Bobby Main

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Bobby Main
Personal information
Full name Robert Frame Main
Date of birth (1909-02-10)10 February 1909
Place of birth Airdrie, Scotland
Date of death 30 March 1985(1985-03-30) (aged 76)
Playing position Right winger
Youth career
Baillieston Juniors
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1929–1939 Rangers 139 (31)
1939 New Brighton
National team
1934–1935 Scottish League XI 3 (0)
1937 Scotland 1 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Robert Frame "Bobby" Main (10 February 1909 - 30 March 1985) was a Scottish professional football player who is best known for his time with Rangers.

Main began his career at local team Baillieston Juniors and joined Rangers in 1929, initially as understudy to Sandy Archibald. He was in and out of the side for four years before becoming a regular in 1933. During his spell at the club he won two League championships, two Scottish Cups, three Glasgow Cups and two Charity Cups. He made 158 appearances for Rangers and scored 35 goals.

He left Ibrox in 1939 and joined New Brighton but the outbreak of the Second World War curtailed his football career.

Main died on 30 March 1985, aged 76.

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