It is farewell once more to a long serving Largs Thistle midfielder Graham Muir after an incredible 220 games for the club.

Club legend Graham was a surprise addition at the start of last season as he returned for his third spell after having moved to Premier rivals Kilbirnie Ladeside.
A roving box to box midfielder, the evergreen 'Ya Ya Muiry' as he was affectionately known by supporters, notched an impressive 49 goals for the club throughout his Thistle career.
He first joined Largs in the 2012-13 season after signing from Ardrossan Winton Rovers.
Muir was highly influential and also featured in the 2019 Scottish Junior Cup final - and one of this memorable highlights was a spectacular long range strike for Largs in 2013 in their Premiership play-off with Ashfield. He was also part of 'The Great Escape' as Largs went on an amazing run to escape relegation to the Ayrshire District League in 2015, and played his part in promotion winning sides, lifting the Ayrshire Weekly Press Cup in 2013 too.

Largs and Millport Weekly News: At Scottish Cup final with Largs in 2019At Scottish Cup final with Largs in 2019
His tricky fleet footed play led to him scoring a range of different kind of goals including some nifty angled strikes against the likes of Clydebank and Shotts Bon Accord over the years which were particularly memorable.
Last season he made six appearances for the Barrfields Club out of Thistle's eight fixtures which were played, and his shirt sponsors were Mapes of Millport and The McKillop family of Largs.
Graham also supported club fundraiser's including last season's club cycle round the Isle of Cumbrae.
The club issued a statement: "Thank you for everything, Graham. After seven seasons, 220 games, and 49 goals, Graham Muir is moving on. 
"You will always be a Largs legend. Thank you for everything, and stay safe."

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