FORMER Clydebank midfielder Jimmy Lumsden was inducted into the Clydebank FC Hall of Fame at the weekend.

He joined illustrious inductees including Davie Cooper, Ken Eadie and Jim Fallon at Clydebank’s Annual Sporting Dinner at Clydebank and District Golf Club.

Lumsden played for the Bankies during 1975-78, appearing 116 times for the club and scoring on seven occasions.

In his first season he helped the Bankies to back-to-back promotions, finishing top of the old Division Two in 1976 and second in Division One to gain promotion to the Premier Division.

After retiring, Lumsden went on to become Eddie Gray’s assistant manager at Leeds, later joining David Moyes at Preston North End as a first team coach.

He followed Moyes in his next jobs to both Everton and Manchester United.