Ally Maxwell

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Ally Maxwell
Surname Alistair Espie Maxwell
birthday February 16, 1965
place of birth HamiltonScotland
position goalkeeper
Years station
0000-1983 Fir Park BC
Years station Games (goals) 1
1983-1992 Motherwell FC 134 (0)
1987-1988 →  FC Clydebank  (loan) 1 (0)
1991-1992 →  Liverpool FC  (loan) 0 (0)
1992 →  Bolton Wanderers  (loan) 0 (0)
1992-1995 Glasgow Rangers 53 (0)
1995-1998 Dundee United 44 (0)
1998-2001 Greenock Morton 66 (0)
2001-2003 Hamilton Academical
Stations as a trainer
Years station
2001 Greenock Morton
1 Only league games are given.

Alistair Espie Maxwell , called: Ally Maxwell (born February 16, 1965 in Hamilton ) is a former Scottish football goalkeeper and coach.


Ally Maxwell was born in Hamilton , Scotland, in 1965 . He started his career at Fir Park Boys Club where he played until 1983 before joining Motherwell FC . With Well he was interrupted by three loan changes until 1992 under contract and completed 134 league games. With Maxwell in goal, Motherwell FC won the Scottish Cup in the final against Dundee United in March 1991 . In the 1987/88 season he was once at the Scottish second division club FC Clydebank in goal. From October 1991 to March 1992 he remained on his loan to Liverpool FC without use, as well as in the third loan to Bolton Wanderers from March to April 1992. From 1992 he was three seasons with the Glasgow Rangers under contract with which he in 1994 won the league cup . He also won three championships with the team in 1993 , 1994 and 1995 . Under the coach Walter Smith he was in the first and third seasons he spent in Glasgow substitute goalkeeper behind Andy Goram . In June 1995 Maxwell moved together with Neil Caldwell from the Rangers to the second-rate Dundee United. The Tangerines paid a transfer fee of £ 250,000 for Maxwell . In his first season he was able to secure the regular place between the posts. At the end of the season the team was second behind Dunfermline Athletic and had to go into the promotion relegation which was won against Partick Thistle , which means that promotion to the Premier Division was certain. With United he reached the final in the Challenge Cup in the first year, which was lost to FC Stenhousemuir . In the Erstligasaison 1996/97 was United as promoted in third place and qualified for the UEFA Cup in 1997/98 . Maxwell lost the regular place this season to the newly signed Dutch Sieb Dijkstra who had come from the Queens Park Rangers , so that the promotion goalkeeper Maxwell came only ten times in the league. In the 1997/98 season Maxwell remained without a minute. After a total of 44 league games for the Tangerines , he moved to Greenock Morton in 1998 . In January 2001 he was appointed interim game coach in Greenock. However , he could not prevent relegation to the 3rd division at the end of the season . From September 2001 to October 2003 he played for Hamilton Academical before ending his career.


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  1. ^ Ally Maxwell., accessed October 6, 2016 .