Bobby Hogg

Celtic hero Bobby Hogg was born in Larkhall on 19 May 1914, and passed away on 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 Celt · Jul 26

War Stats 1944/45

The Celt · Jul 25

War Stats 1943/44

The Celt · Jul 23

WW2 Stats ; 1942/3

The Celt · Jul 21

War stats 1941-42

The Celtic Star · Jul 16

After 538 games in the Hoops, he was never known as anything other than Bobby Hogg of Celtic

The Celt · Jul 16

Bobby Hogg

The Celt · Jul 12

War Stats 1940/41

The Celt · Jul 11

War stats 1939/40

The Celt · Jul 8

WW2 Stats [1939/40] Regional League [West]

The Celt · May 11

E.A.MacBride’s records [August – December 1936]

The Celt · Apr 4

From the records of Eugene MacBride [ January- May 1934]

The Celt · Mar 16

From the records of Eugene MacBride [ january – july 1933]

The Celtic Star · Sep 28, 2018

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

The Celtic Star · Aug 19, 2018

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

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