Partick Thistle and Ross County pay tribute to Adam Strachan who has died aged 35

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Tributes have been paid to a proficient former Partick Thistle and Ross County participant who has died at 35 years outdated.

Midfielder Adam Strachan was simply 16 years outdated when he made his Partick debut in 2004 which noticed him named man of the match in opposition to Livingston.

After 4 years and over 70 appearances for the Jags, Strachan moved to Ross County in 2008 and later performed for a number of totally different golf equipment together with Arbroath, Albion Rovers, Dumbarton and Stenhousemuir.

Glasgow Times: Pictured: Adam Strachan has passed away aged 35Pictured: Adam Strachan has handed away aged 35

He then took to Junior Soccer with three years spent at Lowland League membership East Kilbride in addition to stints for Glenafton Athletic and BSC Glasgow.

Throughout a league sport with BSC in opposition to Whitehill Welfare he suffered a severe ankle damage which is assumed to have ended his soccer profession.

The circumstances surrounding Strachan’s dying should not but identified.

Following the information of his passing yesterday former membership bosses and teammates have been sharing heartfelt tributes on social media.

Partick Thistle stated: “Everybody at Partick Thistle Soccer Membership is vastly saddened to study of the passing of our former participant, Adam Strachan, on the age of 35.

“The ideas of everybody linked with Partick Thistle FC are with Adam and his household at this dreadfully unhappy time.”

Glasgow Times: Pictured: Partick's Adam Strachan (L), William Snowdon (C) and Marc Smyth celebrate their win during the Tennent's Scottish Cup fourth round replay match at Firhill, Glasgow, Wednesday February 15, 2006. Credit: Danny Lawson/PAPictured: Partick’s Adam Strachan (L), William Snowdon (C) and Marc Smyth rejoice their win in the course of the Tennent’s Scottish Cup fourth spherical replay match at Firhill, Glasgow, Wednesday February 15, 2006. Credit score: Danny Lawson/PA

Ross County stated: “Ross County are unhappy to study of the passing of former participant Adam Strachan. Adam spent two seasons in Dingwall making over 50 appearances. Our ideas are with Adam’s household, pals and family members at the moment “

Former East Kilbride teammate Sean Winter paid his respects on Twitter saying: “Can’t consider the information I’m listening to about Adam Strachan. Completely gutted at this. The man was severely misunderstood and the most effective gamers I ever performed with”.

Ex-Falkirk defender Thomas Scobbie remembered Strachan fondly saying: “Managed to have a couple of camps with Adam Strachan with the Scotland U19/21s.

“Man had large expertise however a fair greater, infectious character.

“Ideas and prayers exit to Adams household and pals at this troublesome time.”

Tons of of Soccer followers have been sharing their very own messages of assist with many shocked to listen to of his passing at such a younger age.

One stated: “Horrible information, far too younger! Ideas with the household and remembering his time at Thistle, boy might play.

One other added: “Boy had all the power within the world. RIP Adam Strachan”.



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