Andy McAtee

Celtic hero Andy McAtee was born in Cumbernauld on 2 July 1888, and passed away on 15 July 1956, aged 68.

Andy McAtee played in six championship-winning sides and won four Scottish Cup medals, a total that could possibly have been added to if the competition hadn’t been suspended during the First World War – a period when the Hoops won four titles in a row.

McAtee also played in four victorious Glasgow Cup finals, two successive double wins and in the last of those he scored the only goal of the game, a 1-0 win over Clyde in 1920.

The Charity Cup proved to be something of a forte for McAtee as between 1912 and 1918, Celtic won the trophy an amazing seven times in a row and the right winger played in the first six of those.

In season 1915/16, the Celts completed a grand slam of all three competitions up for grabs when they lifted the championship, the Glasgow Cup and the Charity Cup with McAtee winning all three medals.

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