Inducted in 2017
Clubs: Morton, Hibernian, Linfield.
A local legend and prolific goal scorer with Morton, Allan McGraw started his career at Renfrew Juniors, spending three years there, before joining the Greenock club in 1961. He quickly became a hero to the Morton fans due to his goal scoring exploits and was the club’s top scorer for five consecutive seasons. In season 1963-64 McGraw hit a remarkable 58 goals in 48 games for the Cappielow club, gaining the accolade of being the top goal scorer in Britain.
Thanks in no small measure to his goals, Morton became League Cup finalists in 1963 and won the Second Division title in 1964. McGraw made a total of 176 appearances for Morton and scored a remarkable 140 goals before moving to Hibernian in 1966. After three seasons with Hibs, McGraw had a short spell at Linfield before finishing his career back at Morton. As a player, coach and manager Allan enjoyed a 36 year association with the Cappielow Park club.