Real nameBarry McLaughlin
Age45 (Born 19 Apr, 1973)
Height6ft 1in (1.85m)
Weight12st 7lb (79.37kg)
Place of birthPaisley
NationalityScotland
  
  

Career

CLUBFROMTOFEELEAGUEFA CUPLGE CUPOTHER
    APPSGLSAPPSGLSAPPSGLSAPPSGLS
Ayr 30 Jul, 04 14 May, 06 55 (0)06 (0)04 (0)02 (0)0
Kilmarnock 15 May, 02 30 Jul, 04 £30,000 31 (5)11 (1)02 (0)00 (0)0
St Mirren 01 Aug, 91 15 May, 02 Youth 131 (0)106 (0)08 (1)02 (0)0
Totals   £30,000 217 (5)1113 (1)014 (1)04 (0)0
Goals per Game    0.04 0 n/a 0

Games played by Barry McLaughlin in 2005/2006

  GLS  YEL RED 
Scottish League C CupSa 30Jul 2005Ayr0 - 1Stirling
Scottish Division 2Sa 06Aug 2005Ayr2 - 0Dumbarton
Scottish League CupTu 09Aug 2005Morton1 - 2Ayr
Scottish Division 2Sa 13Aug 2005Forfar1 - 2Ayr
Scottish Division 2Sa 20Aug 2005Ayr1 - 1Peterhead
Scottish League CupTu 23Aug 2005Ross County1 - 2Ayr
Scottish Division 2Sa 27Aug 2005Gretna2 - 2Ayr
Scottish Division 2Sa 10Sep 2005Ayr2 - 2Partick
Scottish Division 2Sa 17Sep 2005Raith3 - 3Ayr
Scottish Division 2Sa 29Oct 2005Partick1 - 0Ayr
Scottish Division 2Sa 05Nov 2005Ayr1 - 3Gretna
Scottish Division 2Tu 22Nov 2005Ayr2 - 1Raith
Scottish Division 2Sa 03Dec 2005Alloa0 - 4Ayr
Scottish Division 2Tu 06Dec 2005Morton2 - 1Ayr
Scottish FA CupSa 10Dec 2005Ayr3 - 2Morton
Scottish Division 2Tu 13Dec 2005Ayr2 - 1Forfar
Scottish Division 2Sa 17Dec 2005Ayr2 - 5Stirling
Scottish Division 2Mo 26Dec 2005Ayr2 - 0Dumbarton
Scottish FA CupSa 07Jan 2006Inverness CT1 - 1Ayr
Scottish Division 2Sa 14Jan 2006Ayr1 - 2Partick
Scottish FA CupMo 16Jan 2006Ayr0 - 2Inverness CT
Scottish Division 2Sa 21Jan 2006Raith1 - 1Ayr
Scottish Division 2Sa 28Jan 2006Ayr1 - 1Morton
Scottish Division 2Sa 04Feb 2006Stirling1 - 0Ayr
Scottish Division 2Sa 11Feb 2006Ayr0 - 1Alloa
Scottish Division 2Sa 18Feb 2006Forfar1 - 0Ayr
Scottish Division 2Sa 25Feb 2006Ayr1 - 2Peterhead
Appearances:27Totals:
0
2
0
 

 

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The return of Cristiano Ronaldo to Old Trafford will grab all of the headlines but Manchester United should be able to hold their own against Juventus. Confidence will have been restored by the manner of the performance in the 2-2 draw at Chelsea and United remain a tough nut to crack in European home encounters.

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