Bertie Peacock

Read all the news about Celtic hero Bertie Peacock. Bertie Peacock was born in Coleraine, N Ireland on 29 September 1928. Died 22 July 2004, aged 75

After starting his career with local side Coleraine F.C., Peacock moved on to Belfast club Glentoran in 1947. After two years he was signed by Glasgow club, Celtic, where he would go on to become captain and a club legend. During his time at the club he won one league title, two Scottish Cups and two Scottish League Cups.

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Celtic and the World Cup – The not-so-Swinging Sixties

Despite a period of unprecedented success at European club level, the three World Cup qualifying campaigns completed in the 1960s would bear little fruit for Celtic’s international contingent.

The Celtic Star · Jul 22, 2018

Jim Craig: George McCluskey and Bertie Peacock

George McCluskey’s career started with his school team – Holy Cross Hamilton – before he joined Celtic Boys Club and then the Celtic ground staff.

The Celtic Star · Jul 22, 2018
The Celtic Star · Jul 22, 2018

Jim Craig: George McCluskey and Bertie Peacock

George McCluskey’s career started with his school team – Holy Cross Hamilton – before he joined Celtic Boys Club and then the Celtic ground staff.

The Celtic Star · Jul 22, 2018
The Celtic Star · Jul 22, 2018

Jim Craig – George McCluskey and Bertie Peacock

George McCluskey’s career started with his school team – Holy Cross Hamilton – before he joined Celtic Boys Club and then the Celtic ground staff.

The Celtic Star · Jul 22, 2018
The Celtic Star · Jul 13, 2018

Celtic and the World Cup – The not-so-Swinging Sixties

Despite a period of unprecedented success at European club level, the three World Cup qualifying campaigns completed in the 1960s would bear little fruit for Celtic’s international contingent.

The Celtic Star · Jul 13, 2018
The Celtic Star · Feb 23, 2018

‘On this day in 1959, Bertie Peacock stepped forward and hammered the ball into the corner of the net,’ Jim Craig

In season 1958-59, Celtic got their Scottish Cup campaign off to a perfect start with a 4-0 victory over Albion Rovers at Celtic Park, the goals coming from Mike Jackson, Sammy Wilson (2) and an O...

The Celtic Star · Feb 23, 2018
TalkCeltic · Sep 7, 2012

And They Gave Us... The Little Ant

And They Gave Us Bertie Peacock The Legend of the ‘Little Ant’ “The embodiment of all that is good in the game.” Sir Robert Kelly “As a boy growing up in Glasgow, I used to watch Bertie play for Celtic – he was one of my hero...

TalkCeltic · Sep 7, 2012
Celtic FC · May 18, 2016

Bertie Peacock – the career of a Celtic legend

Continue reading “Bertie Peacock – the career of a Celtic legend” on Celtic FC.

Celtic FC · May 18, 2016
Celtic FC · May 18, 2014

Bertie Peacock a Celtic legend

IT was 53 years ago today, on May 18, 1961 that Bertie Peacock parted company with Celtic after 12 years and 453 appearances to become player/manager with his hometown club Coleraine...

Celtic FC · May 18, 2014
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