Alexander Stuart (born 8 August 1940) is a Scottish former footballer and manager who played as a left-back. Beginning his career in 1958 with Dundee, Stuart went on to spend ten years at Dens Park, winning the Scottish Football League in 1961-62 and gaining a Scottish Cup runners-up medal two years later. In 1969, Stuart moved to city rivals Dundee United but left within the year to become player/manager at Montrose. Stuart spent six years at Links Park.

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  • Alexander Stuart (born 8 August 1940) is a Scottish former footballer and manager who played as a left-back. Beginning his career in 1958 with Dundee, Stuart went on to spend ten years at Dens Park, winning the Scottish Football League in 1961-62 and gaining a Scottish Cup runners-up medal two years later. In 1969, Stuart moved to city rivals Dundee United but left within the year to become player/manager at Montrose. Stuart spent six years at Links Park. He moved to succeed Ally MacLeod at Premier Division side Ayr United in 1975-76 season. He kept the part-time side in the top flight for two seasons. He had a short, final managerial spell with St Johnstone at the end of the 1970s. Stuart went on to become a sports administrator, working on a project for Dundee and Dundee United to share a youth academy. He is now retired. (en)
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  • Alexander Stuart (born 8 August 1940) is a Scottish former footballer and manager who played as a left-back. Beginning his career in 1958 with Dundee, Stuart went on to spend ten years at Dens Park, winning the Scottish Football League in 1961-62 and gaining a Scottish Cup runners-up medal two years later. In 1969, Stuart moved to city rivals Dundee United but left within the year to become player/manager at Montrose. Stuart spent six years at Links Park. (en)
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