Lee McCulloch

Lee McCulloch was a product of the Motherwell Youth System. His early career was not great and his progress in the first team was rather slow. He picked up bookings regularly and made a lot of unnecessary tackles and a lot were poorly timed. He slowly but surely started to develop into a powerful forward, the turning point in his career came in a 6-2 win over Hibernian at Fir Park, when he netted 2 goals. Under Billy Davies, he started making more first team appearances and he eventually turned into a regular goal scorer and a pivotal part of the side. Lee was capped 14 times by Scotland at under 21 level. He attracted a huge bid from Hearts but this was turned down. He later joined English side Wigan Athletic and he left with team mate Stephen McMillan which netted the club £1.2 million. Lee was capped 14 times by Scotland at under 21 level and 18 as a full international.

Lee Henry McCulloch
5′ 11″
12s 5lbs
Date of Birth:
14th May 1978
Place of Birth:

Football Career:

Motherwell 1995 2001
Wigan Athletic 2001 2007
Rangers 2007 2015
Kilmarnock 2016 2017

Well Career:

Apps Goals
75 (48) 21
Scottish Cup:
10 (2) 4
League Cup:
5 (2) 2
0 (1) 0
90 (53) 27