John Lambie Obituary, Former Player Of Johnstone Football Club Has Passed Away

John Lambie Obituary, Death – John Lambie, a former player, and coach for the club, passed away today at the age of 77. The organization is inconsolable to learn of his passing and is saddened by the news of his passing. John was a member of the Saints from 1969 until 1973, during which time he appeared in 153 games and scored five goals for the club. John took part in the match for the League Cup Final in 1969, which was contested against Celtic, and he also took part in five out of the club’s six UEFA Cup matches in 1971. Both of these matches were played in 1971.

In October of 1973, he took part in what would be his final game for the Saints before retiring and joining the club’s coaching staff for a time. Before retiring, he played in his final game for the Saints. However, he is most likely to be known for his three different stints as manager of Partick Thistle, the most recent of which came to a close in the year 2003. His tenures as manager of Partick Thistle began on three consecutive occasions. After he left his position as manager at Partick Thistle.

He moved on to become the manager of Hamilton Academical and Falkirk. The other senior club that Lambie played for throughout his career was Falkirk. Lambie’s playing career was confined to just two professional clubs. He was a member of both the Saints and the Falkirk teams. Everyone at the club is keeping John’s friends and family, both near and far, in their thoughts and prayers as they go through this trying time.