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|Full name||Charles McGillivray|
|Date of birth||5 July 1912|
|Place of birth||Whitburn, West Lothian, Scotland|
|Date of death||7 November 1986(aged 74)|
|Height||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
|Playing position||Outside right|
|1940||→ Hearts (loan)|
|1940–1941||→ Albion Rovers (loan)|
|1941–1942||→ Morton (loan)|
|1942||→ Dunfermline Athletic (loan)|
|1942–1943||→ Dundee United (loan)|
|1943||→ Hibernian (guest)||0||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
McGillivray was playing for Dundee United when he accepted the offer to become manager in November 1944. The club's youngest ever manager, McGillivray was in charge for eleven months, resigning in late 1945 when it was announced the club were looking for somebody from outside to manage. McGillivray had the misfortune to preside over United's record home defeat, a 9–1 loss to Aberdeen in February 1945.
He became Stirling Albion F.C.'s player coach in November 1945, leaving the club at end of the season. He later played five Eastern League games, scoring five times.
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