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Hibernian Player Alex Raisbeck Details

Raisbeck, Alex

Games Played30 [Show all]
Games Started30
Games On As Sub0
Yellow Cards0
Red Cards0
DebutVs Abercorn on 12/09/1896 in Scottish League (A 2-2)
First GoalVs Abercorn on 21/11/1896 in Scottish League (H 9-0)

Season Breakdown

 Scottish LeagueScottish CupLeague CupOtherTotal
SeasonStarts (As Sub)GoalsStarts (As Sub)GoalsStarts (As Sub)GoalsStarts (As Sub)GoalsStarts (As Sub)Goals
1897/189816 (0)24 (0)10 (0)00 (0)020 (0)3
1896/18979 (0)11 (0)00 (0)00 (0)010 (0)1
Totals25 (0)35 (0)10 (0)00 (0)030 (0)4

Last 5 Games Started

DateVenueCompetition (Round)OpponentResultScore
05/02/1898AwayScottish Cup (R3)Third LanarkLost0-2
22/01/1898HomeScottish Cup (R2)East StirlingshireWon3-1
15/01/1898HomeScottish Cup (R1 Replay)AbercornWon7-1
08/01/1898AwayScottish Cup (R1)AbercornDrawn1-1
03/01/1898AwayScottish League (Division One (old) / 18)ClydeWon4-2

Last 5 Games Scored In

DateVenueCompetition (Round)OpponentResultScore
15/01/1898HomeScottish Cup (R1 Replay)AbercornWon7-1
20/11/1897AwayScottish League (Division One (old) / 12)Partick ThistleWon3-0
16/10/1897HomeScottish League (Division One (old) / 8)St Bernard'sWon6-1
21/11/1896HomeScottish League (Division One (old) / 14)AbercornWon9-0

Current Comments

3 comments so far (post your own)

The Liverpool FC website "Hall of Fame" refers to the centre-back thus :-

"Alex Raisbeck is regarded as the club's first star player."

"If the centre-back was around today, he'd undoubtedly be a pin-up of the Fernando Torres ilk". (edited by moderator)

Posted by Patrick Roberts on 13/08/2010 - 17:23

Date of Birth :- Wallacetown 26/12/1878
Signed From :- Royal Albert
Sold To :- Stoke City

Other clubs :- Liverpool, Partick Thistle & Hamilton Academicals.

Posted by Patrick Roberts on 02/02/2011 - 17:44

A very proud great-grandchild, grandson of his daughter, Mary. My family were very humble about his achievements and it's only now at the age of 44 I realise his true influence on the game of football in his era.

Posted by Malcolm Griffiths on 30/01/2012 - 22:32

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