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Military Officers Association of America awards in Washington
Country singer Toby Keith (L) shakes hands with Rep. John McHugh (R-NY) during the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) awards ceremony on Capitol Hill in Washington on April 21, 2009. Keith will accept a MOAA Distinguished Service Award and McHugh will accept a MOAA Congressional Leadership Award. (UPI Photo/Alexis C. Glenn)
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John McHugh is a former Scottish footballer.

McHugh began his senior career with Clyde in 1961. He went on to become a stalwart of the team, making 450 competitive appearances for the Glasgow club in 14 years, scoring 19 goals. McHugh was called up to the Scottish international team, but didn't win a cap.

McHugh left Clyde in 1975, and joined Forfar Athletic, where he stayed for two years, making 77 appearances, scoring 1 goal. He retired in 1977, having clocked up 527 senior career appearances and 20 goals.

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