Robert Orr (footballer)
|Full name||Robert McKissock Barnes Orr|
|Date of birth||26 January 1891|
|Place of birth||Hardgate, Scotland|
|Date of death||2 June 1948 57)(aged|
|Place of death||Clydebank, Scotland|
|1919–1922||Scottish League XI||2||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
His longest spell at club level was 15 years with Third Lanark (this was interrupted by World War I, although the Scottish Football League continued); the closest he came to winning a trophy in this time was reaching two finals of the Glasgow Merchants Charity Cup in 1910 (lost on a tally of corners following a draw) and 1914 (a 6–0 defeat to Celtic), and the final of the Glasgow Cup in 1923 (a loss to Rangers).
Orr was selected to play for Scotland in an unofficial Victory International in 1919, toured North America in 1921 and South America in 1923 with 'Scotland' (in reality, Third Lanark with a number of capable guest players) and played twice for the Scottish Football League XI.
- Party At The Palace, David Orr, 31 March 2019
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- Clyde V Third Lanark 1–1 (Glasgow Charity Cup Final: May 14, 1910, Play Up, Liverpool
- Match report, The Scotsman, 13 May 1914 (via The Celtic Wiki)
- Glasgow Cup Final Tie, The Glasgow Herald, 1 October 1923
- Robert Orr, Sons Archive
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- Tommy McInally: Celtic's Bad Bhoy, David Potter; Black & White Publishing, 2009; ISBN 9781845025786