Mike Galloway (né le 30 mai 1965 à Oswestry, Shropshire, Angleterre) est un ancien joueur de football international écossais.

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  • Mike Galloway (né le 30 mai 1965 à Oswestry, Shropshire, Angleterre) est un ancien joueur de football international écossais.
  • Mike Galloway (born 30 May 1965) is a retired football defender. He earned a single cap for the Scotland national football team in 1991.A player with an aggressive attitude to the game but with a skilful left foot. A hard-tackling and aggressive ball winner the red-haired Galloway started his career with Berwick and after spells at Mansfield Town and Halifax he moved to Tynecastle in the autumn of 1987. Galloway’s combatative performances for Hearts were a key reason why the Edinburgh side were able to push Celtic all the way during the 1987/88 season.Bhoys boss Billy McNeill turned to Galloway to add steel to his side and Mike would make his competitive debut in a 3-1 win at old club Hearts on August 12. He would be a regular feature in that first year with the club and despite a weight problem and some inconsistent performances which saw him in and out of the team he would earn a Scotland cap in October 1991.On his game he was an excellent midfield enforcer but at other times his slackness could be costly and as managers came and went at Parkhead a lack of discipline off the field saw Galloway lambasted by boss Lou Macari over missed training sessions.From that time on he was seldom more than a bit part player at Celtic Park and he eventually departed in 1995 for Leicester City. Serious injuries sustained in a car crash would end his football career.On April 27, 2011 he was appointed manager at East Of Scotland League Club Coldstream FC forseason 2011/12.[1]On June 15, 2011 he was appointed manager at Northern Alliance League Club Berwick United forseason 2011/12.[2]On September 22, 2013 Former Celtic and Hearts star Mike Galloway has been appointed manager of East of Scotland League side Eyemouth United F.C..[3]
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  • Mike Galloway (né le 30 mai 1965 à Oswestry, Shropshire, Angleterre) est un ancien joueur de football international écossais.
  • Mike Galloway (born 30 May 1965) is a retired football defender. He earned a single cap for the Scotland national football team in 1991.A player with an aggressive attitude to the game but with a skilful left foot. A hard-tackling and aggressive ball winner the red-haired Galloway started his career with Berwick and after spells at Mansfield Town and Halifax he moved to Tynecastle in the autumn of 1987.
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