Richard Macadie

Full Name:
Richard Macadie
Team:
Wick Academy

(9th April 1987) - Midfield - Started with the club on loan from Ross County under Manager Alistair Budge. Made his league debut against Huntly on the 2nd of August 2003. Played with Academy for most of that season before returning to Ross County. Was released from Ross County in season 2006/07 and was brought back to Wick Academy by the new manager at that time Peter Budge. Talented young attacking midfielder with good pace and great close ball control. Richard likes nothing better than getting forward and scoring goals. Has been a valuable addition to the squad and is a player the fans have taken too with his drive and determination to be successful. In season 2006/07 Richard was voted joint players' player, supporters' player and young player of the year. In season 2008/09 he also picked up the season's supporters' player of the year award and the prestigious Highland Year player of the year award.  In season 2010\11 he swept the boards being awarded the supporters' and players' player of the year, as well as the Club's golden boot scoring a total of 28 goals. He was in red hot form last season and again picked up the golden boot award with a total of 27 competitive goals and in total has scored over 100 competitive goals for Academy. 

Played matches 33
Goals 15
Yellow 0
2nd Yellow 0
Red 0
Red Card Total 0
Own Goal 0

Latest Wick News

  • Tuesday 3rd January – Inverurie 1 Wick 3

    Sam Mackay produced an outstanding performance as Wick Academy spoiled Inverurie Locos’ new year party as the club announced the arrival of manager Neil Cooper. The home side were lucky to keep all 11 players on the pitch as Stephen Jeffrey launched himself into a nasty looking tackle on Danny MacKay, with both players emerging from the following scuffle with just bookings against their name. As both sides enjoyed their share of possession, Inverurie produced the first opportunity on goal...

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  • Saturday 24th September - Dalbeattie Star 1 Wick Academy 3

    Wick manager Gordon Connelly believes his side were worthy winners of their Scottish Cup first-round tie at Dalbeattie Star. The hosts finished the game with nine men, as Lewis Sloan was dismissed early in the second half, before Connor Graham was sent off in injury-time having received his second caution. Academy were two goals up at the break thanks to a strong performance in the opening 45 minutes and although Star pulled back a goal after the interval, Steven Anderson’s late strike capped...

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  • Wick go top of the league while Huntly slip to bottom

    Huntly 0 Wick Academy 2 Goals either side of half-time saw Wick Academy go top of the league table while results elsewhere put Huntly at the bottom.Huntly welcomed back midfielder Murray McCulloch while Adam McNamee came back in for a start. Wick made changes from the side which put seven past Rothes last week with Grant Steven coming in for the injured Sam MacKay.

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  • Golspie 0 Wick Academy 4

    Wick Academy progressed into the quarter finals of the North of Scotland cup with a comfortable four nil victory over North Caledonian outfit Golspie Sutherland.   Academy stamped their authority on the game early & retained possession very well with goalmouth action few & far between.   Wick broke the deadlock on 13 minutes from the penalty spot after Davie Allan was brought to the ground by Arran Christie and Richard Macadie placed the ball into the bottom right hand corner leaving Bokas with no...

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