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John Kessack Ogston (John Ogston) @ PlayUpLiverpool.com


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About John Ogston:

Born: January 15, 1939: Aberdeen, Scotland.
Passed away: August 16, 2017: Aberdeen, Scotland.

Nick-name: “Tubby”.

Position: Goalkeeper.

Height: (6ft. 2in.);
Weight: (12st. 2lb.).

Career:
Banks O’Dee: 1956.
Aberdeen: Signed: May 4, 1957.
1957-58: 0-0 (Scottish League 1); 0-0 (FA Cup);
1958-59: 3-0 (Scottish League 1); 0-0 (FA Cup);
1959-60: 16-0 (Scottish League 1); 1-0 (FA Cup); 3-0 (League Cup);
1960-61: 26-0 (Scottish League 1); 2-0 (FA Cup); 3-0 (League Cup);
1961-62: 31-0 (Scottish League 1); 5-0 (FA Cup); 6-0 (League Cup);
1962-63: 34-0 (Scottish League 1); 3-0 (FA Cup); 6-0 (League Cup);
1963-64: 34-0 (Scottish League 1); 4-0 (FA Cup); 6-0 (League Cup);
1964-65: 34-0 (Scottish League 1); 2-0 (FA Cup); 6-0 (League Cup);
1965-66: 1-0 (Scottish League 1); 0-0 (FA Cup); 4-0 (League Cup).
Transferred to Liverpool for £10,000.
Liverpool: Signed: September 25, 1965.
1965-66: 0-0 (Football League 1); 0-0 (FA Cup); 0-0 (League Cup);
1966-67: 1-0 (Football League 1); 0-0 (FA Cup); 0-0 (League Cup);
1967-68: 0-0 (Football League 1); 0-0 (FA Cup); 0-0 (League Cup);
1968-69: 0-0 (Football League 1); 0-0 (FA Cup); 0-0 (League Cup).
* Doncaster Rovers: Loan: August 14, 1968 until May 30, 1969.
* 1968-69: 31-0 (Football League 4); 1-0 (FA Cup); 0-0 (League Cup);
Transferred to Doncaster Rovers.
1969-70: 38-0 (Football League 3); 4-0 (FA Cup); 2-0 (League Cup);
1970-71: 1-0 (Football League 3); 0-0 (FA Cup); 0-0 (League Cup).
Buckie Thistle: Signed: August 12, 1971.
Huntley: Signed: May 6, 1972.
Fraserburgh: Signed: February 26, 1974.
Deveronvale: Signed: August 3, 1974.
** Contract cancelled: September 16, 1974.

Merits:
Scotland U23: 4-0: (v. 2nd Division: April 11, 1960; v. England: March 1, 1961; v. Wales: December 6, 1961; v. England: February 28, 1962).
Scotland A Trial: 1-0: (January 30, 1961).
Army International: 1-0 (v. Scotland U23 1961).
English Football League Fourth Division Winner: 1968-69 (Doncaster Rovers).

Image(s):
From official Aberdeen F.C. page.

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