Adam McLean

Read all the news about Celtic hero Adam McLean. Adam McLean was born in Glasgow on 27 April 1899. Died 29 July 1973, aged 74

Adam McLean was a Scottish footballer who played for Celtic, Sunderland, Aberdeen, and Partick Thistle. An outside-left, he was an integral part of the Celtic team of the 1920s. He provided many assists to Jimmy McGrory, the greatest British goalscorer of all time. In August 1928, after a dispute over terms, he left Celtic Park reluctantly for Sunderland before returning north again with Aberdeen. During the 1933 close season he was transferred to Partick Thistle.

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The Celtic Star · Mar 26, 2018

‘Left winger Adam McLean’s goal settled a closely fought semi-final, he scored 138 times for Celtic,’ Jim Craig

On the Scottish Cup run of 1927, Celtic took two attempts to get past Queen of the South, in round one, a 0-0 draw at Palmerston Park in Dumfries followed by a 4-1 win at Parkhead...

The Celtic Star · Mar 26, 2018
TalkCeltic · Apr 27, 2012

And They Gave Us... McGrory’s Wizards

And They Gave Us McGrory’s Wizards The Legend of Adam McLean and Tommy McInally Adam McLean & Tommy McInally There is little doubt that wingers are the entertainers of the game...

TalkCeltic · Apr 27, 2012
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