Malcolm GOLDIE

Born in Scotland. Goldie arrived in the United States, from Scottish club Clydebank, in the summer of 1922 and almost immediately became one of the top wingers in the game. Goldie played six seasons with Bethlehem Steel often supplying the passes which led to Archie Stark's record goalscoring feats. He helped the Steelers win the ASL championship in 1926-27 and in addition to supplying the ammunition for Stark scored ten goals himself. He was also a mmeber of the National Challenge Cup winning team in 1926. He moved on to Fall River for the 1928-29 season and later played for New Bedford and Pawtucket. Goldie represented the United States against Canada in 1925 and at the conclusion of his playing career coached at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for ten years.

Source: Colin Jose, Historian, National Soccer Hall of Fame

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