Willie McLean (footballer, born 1935)
|Date of birth||2 April 1935|
|Place of birth||Larkhall, Scotland|
|1956||Hamilton Academical (trialist)||1||(0)|
|1961–1962||Queen of the South||46||(10)|
|1973–1975||Queen of the South|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Queen of the South
McLean was part of the 1961/62 George Farm managed Queen of the South side that won promotion to the top division of Scottish football. As well as player/manager Farm, McLean was a teammate of Neil Martin, Jim Patterson and Iain McChesney.
McLean returned to Dumfries in the 1970s, this time as manager. In 1975 his second-place finish was only denied promotion to the top division of Scottish football by league reconstruction. He left Palmerston Park that summer and was replaced by Mike Jackson.