Gary Bollan

Gary BollanFrom Fairmuir Boys Club, Gary joined Dundee United in June 1989. After a successful spell at Tannadice he was snapped up by Walter Smith for Rangers. Three years at Ibrox seen him make fourteen appearances, including a loan spell with English club Wolves. In February 1998 he joined St Johnstone and in three years there he managed over 110 appearances, including 8 goals. His next career move saw him join newly promoted SPL club Livingston who were just about to embark on their first ever SPL campaign. His stay with the Livi Lions lasted only a year and a half, before he returned to Tannadice in January 2003. In a year back at Dundee Utd he managed only 15 games. From the recommendation of Terry Butcher’s assistant Maurice Malpas, TB snapped Gary up on a year and a half deal in January 2004. Within days of joining he made his debut against rangers at Ibrox in a 1-0 defeat. He’d only make another three appearances before being struck down with a knee injury which would keep him out for the duration of the season.

 Gary Bollan
 5′ 11″
 12st 4lbs
Date of Birth:
 24th March 1973
Place of Birth:
 Defender/Full Back

Football Career:

 Dundee United  1989  1995
Rangers  1995 1998
 Wolverhampton Wanderers (Loan) 1997
 St Johnstone 1998 2001
 Livingston  2001 2003
 Dundee United  2003 2004
Motherwell   2004
Clyde 2004 2005
Brechin City  2005 2006
 Carnoustie Panmuir 2006 2007

Well Career:

Apps Goals
1 (2) 0
Scottish Cup:
0 (1) 0
League Cup:
0 0
0 0
1 (3) 0