Ally Donaldson (born 27 November 1943) is a Scottish former footballer who played for Tynecastle, Dundee, Falkirk, Hibernian and Raith Rovers, as a goalkeeper.
Ally Donaldson’s Dark Blue career spanned 14 years over two spells where he amassed 408 appearances for The Dee. He was part of the Dundee side to win the First Division title and promotion in 1979 and won two Scottish League caps and two Scotland Under-23 caps while at Dens.
The popular keeper played in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup semi-final against Leeds in 1968 and with 126 clean sheets he holds the Club’s clean sheet record and is the fifth goalkeeper to be inducted into the Dundee Hall of Fame after Pat Liney, Bill Brown Julian Speroni and Bobby Geddes.
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Player InfoDate Inducted 1970Award LegendsTown Born EdinburghDate BornDate Died
Player StatsJoined From Tynecastle FCShirt No' 1Position Goal KeeperGoals 0Appearances 408