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Steve Finnieston

Steve Finnieston

Clubs played for: Chelsea, Cardiff City (loan) , Sheffield United (1974-1979)

Born: 1954

Birthplace: Edinburgh, Scotland

Position: Striker

Biography: Edinburgh born striker, nicknamed 'Jock', became a regular in the 1976-77 promotion winning season, scoring 24 goals including a hat trick on the final day against Hull City An Achilles tendon injury caused him to miss much of the following season and he was forced to retire aged just 25. Worked as a postman, then became a full-time sales rep for builders merchants Travis Perkins. Is now self-employed sales rep.

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Finnieston, Steve I remember playing in a boys final against Meadow Sports. Steve Finnieston played. We lost 5 -0.
What a brilliant player. I followed his career and was so upset when his career was cut short. Brilliant player and a nice man. Thats my claim to fame.
12-09-21Lawrence Edwards

Finnieston, Steve Did Steve played for Binfield in the 80s? I played for SYCOB.
14-05-21Pat dowling

Finnieston, Steve Went to senior school with Jock and played with him for Addlestone Wanderers U12s before he played for Meadow Sports.
06-02-21Malcolm Hillen

Finnieston, Steve Knew Steve back in the day, living in the Ascot area. Played in to his 40s , Sunday league level. A well grounded guy who always had a good word about my club and one he played for, Sheffield United.


Finnieston, Steve Hi ,I would really appreciate a contact address of this great player, if anyone can help I would be so grateful.
24-01-21Robert White

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