|Full name||Gary Muir|
|Date of birth||15 December 1985|
|Place of birth||Glasgow, Scotland|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)|
|Playing position||Midfielder (Left, Centre, Right) / Full Back (Left, Right)|
|–||Partick Thistle, Greenock Morton|
|2007–2008||University of Hartford|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Gary Muir (born 15 December 1985 in Glasgow) is a Scottish professional footballer currently the Captain of Floriana FC in the Maltese Premier League. Muir holds experience as a footballer in Europe and both North and South America.
After playing in Scotland during his teenage years, Muir moved to the United States to develop his playing career and was uniquely awarded a 100% scholarship fund. A successful 4 years in the USA began as Captain of the Louisburg College Hurricanes for two seasons in North Carolina, leading to Captaincy at the University of Hartford in Connecticut.
In 2005, he was awarded All-American status in the NJCAA, named in the Division I All-Region team, and also selected for the Mid-Atlantic district team. Muir took the Hurricanes to the semi-finals in the NJCAA Championships and received the Regional Player of the Year Award, as well as being named the Most Valuable Player of the season.
In 2006 Muir signed for the University of Hartford by Ex-Portugal, Benfica and Porto coach Dan Gaspar at the US National College Championships. 2006 saw Muir playing in all 17 games, scoring 3 goals and assisting on 6 occasions. He was also named Most Valuable Player at the Hartwick College Invitational.
Muir originally was invited back to Scotland to sign and play in the first eleven at Livingston for manager Mark Proctor in 2007, however, the sale of the club prevented the deal moving forward and Muir featured for Stirling Albion in the Scottish First Division for the remainder of the 2007–08 season.
Signing for Irish Premiership side Lisburn Distillery in 2008 proved to be an important move in Muir's career after being offered deals from a variety of clubs in the Scottish first and second divisions. Muir was an important player for Distillery starting every game, scoring 13 goals, assisting on 15 occasions and was awarded 11 Man of the Match awards. He also scored his first senior football hatrick at the club. Distillery finished fourth in the IPL, qualifying for the preliminary qualification rounds of the UEFA Europa League.
An impressive season attracted interest from various clubs in the UK and Ireland, but a foot fracture sidelined him for four months and delayed a move forward. After recovering, the unexpected sacking of Lisburn manager Paul Kirk, Muir returned to Scotland with Clyde in September 2009, however, this was only to be short term before heading back across the water to play at Ballymena United for the remainder or the 2009/2010 season. 
In 2010 Muir signed for Airdrie United in the Scottish First Division and at the end of the season was approached and offered an exceptional deal to play in Central America (Guatemala) with US coach Jeffrey Korytoski at Antigua GFC. During another season of multiple goals and assists Muir scored a memorable second career hatrick.
With head coach Korytoski deciding to move on from his post after changes in the clubs ownership, Muir signed for Vittoriosa Stars in Malta. Finishing the remainder of the 2011/2012 campaign at the Stars, Muir made a huge impact bringing the club from 11th position in the league table up to 5th – eleven undefeated games, scoring five goals and providing seven assists.
In the 2012/13 season, Muir played an influential role at Vittoriosa Stars winning promotion to the Premier division, scoring 9 goals and assisting on 15 occasions.
2013/14 saw Muir move to the most successful club in Maltese history, Floriana FC, after agreeing a deal with ex-Liverpool youth coach Ian Dawes. Playing multiple roles in both attack and defence, Muir has been an influential leader for the club. In August 2013 he was a significant performer during the clubs AME Cup triumph.
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