Authentic Signed Frank McLintock Photos, Frames, Mounts and Displays
Frank McLintock MBE is a former Scotland international footballer and football manager. He also worked as a sports agent and football pundit in his later life.
He began his career with English First Division club Leicester City in December 1956. He played in two League Cup final defeats before he was sold to Arsenal for £80,000 in October 1964. He had a poor start to his career at Arsenal, though he did feature in two more League Cup final defeats, but he found success at the club after being switched from centre-half to centre-back in 1969. Appointed as captain he led the club to their first European trophy, the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup in 1970. The following season, 1970–71, he captained Arsenal to the Double, as they won the league and the FA Cup. He was sold to Queens Park Rangers in June 1973 for a fee of £25,000, and helped the club to finish as First Division runners-up in 1975–76 before he announced his retirement in May 1977. He scored a total of 66 goals in 766 league and cup games in a 20-year professional career, and won nine caps for Scotland in an eight-year international career.