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IN THAT NUMBER 25: PAUL FENWICK

McLeish had initially tried to bring Paul Fenwick to the Club after relegation in 1998, however he had to wait two years before he eventually secured the services of the Canadian internationalist.

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IN THAT NUMBER 9: ALAN GORDON

Alan Gordon was a rare treat for spectators in the period between 1961 and 1976 as he played with elegance and intelligence whilst still being strong enough to play in that era.

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JAMES MAIN: 1886 - 1909

Tom Wright details the story of James Main, who sadly received a mortal injury playing away to Partick Thistle on Christmas Day in 1909, passing away a short couple of days later.

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BOBBY ATHERTON

With Remembrance Sunday this weekend, Tom Wright profiles the life and career of Bobby Atherton, a former Hibernian player who made the supreme sacrifice during the First World War.

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THE STERLING SERVICE OF HARRY RENNIE

Henry George, or 'Harry' Rennie, was born in Greenock on 1st June 1873. After service with Greenock Volunteers, Belgrove Ramblers and Junior side Greenock West End, he joined Second Division Morton during the 1894/95 season.

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