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Born: 07 November 1925
Came from: Dundee Went to: Norwich City
First game: 02 September 1950 Last game: 30 April 1952
Appearances: 55 (55/0) Goals: 22
After beginning his career with Scottish junior side Rutherglen Glencairn in Glasgow, Rattray spent four years with Dundee. He moved to Argyle in a swap deal with Stan Williams and, despite taking a little while to settle in, became an indispensable member of the team. A tall inside-forward, he had surprisingly good ability for his size and was a major part of the promotion winning team of 1951-52, scoring 19 goals. Despite the success, he requested a transfer at the end of the season and moved to Norwich City. A little over a year later, after a less successful spell in East Anglia, he returned to Scotland with Stirling Albion, near his hometown of Bannockburn. He spent two years there before ending his career at St Johnstone.
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