Malcolm Adams

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Malcolm Adams is a Scottish former professional footballer. He was born in Rothesay and grew up in Dumfries.

Adams started as an 'S' form before debuting in professional football in 1984 with Ayr United as did school friend David Purdie. Adams scored 8 goals from his 29 league appearances. After two season in Ayr he then played one league game for Queen of the South during his season at Palmerston Park. His last season in senior football was the season after when he played in two league games for Stranraer F.C.[1] Adams then dropped into Scottish junior football.

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