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Graham Weir : biography

10 July 1984 -

Graham Weir (born on 10 July 1984 in Harthill, Scotland) is a Scottish football player. He currently plays for Stirling Albion.


Raith Rovers

  • Scottish Second Division: 1


Weir started his career at Heart Of Midlothian, making his senior debut in 2002 in a match away to Aberdeen. During his Hearts career his goals-to-games ratio was unremarkable, although he is noted for scoring two goals in the last minute of added time against Hibernian in the Edinburgh Derby of 2 January 2003. Hibernian scored 2 late goals in 89th and 92nd minutes to go 4–2 up. However, the 2 goals by Graham Weir in the last 42 seconds of injury time marked an even more dramatic comeback by the Hearts, for a final score of 4–4.

In January 2006 Weir was loaned to First Division club Queen of the South until the end of the season. The loan deal was subsequently made permanent and he spent the 2006–07 season with the Dumfries club before joining Raith Rovers in June 2007.

He secured promotion for Raith Rovers, as champions, to the First Division on 2 May 2009 with the only goal against Queen's Park at Hampden.

After a spell with Brechin City he joined Stirling Albion in January 2012.

His brother is Steven Weir, the former Livingston, East Fife and Arbroath striker who recently joined Graham at Stirling Albion.

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