William Morgan (born 2 October 1944) is a Scottish former professional footballer.
|Full name||William Morgan|
|Date of birth||2 October 1944|
|Place of birth||Sauchie, Alloa, Scotland|
|1977||→ Chicago Sting (loan)||20||(3)|
|1978–1980||→ Minnesota Kicks (loan)||65||(4)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
A winger, Morgan started his career with Burnley, making his first-team debut against Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough in 1963. He took over from John Connelly who was transferred to Manchester United and scored his first Burnley goal, when he scored twice in a Boxing Day demolition of Manchester United in a 6–1 win at Turf Moor.
He was transferred to Manchester United early in the 1968/9 League season, after Utd's John Aston had broken a leg. He scored 34 goals for United and led them to promotion in 1975 after one season in the Second Division. He played in the World Cup Finals of 1974, which took place in West Germany.
With Steve Coppell's signing in 1975, Morgan lost his place in the Manchester United team and returned to Burnley. His second spell at Turf Moor lasted less than a year. He moved to Bolton Wanderers, enjoying a successful spell at Burnden Park before finishing his career at Blackpool.
|1||18 October 1972||Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark||Denmark||1–4||Win||1974 FIFA WC qual.|
|Correct as of 7 October 2015|