Bobby McKay - Manager Profile

Full Name: Robert McKay
Jul 1st, 1939 to Oct 31st, 1939

Most Appearances Top Scorers
1. Norman Fraser - 2
2. Bobby Gardiner - 2
3. Alex Glen - 2
4. Johnny Hutton - 2
5. Jerry Kerr - 2
6. Rab Smith - 2
7. Willie White - 2
8. Arthur Baxter - 2
9. Alex Miller - 2
10. Willie Black - 1
1. Arthur Baxter - 2

First Match In Charge: Saturday, October 21st, 1939 vs. Stenhousemuir (1-0)

Last Match In Charge: Saturday, October 28th, 1939 vs. King's Park (1-0)

Total Players Used: 13

Biggest Win(s)
Oct 28th, 1939 1 - 0 vs. King's Park, Wartime (Eastern Regional)
Oct 21st, 1939 1 - 0 vs. Stenhousemuir, Wartime (Eastern Regional)

Heaviest Defeat(s)
None.

Overall Record

Games Won Drawn Lost For Against GD
2 2 0 0 2 0 +2
(100.0%) (0.0%) (0.0%)

At Home

Games Won Drawn Lost For Against GD
1 1 0 0 1 0 +1
(100.0%) (0.0%) (0.0%)

Bobby McKay had been an inside-forward who had won the Scottish Cup with Morton in 1921, the English League Championship with Newcastle in 1927 and had gained International recognition with Scotland.

Finishing his career at Bristol Rovers, where he became a director, he was appointed Secretary/Manager at Tannadice in July 1939, replacing his old team-mate from Bristol, Sam Irving.

However, just four League matches into the 1939/1940 season, the competition was abandoned due to the outbreak of the Second World War. McKay's contract was terminated after just three months and five matches.