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(For other people named Alex Smith, see Alex Smith (disambiguation).) Alexander Smith (7 November 1876 – 12 November 1954) was a Scottish footballer who played as a winger for Rangers and the Scotland national team. Born in Darvel, Smith signed for Rangers in April 1894 from local side Darvel F.C. and stayed with the Ibrox club for 21 years until retiring in 1915. He was part of Rangers' domestic treble winning team of 1897, and played in 69 of the club's 74 matches during their run of four consecutive Scottish championships.

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  • Alexander Smith, couramment appelé Alex Smith, est un footballeur international écossais, né le 7 novembre 1876, à Darvel, East Ayrshire et mort le 12 novembre 1954. Il évolue au poste d'ailier gauche et est principalement connu pour avoir joué 21 saisons aux Rangers FC, seul club qu'il ait connu au niveau professionnel. Il fait partie du Rangers FC Hall of Fame. Il compte 20 sélections pour 3 buts inscrits en équipe d'Écosse.
  • (For other people named Alex Smith, see Alex Smith (disambiguation).) Alexander Smith (7 November 1876 – 12 November 1954) was a Scottish footballer who played as a winger for Rangers and the Scotland national team. Born in Darvel, Smith signed for Rangers in April 1894 from local side Darvel F.C. and stayed with the Ibrox club for 21 years until retiring in 1915. He was part of Rangers' domestic treble winning team of 1897, and played in 69 of the club's 74 matches during their run of four consecutive Scottish championships.
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  • Alexander Smith, couramment appelé Alex Smith, est un footballeur international écossais, né le 7 novembre 1876, à Darvel, East Ayrshire et mort le 12 novembre 1954. Il évolue au poste d'ailier gauche et est principalement connu pour avoir joué 21 saisons aux Rangers FC, seul club qu'il ait connu au niveau professionnel. Il fait partie du Rangers FC Hall of Fame. Il compte 20 sélections pour 3 buts inscrits en équipe d'Écosse.
  • (For other people named Alex Smith, see Alex Smith (disambiguation).) Alexander Smith (7 November 1876 – 12 November 1954) was a Scottish footballer who played as a winger for Rangers and the Scotland national team. Born in Darvel, Smith signed for Rangers in April 1894 from local side Darvel F.C. and stayed with the Ibrox club for 21 years until retiring in 1915. He was part of Rangers' domestic treble winning team of 1897, and played in 69 of the club's 74 matches during their run of four consecutive Scottish championships. Smith received 20 caps in total for Scotland during his career, as well as representing the Scottish League XI 14 times. He returned to his native Darvel at the end of his footballing career, to work in a lace-making business in which he was a partner.
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