Dumbarton born outside left Malcolm Goldie joined Clydebank in 1915 and helped them gain promotion to the Scottish First Division two years later. They stayed in the First Division until they were relegated in 1921-22, whereafter Goldie joined the exodus to the nascent US Soccer Leagues, joining Bethlehem Steel and playing nearly 200 games for them over the next eight years, scoring over 50 goals. Goldie took US citizenship and earned one cap with the US national team in a 6-1 win over Canada on 8th November 1925. He also won the National Challenge Cup in 1926 and the League title in 1927 with Bethlehem. He played for three other US clubs before coaching MIT’s soccer team until the Second World War.