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.
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
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Celtic new Bhoy Luca Connell has taken part in a quickfire round of questions with the Celtic View.
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NEIL LENNON has hailed his skipper Scott Brown and declared that he’d have been good enough to have played in the Celtic side that reached the UEFA Cup Final in 2003, losing in extra time to Porto...
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FORMER Celtic loan striker Oliver Burke’s hopes of a first-team breakthrough at West Brom have received a setback.
Mikael Lustig could be set for an early return to Scotland, and a clash against Rangers, with new side Gent in the Europa League...
Sir Kenny Dalglish has a theory as to why only Arsenal and Napoli have appeared in the frame so far...