Charlie Adam Player Profile

Player Details



Playing History


Season Win % Draw % Loss %
1989-90 1 0 0 0 0.0% 0.0% 100.0%
1988-89 4 (2) 0 0 0 33.3% 16.7% 50.0%
Totals: 5 (2) 0


 Apps = First Team Appearances (Sub Appearances) | Gls = Goals
 GtGR = Goals to Games Ratio | W/D/L - Games won, drawn or lost as percentage of games played in
 Yel = Yellow Cards/Cautions | Red = Red Cards/Dismissals

 Recent First Team Starts
 23/08/89 3rd Round vs. Hamilton (A) 1 - 2
 13/05/89 Premier Division vs. Hamilton (H) 0 - 1
 29/04/89 Premier Division vs. Hibernian (A) 2 - 1
 22/04/89 Premier Division vs. Motherwell (H) 1 - 1
 08/04/89 Premier Division vs. Dundee (H) 2 - 1

 Recent First Team Goals
 None

 List of Goals Scored
None

 List of Games Played (click to expand)
 23/08/89 3rd Round vs. Hamilton (A)  1 - 2
 13/05/89 Premier Division vs. Hamilton (H)  0 - 1
 02/05/89 Premier Division vs. Rangers (A)  0 - 2
 29/04/89 Premier Division vs. Hibernian (A)  2 - 1
 22/04/89 Premier Division vs. Motherwell (H)  1 - 1
 08/04/89 Premier Division vs. Dundee (H)  2 - 1
 01/04/89 Premier Division vs. Aberdeen (A)  0 - 1


Biography


Born and bred in Fintry, Charlie began his career with Montrose in 1982 but dropped into the junior ranks with Downfield before signing for St Johnstone in 1985, then managed by former United player Ian Gibson. Making his debut in August, he played regularly for one season in the Second Division before he then moved on to Brechin City. During his three seasons at Glebe Park, he made a name for himself as a player that entertained the fans, scoring 35 goals in 100 matches.

Signed by Jim McLean for a fee of around £30,000 in March 1989, he made his debut as a substitute against Aberdeen at Pittodrie in April, before starting in the Dundee derby at Tannadice a week later. He played a handful of more games before the season finished, but after playing in a League Cup match at the start of the 1989-90 season, he was transferred to Partick Thistle in September 1989.

Less than three months later he joined Forfar Athletic, where he again became a regular during his two years there. He went to Arbroath in 1991 before returned to the juniors with St Joseph’s in 1994.





Debut (as sub)

April 1st, 1989
Aberdeen 1 - 0 Dundee United

League (Premier Division)

Full Debut

April 8th, 1989
Dundee United 2 - 1 Dundee

League (Premier Division)


Timeline


  • Date of Birth

    Charlie was born on this date in Dundee.

  • Signed For Dundee United

    Born and bred in Fintry, Charlie began his career with Montrose in 1982 but dropped into the junior ranks with Downfield before signing for St Johnstone in 1985, then managed by former United player Ian Gibson. Making his debut in August, he played regularly for one season in the Second Division before he then moved on to Brechin City. During his three seasons at Glebe Park, he made a name for himself as a player that entertained the fans, scoring 35 goals in 100 matches.

  • The third hurdle of what had been a tough week brought about exactly the same end product — a single goal defeat. The unwelcome treble also virtually killed off any hopes we had of winning a trophy this season.

  • Last Appearance - Hamilton 2 - 1 Dundee United

    Douglas Park was wet and wind-swept for this Skol Cup tie, which proved such a disappointment. There was early warning of the danger in prospect when the un-marked McKee headed past from a MacDonald cross after 20 minutes. Four minutes later there was no such luck when Stephen Carr hammered in a 25 yarder and the greasy ball slipped through Billy Thomson's hands. By way of reply Kevin Gallacher headed a Jimmy McInally cross past the near post. Three minutes later Freddy Van Der Hoorn brought out a fine save from Ferguson after his first effort from a free-kick had been blocked. The best chance to fall our way in the first period came two minutes before half-time. Maurice Malpas hoisted a high ball into the Accies half. Jim McInally sprung the offside trap but Ferguson advanced from goal to block Jimmy's shot on the edge of the box.