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Paul Martin

Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2019 for his exploits as manager, Paul also played for the club making 43 appearances and scoring 2 goals between 1996 and 1998. As manager Paul led the club to promotion to League One and won two League 2 playoff finals. Paul managed the club for 192 games.

Paul Martin

Vic Kasule

Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2020, winger Vic played 132 games for the Rovers scoring 18 goals. Vic joined the Rovers in 1982 and stayed until his transfer to Meadowbank Thistle in 1986. A highly skilful player who is still fondly remembered at Cliftonhill, especially for scoring from a diving header outside the penalty box.

Vic Kasule

Tony Green

Inducted to the Hall of Fame in 2019, attacking midfielder Tony is considered to be one of the greatest Rovers players to have graced the Cliftonhill turf. Tony joined the Rovers in 1964 and stayed until his transfer to Blackpool in 1967. He went on to play for Newcastle and made 6 appearances for Scotland. In his time at Cliftonhill, Tony played 64 games for the Rovers, scoring 21 times. Tony has the great honour of being in the Hall of Fame at the 3 clubs he played for.

Tony Green

Scott Chaplain

Inducted to the Hall of Fame in 2018, midfielder Scott had 3 spells with the Rovers: 2005-2007, 2011-2012 and 2013-2015. In total he played 163 games and scored 60 goals in his time at Cliftonhill. In his time at the club Scott was in a League 2 playoff winning team and the League 2 Championship side of 2014-2015.

Scott Chaplain

John Smith

Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2018, lifelong fan John started supporting the Rovers during the Second World War and is one of the few supporters to remember the Rovers playing in top flight league football during season 1947-1948. John has witnessed two League Championship wins and has watched the Rovers through thick and thin. John is highly respected by his fellow supporters and is a fount of knowledge on all things Rovers.

John Smith

John Dillon

Inducted to the Hall of Fame, winger John played 145 games for the Rovers scoring 38 goals between 1964 and 1969. John had previously a spell of 3 seasons at Sunderland. John died in August 2019 at the age of 76. One of John’s greatest claims to fame was scoring four goals in a League Cup tie against Monkland rivals Airdrie in 1965.

John Dillon

Davie Provan

Inducted in 2018 to the Hall of Fame, Davie managed the Rovers for 4 years from 1987 to 1991. Davie put together a side who won the Second Division Championship in 1988-1989 season, ending a 55 year wait for a championship title. Davie died in August 2016 and his Hall of Fame award was accepted by his son Graeme.

Davie Provan

Ciaran Donnelly

Inducted to the Hall of Fame in 2020, midfielder/defender Ciaran played 286 games in his 10 years with the Rovers: 2005 to 2015. One of his greatest moments was scoring against Rangers at Ibrox in 2014 in a Scottish Cup quarter final. In his time at the club the Rovers won 2 League 2 playoff finals and won the League 2 Championship in 2014- 2015 season.

Ciaran Donnelly

Alan Reid

Inducted to the Hall of Fame in 2018, defender Alan Reid spent 12 seasons with the Rovers from 2006 to 2018, playing 345 games and scoring 4 goals. In his time at the club Rovers won two League 2 play-off finals and a League 2 Championship in season 2014-2015. Alan’s number of appearances is one of the highest for a player in the club’s history.

Alan Reid

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