In his career as a football agent, he managed the careers of many footballers including Celtic's Paul Lambert and Scotland striker Kenny Miller. [16] After one season with Raith, he signed for Stirling Albion in June 2014. FORMER SFA supremo Gordon Smith has been declared bankrupt, the Record can reveal. Smith has previously played for Scottish clubs Livingston, Hearts, Raith Rovers, Stirling Albion and Dumbarton, as well as having loan spells with Hamilton Academical and Cowdenbeath. Gordon Smith. Smith relinquished his pundit and agent roles to take up the job vacated by David Taylor, in June 2007. [18] After only three appearances, all from the bench, manager Stephen Aitken informed Smith he was free to leave the club. Gordon Smith (footballer born September 1954) — This article is about the Rangers forward, and former SFA chief executive. Smith had a spell as Assistant Manager of St Mirren between 1990 and 1993 before taking up his career in the media. OK, Gordon Smith (footballer born September 1954), Nathan Brown (Australian footballer, born 1978). Brian Glanville. [6] Smith scored his first goal for the club in his first league appearance, scoring Hearts' goal in a 1–1 draw with Edinburgh derby rivals Hibs at Easter Road. He was sold to Rangers in 1977 for £65,000. In sports. For the St. Johnstone and Aston Villa defender, see Gordon Smith (footballer born July 1954). [21], Smith's father, also called Gordon, played for Hearts and several other Scottish Football League clubs. For the Rangers forward, and former chief executive of SFA, see Gordon Smith (footballer born September 1954). After the arrivals of Kevin Kyle and Stephen Elliott, Smith signed on loan for First Division club Stirling Albion in August 2010. In the summer of 2009, with Livingston experiencing financial difficulties, Smith allowed his contract to expire. Gordon Smith (born 14 February 1991) is a Scottish footballer who plays as a striker for National Premier Leagues Western Australia side ECU Joondalup. Born in Edinburgh, Smith played for Hibs' youth teams as a goalscoring midfielder, but was released by the club after he went on a two-day trial with Newcastle United.[3]. All rights reserved. [21] Of the move, Smith commented that he felt it was a "now or never" moment in realising his dream of playing football abroad. Gordon Smith Personal information Full name Gordon Duffield Smith …   Wikipedia, Gordon Smith (footballer born July 1954) — This article is about the St Johnstone and Aston Villa defender. Born in Guisborough, Clark came from a sporting family… …   Wikipedia, Nathan Brown (Australian footballer, born 1978) — For the Australian rules footballer who played for Melbourne, see Nathan Brown (Australian footballer, born 1976). He made three appearances during his loan spell, without scoring.However he did score for Brighton in the 1983 FA Cup Final as they drew 2-2 with Manchester United, although unfortunately for Smith, Brighton lost the replay 4-0. The commentary for the first match included the phrase "...and Smith must score" (which he didn't, on that occasion), an infamous soundbite that has haunted him since and overshadowed some notable playing achievements.On leaving Brighton in March 1984, Smith went on to Manchester City where he finished top scorer (with 12 League goals) in their 1984-85 promotion campaign to the top Division. [17] In June 2015, Smith moved to Scottish Championship side Dumbarton. [14] He played in all three matches played during his loan spell and Hamilton requested it be extended[15] but he returned to Hearts. Nathan Brown …   Wikipedia, David McLean (footballer born 1887) — David McLean Personal information Full name David Prophet McLean Date of birth 13 December 1890( …   Wikipedia, David Wilson (footballer born c. 1908) — David Wilson (c. 1908 – 22 February 1992)[1] was an English footballer who played for Hamilton Academical and Stranraer. The Rangers legend and former Ibrox director has stacked up massive debts of £644,411. [3], National Premier Leagues Western Australia,,, Hibs blew big chance with my boy, says Gordon Smith senior, "Fans warned after Hearts chief denied striker", "Csaba's faith in youth | Hearts News | Hearts News | News | Hearts | Hearts", "Hamilton Accies take Hearts striker Gordon Smith on loan",,, "Ex-Hearts striker Gordon Smith Joins ECU Joondalup",,_born_1991)&oldid=936502706, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 2 December 2018, This page was last edited on 19 January 2020, at 08:24. Gordon Duffield Smith (born December 29 1954 in Kilwinning) is a former football player who played for Rangers and Brighton & Hove Albion F.C., and later worked as a football agent and BBC football pundit. Winger in the 'famous five' Hibs forward line who also won championships with Hearts and Dundee . He played for St Johnstone, Aston Villa, Tottenham Hotspur and Wolverhampton Wanderers. [3] It was originally intended that he would play for their under-19 squad, but manager Csaba László promoted him to the first team after it became clear that the club would not sign another striker[4] and pledged his faith in youth. He later undertook various managerial, coaching and scouting positions. [10] On his return he played the full 90 minutes against Auchinleck Talbot in the Scottish Cup scoring the only goal of the game in the 84th minute.[11]. On 26 June 2013 Smith signed for Raith Rovers. On 1 June 2007, Smith was confirmed as the new chief executive of the Scottish Football Association.cite news|url=|title=Smith all set for SFA's top job|publisher=BBC Sport website|date=June 1, 2007] Playing career Smith started his career with Kilmarnock. After playing Smith had a spell as Assistant Manager of St Mirren between 1990 and 1993 before taking up his career in the media.In his career as a football agent, he managed the careers of many footballers including Celtic's Paul Lambert and Scotland striker Kenny Miller.

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