Real nameThomas Turner
Age55 (Born 11 Oct, 1963)
Height5ft 1in (1.55m)
Weight10st 7lb (66.67kg)
Place of birthJohnstone


Gretna 13 Jul, 02 31 May, 04 Signed 19 (1)02 (0)01 (0)01 (0)0
Queen of Sth 20 Nov, 98 28 Dec, 98 Loan 5 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
St Mirren 02 Jan, 97 13 Jul, 02 Signed 112 (4)94 (1)05 (0)02 (0)0
Partick 31 Dec, 94 02 Jan, 97 Signed 35 (2)50 (0)03 (0)01 (1)0
St Johnstone 27 Aug, 90 31 Dec, 94 £100,000 139 (0)70 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Morton 01 Aug, 89 27 Aug, 90 175 (0)290 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Totals   £100,000 485 (7)506 (1)09 (0)04 (1)0
Goals per Game    0.10 0 n/a 0

Games played by Tommy Turner in 2002/2003

Scottish Division 3Sa 03Aug 2002Gretna1 - 1Morton
Scottish League C CupTu 06Aug 2002Queen's Park2 - 1Gretna
Scottish Division 3Sa 10Aug 2002Elgin City0 - 2Gretna
Scottish Division 3Sa 17Aug 2002Gretna4 - 1Montrose
Scottish Division 3Sa 24Aug 2002Gretna2 - 0Albion
Scottish Division 3Sa 31Aug 2002Queen's Park1 - 0Gretna
Scottish League CupSa 07Sep 2002Gretna1 - 2East Fife
Scottish Division 3Sa 14Sep 2002Gretna1 - 4Peterhead
Scottish Division 3Sa 28Sep 2002Gretna0 - 2Stirling
Scottish Division 3Sa 05Oct 2002East Fife3 - 2Gretna
Scottish Division 3Sa 19Oct 2002Gretna0 - 0Elgin City
Scottish Division 3Sa 26Oct 2002Morton2 - 2Gretna
Scottish Division 3Sa 02Nov 2002Gretna2 - 2Queen's Park
Scottish Division 3Sa 09Nov 2002Albion2 - 1Gretna
Scottish Division 3Sa 23Nov 2002Gretna2 - 2East Stirling
Scottish Division 3Sa 30Nov 2002Gretna2 - 3East Fife
Scottish Division 3Sa 07Dec 2002Gretna1 - 2Albion
Scottish Division 3Sa 14Dec 2002Stirling0 - 1Gretna
Scottish FA CupSa 04Jan 2003Gretna3 - 0Cove Rangers
Scottish Division 3Sa 11Jan 2003Queen's Park1 - 2Gretna
Scottish Division 3Sa 18Jan 2003Gretna1 - 1Peterhead
Scottish FA CupSa 25Jan 2003Gretna1 - 2Clyde
Scottish Division 3Sa 08Feb 2003Gretna0 - 0Stirling
Scottish Division 3We 26Feb 2003East Stirling1 - 2Gretna


Match in Focus


Ireland v N Ireland

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Ireland have two clean sheets in nine home games
Expert verdict
This will be a friendly in name only and looks set to conjure up goals in the first Irish derby since 2011. Both sides are out of form and bottom of their Nations League groups but will be motivated to perform under the lights of the Aviva Stadium. The return of Kyle Lafferty should be a big boost for the visitors.


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