William M. "Bill" Raisbeck was a Scottish professional association football player at the turn of the twentieth century. Born in Wallacetown, South Ayrshire, he began his career with Larkhall Thistle before going on to Hibernian and Clyde. In 1896 he travelled south of the border to join Sunderland, but left the club without ever playing a match and returned to Scotland, where he played for Royal Albert and once again for Clyde. In 1898 he joined Sunderland again, and this time made 67 appearances in The Football League, scoring three goals. In 1901 he joined Derby County, but made only three appearances. In 1902 he joined New Brompton of the Southern League, where he played for two seasons, making over 60 appearances. His last known club was Reading.

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  • William M. "Bill" Raisbeck was a Scottish professional association football player at the turn of the twentieth century. Born in Wallacetown, South Ayrshire, he began his career with Larkhall Thistle before going on to Hibernian and Clyde. In 1896 he travelled south of the border to join Sunderland, but left the club without ever playing a match and returned to Scotland, where he played for Royal Albert and once again for Clyde. In 1898 he joined Sunderland again, and this time made 67 appearances in The Football League, scoring three goals. In 1901 he joined Derby County, but made only three appearances. In 1902 he joined New Brompton of the Southern League, where he played for two seasons, making over 60 appearances. His last known club was Reading. (en)
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  • William M. "Bill" Raisbeck was a Scottish professional association football player at the turn of the twentieth century. Born in Wallacetown, South Ayrshire, he began his career with Larkhall Thistle before going on to Hibernian and Clyde. In 1896 he travelled south of the border to join Sunderland, but left the club without ever playing a match and returned to Scotland, where he played for Royal Albert and once again for Clyde. In 1898 he joined Sunderland again, and this time made 67 appearances in The Football League, scoring three goals. In 1901 he joined Derby County, but made only three appearances. In 1902 he joined New Brompton of the Southern League, where he played for two seasons, making over 60 appearances. His last known club was Reading. (en)
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