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Born: 09 April 1890
1. Came from: Bedlay Juniors Went to: Career interrupted by WW1
1. First game: 15 November 1913 Last game: 01 May 1915
2. Came from: Career interrupted by WW1 Went to: Exeter City
2. First game: 30 August 1919 Last game: 24 February 1923
Appearances: 136 (136/0) Goals: 22
Born in Coatbridge, near Glasgow in 1891, Gallogley began his career with local side Bedlay Juniors. In 1913 he was spotted by Bob Jack and moved south to join Argyle, where he spent the next six seasons, either side of the war. An inside-forward who could play on both the right and left side, Gallogley was described by the club handbook as being a player who "has fine command over the ball and passes judiciously. He is also dashing and strong and should develop into a tip-topper".
During the war he returned north of the border and played as a guest for Airdrieonians, Albion Rovers and Vale of Levan, before returning to Home Park and resuming his position in the first-team as Argyle entered the Football League. After the 1922-23 campaign, with his opportunities becoming more limited, he moved on to Exeter City, where he played for a single season, scoring once in 21 games. He ended his career back in his native Scotland with spells at Queen of the South and Albion Rovers.
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APPEARANCE DETAILS [reselect competitions]
The details below reflect appearances in the following selected competitions: Southern & Western Leagues, Football League, FA Cup, League Cup, Minor Cups
Excluded: Football League (1939), War Leagues
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The following publications have been particularly valuable in the research of pen-pictures: Plymouth Argyle, A Complete Record 1903-1989 (Brian Knight, ISBN 0-907969-40-2); Plymouth Argyle, 101 Golden Greats (Andy Riddle, ISBN 1-874287-47-3); Football League Players' Records 1888-1939 (Michael Joyce, ISBN 1-899468-67-6); Football League Players' Records 1946-1988 (Barry Hugman, ISBN 1-85443-020-3) and Plymouth Argyle Football Club Handbooks.
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