Billy Thomson

Billy ThomsonBilly Thomson started his senior career in Maryhill with Partick Thistle. His career began in 1975 and he won two under-21 caps for Scotland while at Firhill, he would only make a solitary appearance for the Jags as he had the unenviable task of trying to dispatch Alan Rough from the number one jersey. Billy signed for Motherwell in 1991 for £50,000 from Dundee United, he was signed because the club had a fall out with Ally Maxwell over a new contract and it seemed that the popular keeper would be moving on to pastures new. His career at Fir Park would see him battle it out with Sieb Dijkstra, in all competitions, Thomson made 59 first appearances. In 1994 he moved to Rangers and finished his playing career with Dundee. After his playing days came to an end he stayed in the game as a coach serving Rangers and Kilmarnock.

William Marshall Thomson
6′ 2″
12st 3lbs
Date of Birth:
10th February 1958
Place of Birth:

Football Career:

Glasgow United 1977
Partick Thistle 1977 1978
St Mirren 1978 1984
Dundee United 1984 1991
Motherwell 1991 1994
Rangers 1994 1996
Dundee 1996 1999

Well Career:

Apps Goals
52 0
Scottish Cup:
3 0
League Cup:
2 0
2 0
59 0