|Date of birth||28 May 1977|
|Place of birth||Dunfermline, Scotland|
|Dundonald Bluebell (assistant manager)|
|1999–2002||Hill of Beath Hawthorn|
|2003–2004||Hill of Beath Hawthorn|
|2009–2010||Hill of Beath Hawthorn|
|2010||Ballingry Rovers (player/manager)|
|2014||Ballingry Rovers (player/manager)|
|2014–2016||Lochore Welfare (player/manager)|
|2018–||Dundonald Bluebell (manager/assistant manager)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 17:10, 14 December 2019 (UTC)|
Dair began his career with Rangers but never made a competitive appearance for the Ibrox club. He joined Raith Rovers in August 1997, succeeding his brother Jason who had just left Rovers for Millwall. After trial appearances for Cowdenbeath and Partick Thistle, Dair joined East Fife in November 1998.
After a brief spell as player-manager in 2010, Dair was appointed as manager of Ballingry for a second time in June 2014 but resigned the following October. He became manager of fellow Fife side Lochore Welfare later the same month before leaving this position in the summer of 2016.
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