Bobby Hogg

Celtic hero Bobby Hogg was born in Larkhall on 19 May 1914. Died 15 April 1975, aged 60

Robert “Bobby” Brown Hogg was a Scottish football player and manager. Hogg was mainly associated with Celtic, who he made 575 appearances for in all competitions between 1932 and 1948. He represented Scotland once, in a 3–1 victory against Czechoslovakia in 1937. He was also selected six times by the Scottish Football League XI between 1934 and 1939. After leaving Celtic in 1948, Hogg became player/manager of Alloa Athletic.

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The Celtic Star · Sep 28, 2018

Jim Craig – Celtic in War-time Cup success over Rangers

War-time or not, the Glasgow Cup went ahead and on this day in 1940, a Celtic team made up of the old and the new met Rangers in that season’s final...

The Celtic Star · Aug 19, 2018

Jim Craig – ‘The Albion Rovers centre-half was a certain Jock Stein’

In the summer of 1944, with the 2nd World War nearing its conclusion, Celtic were playing in the Southern Division of the Scottish league and had opened the campaign with a fine 4-1 victory over Hearts at Parkhead...

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