Davie Hay

Celtic hero Davie Hay was born in Paisley, Scotland on 29 January 1948 (age 72).

After completing his secondary education at St Mirin’s Academy in Paisley, Hay signed for Celtic in 1966. He became one of the “Quality Street Kids” reserve team which eventually took the places of the ageing Lisbon Lions. He made his league debut on 6 March 1968 against Aberdeen going on to make 230 appearances for Celtic scoring 12 goals, winning 5 League Championships, 3 Scottish Cups and 1 League Cup. After playing for Scotland in the 1974 World Cup in West Germany, he was transferred to Chelsea following a dispute with Celtic. In 1979 a serious knee injury forced him to retire from the game as a player. He had also suffered problems with a detached retina and eventually lost full vision in his right eye. He won a total 27 caps for Scotland.

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VideoCelts · Oct 26

Davie Provan hits out at Celebrity Professor Jason Leitch

HITC · Oct 26

Davie Provan thinks Rangers have ‘stronger squad’ than Celtic

VideoCelts · Oct 25

God help the club- Davie Provan takes Dermot Desmond to task

Celts Are Here · Oct 25

Provan’s Astonishing Peter Lawwell Lennon Replacement Claim

The Celtic Blog · Oct 11

Davie Provan’s Latest Snark At Lennon Is Hypocritical Nonsense From Another Gutless Hack.

VideoCelts · Oct 11

Davie Provan’s sting in the tail verdict on Charlie Nicholas

HITC · Oct 11

Davie Provan thinks Celtic did their business too late, mistake cost them £30m

Celtic’s 33 Year Old Target Could Fill Departed Player Role

Happy Birthday, Henrik: How Celtic Almost Lost Legend for £140,000

Celts Are Here · Sep 20

Celtic ‘Suffered’ Most – Pundit’s Incredible Scottish Football Rant

S10E8 Davie Irons Special

Evening Times · Sep 15

Tortured: How Celtic fans travelled to England to taunt ex-Rangers striker Sam English over John Thomson’s death

Herald Scotland · Sep 15

Tortured: How Celtic fans travelled to England to taunt ex-Rangers striker Sam English over John Thomson’s death

The Terrace · Sep 10

From football fan to analyst – what goes into scouting a player?

Jock Stein: ‘the Big Man, Me and Going on Strike!’ Davie Hay Looks Back

Davie Provan’s masterly understatement – “By no stretch of the imagination has this been a good Scottish performance”

VideoCelts · Sep 6

Davie Provan hits out at arrogant John Beaton

67HailHail · Aug 31

Davie Provan laughs off idea of Kristoffer Ajer moving from Celtic to AC Milan

Davie Provan rubbishes ex-Celtic star’s Neil Lennon claim

Celts Are Here · Aug 23

Davie Provan Calls Out Alan Thompson Over Neil Lennon Comment

Celts Are Here · Aug 23

Sky Sports Man’s Peter Lawwell Transfer Warning

67HailHail · Aug 21

Davie Hay names Celtic trio who will be key to 10 in a row bid

Davie Provan blasts Kris Boyd’s ridiculous comments

Davie Provan Lashes Out At Boyd For Idiotic And Biased Views

67HailHail · Aug 16

Davie Provan hits out at Kris Boyd’s Celtic points deduction theory

“Is Peter Lawwell having a laugh?” – Sky Sports Man Calls Out Celtic CEO

The Willie Wallace lesson as Davie Provan is the latest former Celtic player to put the boot into Leigh Griffiths

VideoCelts · Aug 2

Davie Provan’s Toney conclusion

The Celt · Jul 28

Adam McLean – a grossly undervalued Celt

The Celtic Star · Jul 27

Adam McLean – A Grossly Undervalued Celt

67HailHail · Jul 26

Davie Provan badly mistimes his over the top Leigh Griffiths criticism

Scotzine · Jul 26

Griffiths: ‘I Wouldn’t Bet on Lennon Giving Him Another Chance’


The Celt · Jul 23

WW2 Stats ; 1942/3


The Celt · Jul 19

Books ;” The Scottish Cup – Celtic’s favourite trophy” by David Potter

My Celtic Disbelief: Davie Hay Reveals All (Part Eight)

The Day Celtic Sacked Me: Davie Hay Reveals All (Part Seven)

Miracles in Paisley: Davie Hay Reveals All (Part Six)

Written Off on the Glory Trail: Davie Hay Reveals All (Part Five)

Tommy Burns, Frank Mcgarvey and Me: Davie Hay Reveals All (Part Four)

Seeing Red: Davie Hay’s Cup Final Fury (Part Three)

Facing Up to Fergie: Davie Hay Reveals All (Part Two)

ACSOM · Jul 4

“It was brilliant, especially as a winger, being coached by Jimmy Johnstone and Davie Provan.” – David Elliot with A Celtic State of Mind

Celtic Open the Floodgates with a Devastating Spell of 4 Goals in 5 minutes

David Elliot with A Celtic State of Mind


Ten in a Row: Legend Insists Pressure is on Gerrard

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