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Gordon Burns

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Date of Birth December 2, 1978
Age 43 years, 2 months, 5 days
Place of Birth Glasgow
Country United Kingdom
Profession Association Football Player
Horoscope Aquarius

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Gordon Burns Biography

Gordon Burns is a famous Association Football Player, who was born on December 2, 1978 in United Kingdom. Gordon Burns (born 2 December 1978) is a Scottish former professional footballer who played in the Scottish First Division for Ayr United. According to Astrologers, Gordon Burns's zodiac sign is Aquarius.

Burns enjoyed a brief spell at his hometown club Troon F.C. under Manager John Redmond during his rehabilitation from injury in 2000.

Next season, in February 1998, he was thrown in at the deep end by manager Gordon Dalziel as a versatile youngster in an Ayrshire derby match against Kilmarnock at Somerset Park, with the home side recording a famous 2-0 victory courtesy of an 83rd minute headed goal from Jim Dick & a beautiful lob from Ian Ferguson over the head of Killie keeper Gordon Marshall.

The club won the 2001–02 Scottish Second Division, finishing 8 points clear of Alloa Athletic in 2nd place, but it was a frustrating period for Burns who only made a solitary appearance.

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Burns was signed for Queen of the South by Manager John Connolly (Scottish footballer) in December 2001 to supplement a title-chasing squad.

Gordon Burns Net Worth

Gordon Burns is one of the richest Association Football Player & listed on most popular Association Football Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Gordon Burns net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Gordon Burns Net Worth & Salary
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Source of IncomeAssociation Football Player
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HouseLiving in own house.

“Burnsie” began his professional career with his local senior club Ayr United in July 1995 and made an early impact when he made his first team debut at the age of 17 against Berwick Rangers at Shielfield Park. He didn’t have to wait long for his first start either, which came at Somerset Park against Raith Rovers when he was just 18.

Burns was signed for Queen of the South by Manager John Connolly (Scottish footballer) in December 2001 to supplement a title-chasing squad.

After making 28 league appearances for the club, he was released in December 2001 seeking regular first-team football.

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In 1997, along with fellow starlets Keith Hogg, Neil Scally, Gareth “Bo” Armstrong and Joe Carruth, he enjoyed a spell on loan at Glenafton Athletic under Alan Rough which prepared him for the rough and tumble of Scottish football.

After completing a pre-season campaign with Forfar Athletic in the summer of 2002, Manager Neil Cooper decided against signing Burns permanently, but recommended him to Peterhead Manager Ian Wilson who was delighted to sign him up for the 2002-03 season. This was a hugely enjoyable season for Burns, as he was an integral part of the team who were chasing the Balmoor side’s first ever promotion, with the season ending in spectacular fashion as an incredible four sides went into the final day chasing the title. A 1–0 defeat away to Greenock Morton at a packed Cappielow saw Morton crowned champions and East Fife narrowly pip Peterhead to promotion.

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After 2 years out of the game due to work demands, Burns signed for his home-town team Troon in June 2007. Signed by Manager Michael O’Neill, it wasn’t long before Burnsie was named Club Captain as he enjoyed some of the best years of his career at Portland Park.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Association Football Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom. Gordon Burns celebrates birthday on December 2 of every year.

Burns rejected the offer of a new contract in order to concentrate on a new career, and left Abbey park in the summer of 2005.

After serving on the coaching staff under John Redmond following his retirement from playing, Burns formed part of the new management team with Jimmy Kirkwood when Redmond stepped down in March 2011 and the two oversaw a dramatic overhaul of the club and the playing staff with an emphasis on youth development & attractive football. Results were erratic to begin with, but the improvement was remarkable and a title push was well underway in season 2011-12 with the team narrowly missing out on the second promotion spot by one point. The club went one better in 2012-13, securing second place with weeks to spare after a season long title battle with Kilwinning Rangers and promotion back to the Super League was assured.

Season 2013-14 saw unprecedented success, as the club were crowned the Super League First Division Champions, Ayrshire Cup winners and were also West of Scotland Cup finalists.

Burns became manager of Troon in the summer of 2015, after Jimmy Kirkwood stepped aside due to work pressures, and he led them to their highest ever league finish in his first season in charge as well as an appearance in the Final of the Ardagh Cup. Following the club’s relegation from the West of Scotland Super League Premier Division, Burns stood down in May 2017 after 10 years at the club to spend more time with his family.

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