Carluke Rovers FC
Carluke Rovers have had a few famous players in it past. Click on the Wikipedia icon to view a bit more about these men.

Button - Wikipedia John “Darkie” Cumming
After leaving Carluke John went on to spent his whole professional club career at Hearts, playing some 612 matches and scoring 58 goals, he became the most decorated players in Hearts history. The John Cumming Stadium is named in his honour.
Button - Wikipedia William Angus
William Angus was a Victoria cross winner in the first world war had played senior level for Celtic. Upon returning to Carluke following the war William became president of Carluke Rovers FC a position he held until his death in 1959.
Button - Wikipedia Lee McCulloch
Lee started his career at Cumernauld United before moving onto Motherwell, Wigan and Rangers where he is today. It was during his time at Motherwell he was loaned out for a period to play for the Rovers.
Button - Wikipedia John Friar
After leaving Carluke Rovers, the Cambusnethan born right-winger John moved on to play for Bradford City, Hibernian, Portsmouthm Port Vale and several other English clubs.
Button - Wikipedia James King
Craineuk born John was a Scottish Internationalist who spent the majority of his playng career with Hamilton Academical. The then Hamilton manager, Willie McAndrew took him from Carluke Rovers. James played agaionst Rangers for Hamilton in the 1935 Scottish Cup final and also made 2 appearances for Scotland.
Button - Wikipedia Ambrose “Jock” Mulraney
A local Wishaw lad who started out his junior career with Wishaw White Rose, moving onto Carluke Rovers before moving to Celtic, unable to break into the first team “Jock” moved south to Dartford and several other English clubs including Birmingham and Aston Villa.
Button - Wikipedia John Prentice
After playing for Carluke, John signed for Hearts where he played for 7 years, the remainder of his playing career seen him play for Ranger, Falkirk & Dumbarton.
John then moved into management with several clubs. This also included a period of 4 games as Scotland manager.