- Ian Moir (footballer)
Football player infobox2
playername = Ian Moir
dateofbirth = Birth date and age|1943|6|30|df=yes
years = 1960-1964
clubs = Manchester United
caps(goals) = 045 0(5)
Ian Moir (born
30 June 1943in Aberdeen) is a Scottish former professional footballer. He played as a midfielder.
Moir played over three hundred Football League games for five clubs, including top-flight sides Manchester United and Blackpool, before going on to play in
South Africawith Arcadia Shepherds. He returned to Britain and had spells with non-League sides Oswestry Town and Colwyn Bay.
Moir began his career with
Matt Busby's Manchester United in 1960. In four years at Old Trafford, he made 45 league appearances and scored five goals.
In 1964, he joined Blackpool, who were then under the managership of
Ron Suart. Moir made his debut on February 13, 1965, in a 1–1 draw with Leicester City at Bloomfield Road. He played in the remaining thirteen games of the 1964–65 campaign, scoring four goals in the process.
In 1965–66, he appeared in two-thirds of Blackpool's league games, scoring three goals.
His final season at Bloomfield Road, 1966–67, saw Ron Suart replaced by former Blackpool player
Stan Mortensen. Moir made 22 appearances in the league and scored five goals (including two in a 6–0 whitewash of Newcastle United at home on October 22, 1966). He also scored two goals in the League Cup, assisting in Blackpool's reaching the fifth round.
Moir's final game for Blackpool occurred on
March 27, 1967, a 2–0 defeat at home to Chelsea.
He left to join Chester City, for whom he made 25 league appearances and scored three goals.
After a spell with Shrewsbury, Moir returned to Wrexham once more, before moving to
South Africato play for Arcadia Shepherds.
* [http://www.neilbrown.newcastlefans.com/player/ianmoir.htm Moir's profile at Neil Brown's statistics site]
*cite book | first=Roy | last=Calley| coauthors= | title=Blackpool: A Complete Record 1887-1992 | publisher=Breedon Books Sport | location= | year=1992 | editor= | id=ISBN 1-873626-07-X
*Chester City v. Altrincham programme, pg.20, 14/11/92
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