Walsall player 170. Gary Wales


Gary Wales (born 4 January 1979 in Livingston, Scotland) is a Scottish professional footballer currently without a club.
Wales, a striker, started his career at Hamilton. In 35 games he scored 11 goals before moving to Hearts for £50,000. In five years at Tynecastle, Wales scored 17 goals in 92 appearances. He was then sent out on loan to Walsall, scoring once against Nottingham Forest, before subsequently signing for Gillingham (scoring once against Coventry City) and then Kilmarnock, where he was re-united with former Hearts manager Jim Jefferies.After leaving Kilmarnock in the summer of 2008, Wales signed a short-term deal with Raith Rovers. Wales settled to become a regular goalscorer. In April 2009, with Raith he won the Scottish Second Division championship,

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Wales left the club to pursue an opportunity in Australia.
Towards the end of May 2009, Wales teamed up with Robbie Fowler and North Queensland Fury on their pre-season tour of Singapore, but will join another A-League club on the club’s return to Australia.

Senior career
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1997-1999 Hamilton Academical 35 (11)
1999-2004 Heart of Midlothian 92 (17)
2004 Walsall (loan) 7 (1)
2004 Gillingham 6 (1)
2004-2008 Kilmarnock 106 (16)
2008-2009 Raith Rovers 14 (8)
2009-2010 Richmond SC 10 (1)
2010 Green Gully SC
2010- Raith Rovers 7 (0)
National team
2000 Scotland U21 2 (0)

 

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