Wednesday, 6 April 2011


Steve Murray hooked up with Dundee at the start of the 1963/64 season.
First began playing as a right sided winger, but after a couple of years was placed in the right-half position and for the remainder of his time at the club, claimed the #4 shirt.
He managed to grab 21 goals, the majority of which were scored during his early years when playing up front.
He played a total of 240 full games for the Dee - 1963 to 1970.
The photo was taken at the tail end of the 60's.


Anonymous said...

From memory (not checked in any of Norrie Price's books),maybe November 1969,we beat Clyde 3.0, Stevie scored 2 and it looked like he was wearing baseball boots.Not long after that he left for Aberdeen.
He was also a great artist doing some pretty neat caricatures of fellow players.
Not only good at drawing but also on the numbers front-did he not have a managerial position with TSB in Strathmartine Road,which he gave up to take up a short lived post as a coach at Tannadice,that resulted in him taking wee Jim to court and a sheriff making some pretty damning comments about McLean.

lastbus said...

Liked Stevie Murray, he played attacking midfield role more in what we now expect from this role. Got a autograph of Stevie when he played for the Hoops against Dundee in final