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- KurzbeschreibungAlex Alec McNab born December 27, 1895 in Gourock, Scotland; died April 3, 1960 in St. Louis, Missouri was a Scottish-U.S. soccer player and coach. He began his career in Scotland before moving to the United States. In the U.S., he won six consecutive U.S. Open Cups with teams from both the American Soccer League and St. Louis Soccer League. He was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame in 2005.McNab began his career with Greenock Morton in 1916, playing five seasons with the team until his departure for the United States in 1924. World War I caused the loss of three seasons due to partial suspension of professional sports in Scotland. On April 27, 1922, Greenock won the Scottish League cup over Rangers F.C.In 1924, Greenock Morton offered McNab Pds. 4 per week. He considered this excessively low, but when he asked for a transfer, the club placed a prohibitively high fee on him in order to force him to stay with Greenock. When McNab received an offer from the Boston Wonder Workers of the Americ
- HerausgaberAgnes F. Vandome,Frederic P. Miller,John McBrewster
- VerlagAlphascript Publishing
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