Thomas 'Tully' Craig (18 July 1895 – 21 June 1963) was a Scottish footballer who is best known for his time with Rangers. He was a versatile player who could play up front, in midfield or defence.
Craig was born in Laurieston and began his at Celtic in 1919 before moving to Alloa Athletic three years later. He then joined Rangers in 1923 for a fee of seven hundred and fifty pounds. Whilst at Ibrox Stadium he won; five League championships, two Scottish Cup, two Glasgow Cup and four Charity Cups. He retired from football in 1935.
Craig won eight Scotland caps between 1927 and 1930.
After his retirement he went on to manage both Falkirk from 1935 to 1950 and Linfield for a season.
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