Raymond Deans

Raymond Deans started his career as an apprentice with Chelsea, before moving back to Scotland in 1983. He made his Clyde debut aged 17, and went on to score 14 league goals for the club in two years, before transferring to Doncaster Rovers. He only spent a season there, as injury forced him to retire in 1986, aged only 20. Raymond went to Stonelaw High school.

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Posted by Ruglenmajor
Sunday 07th of October 2012 16:40:40
Big Dixie was a genius in the air. Would of been a Scotland legend if not for injury. Just check out his goal tally at Celtic BC, AWESOME
Posted by anonymous
Sunday 07th of October 2012 16:22:52
Big Raymond Deans would of went on to be a Scotland legend if it weren't for injury. Check out his goal count in the several years he was at Celtic BC, UNBELIEVABLE.
Posted by anonymous
Sunday 09th of October 2011 22:49:29
In the 1980's he played at Hampden for his school, Stonelaw, twice in a week against Holyrood, losing the Scottish Cup final but winning the Strathclyde cup
Posted by ROBERT
Wednesday 28th of September 2011 17:23:03
RAYMOND WAS A TALL STRIKER WHO WAS DOMINANT IN THE AIR. HE SHOWED GREAT PROMISE BUT WAS FORCED TO RETIRE AFTER HE BROKE HIS LEG IN TRAINING. HE IS A FORMER SCOTLAND YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PLAYER

Raymond Deans

Raymond Deans

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