Harthill 01/10/1867
Signed From :- Fulham
Sold To :- Norwich City

Other clubs :- Leith Athletic, Liverpool, Derby County, QPR, Gainsborough Trinity & Kilmarnock.

Posted by Patrick Roberts on 10/02/2011 - 13:07

The Victorian equivalent of a play-maker with his skill, courage and enthusiasm much to the fore. Voted the best player on the losing side (Derby County) in the 1898 FA Cup Final by the "Football Chat" magazine.

Source :- "Heroes in Hoops - QPR Who's Who 1899-2003" by John Marks (Yore Publications)

Posted by Patrick Roberts on 10/02/2011 - 13:15

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