High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! James Curran Baxter (29
September 1939 - 14 April 2001) was a left-footed Scottish
midfielder who is regarded by some as the country's greatest ever
football player. Born and educated in Fife, Baxter started his
professional career at Raith Rovers before moving to Glasgow club
Rangers for a Scottish record transfer fee in 1960. "Slim Jim"
helped Rangers to win ten trophies between 1960 and 1965. However
he started drinking heavily during a four-month layoff caused by a
leg fracture in December 1964, his fitness suffered, and he was
transferred to Sunderland in summer 1965.
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