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Jimmy Robertson (born 17 December 1944 in Cardonaldmarker, Glasgowmarker) is a Scottishmarker former football.

Robertson began his career at Middlesbrough Juniors before joining Cowdenbeath. He joined St Mirren in 1962 where he featured in 54 matches and scoring on 12 occasions. Robertson was bought by Tottenham Hotspur in 1964 for £25,000. A right winger, he made a total 181 appearances in all competitions including four as substitute for the club and scored 31 goals, including the first goal in the 1967 FA Cup Final against Chelsea. There he also won his one and only cap for Scotland against Wales in October 1964.

He joined Arsenal in 1968, in part exchange for David Jenkins, making him one of the few players to play for both Arsenal and Tottenham. Robertson featured often for Arsenal in his two years there, playing 19 league matches in 1968-69 and 27 in 1969-70, but Arsenal manager Bertie Mee made it clear he preferred George Armstrong to play on the wing and accepted a bid for Robertson from Ipswich Town in March 1970. In total Robertson played 55 games for Arsenal, scoring 8 goals.

Robertson played for Ipswich for two years before going to Stoke City, Walsall and finally Crewe Alexandramarker. In 1976 and 1977, he played for the Seattle Sounders of the North American Soccer League.

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