Gerry Gow, Scottish footballer, Died at 64

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Gerry Gow was born on May 29, 1952, and died on October 10, 2016.

He was a footballer.

Gow played for Bristol City in the 1970s, making 375 appearances for them in The Football League.

He made his debut for Bristol City in 1970 at the age of 17.

Gerry was a member of the side which achieved promotion in 1976 to the First Division.

Gow left Bristol City aged 28 following the team’s relegation to the Second Division in 1980.

Following his time at Bristol City he played for Manchester City, appearing in the 1981 FA Cup Final, and Rotherham United, before transferring to Burnley in August 1983.

Then, he moved to Yeovil Town where he was player-manager for a time.

Additionally, in 2012 Bristol City granted Gow a retrospective testimonial , when a Legends team played against a Manchester City Legends side.

Gerry Gow was also mentioned in the song ‘This One’s for Now’ by the band Half Man Half Biscuit on their album Urge For Offal.

He died due to cancer.

Gerry Gow passed away at 64 years old.

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