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George Drummond
George Drummond
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George Drummond (Centre forward, 1892-1895, 1897, 1901-02) - George Drummond followed in the footsteps of his brother Jock Drummond in playing for Cowdenbeath FC. Their nephew Tom Drummond also later player for Cowden alongside George. George was a powerful, rumbustious centre forward who was a consistent goalscorer. He enjoyed 3 separate spells with Cowdenbeath over a decade and also played for Kirkcaldy, Leith Athletic and Raith Rovers. His transfer to Raith in 1897 was a swap deal with Raith's centre forward Dave Walker (‘the Indiarubber Man’) coming to Central Park in exchange. George Drummond finished his career with Hearts of Beath in 1907 after leading 'the Hillmen' to a memorable Wemyss Cup final victory over Cowdenbeath. George was also on the Board of Management of Cowdenbeath Cooperative Society and a member of the Co-op’s Education Committee. Sad to relate, George was to die whilst still a relatively young man at the age of only 40 in August 1912 in Indiana, USA.



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