Notts County's Braveheart Iain McCulloch features in our Throwback Thursday this week…
The former Notts striker was one of the key players in a fantastic era in the club's history, leading the Magpies to promotion to Division One.
A true fans favourite, he was 100% committed every time he put the Notts shirt on and he could score a goal or two too!
Playing either on the wing or upfront, he created a great partnership with Trevor Christie, the pair helping the Magpies gain promotion to the top flight in 1979.80.
A scorer of crucial goals including the final goal in that season and the first the following year, famously at Villa Park.
The Kilmarnock-born forward played 259 times for Notts and scored 54 times.
Here is pictured winning the Player of the Year award in 1981.82.
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