Davie Hay

Read all the news about Celtic hero Davie Hay. Davie Hay was born in Paisley, Scotland on 29 January 1948 (age 70).

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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Normal service resumed as Celtic return to the top

“Sometimes you poke the bear” was the half-brilliant analogy that Kilmarnock full-back Stephen O’Donnell ruefully employed to sum up his team’s tousing at Celtic Park on Saturday...

Belgian could leave Celtic with future uncertain in January, manager eyes Bosnian replacement

originally posted on Sportslens.com According to Sunday Post, Olympiacos are interested in Dedryck Boyata and could lodge a bid for his signature in January.

Celtic winger James Forres wants to hit the ground running against Salzburg

James Forrest has insisted that the Parkhead side will look to go for the win against Salzburg on Thursday night as Celtic look to unlock the next round of the Europa League.

Five things we learned from Celtic’s rout of Kilmarnock ahead of their massive Europa League showdown with Salzburg

CELTIC head into arguably their biggest game of the season so far against Salzburg at Parkhead on Thursday night with their confidence sky high after thrashing Ladbrokes Premiership leaders Kilmarnock 5-1 at home on Saturday...

Callum McGregor: Parkhead will be rocking on Thursday – Celtic will take on Salzburg with all guns blazing

CALLUM McGregor has admitted Celtic will be going all out for victory against Salzburg at Parkhead on Thursday night – even though they only need a draw to secure a place in the Europa League knockout rounds...

Bournemouth ‘could try’ to sign Scotland international, Celtic ‘desperate’ to keep him

originally posted on Sportslens.com According to The Sun, Bournemouth ‘could try’ to sign Callum McGregor after losing Lewis Cook to a season-ending injury.

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Celtic fans have bookies running for cover

Brendan Rodgers’ side moved clear at the top of the table on Saturday and now have games in hand over their closest rivals...

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How Much Longer Will Sky Make Celtic Fans Endure The Unbearable Andy Walker?

Celtic fans put up with a lot from the mainstream media, but whereas fans can ignore the national papers and rely on the blogs for information and analysis the same does not apply to the way the game is covered live...

McGregor shines in stunning Hoops win: How Celtic’s players rated against Kilmarnock

Celtic demolished Kilmarnock on Saturday afternoon as Brendan Rodgers saw his side secure a comprehensive 5-1 win.

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Celtic teenager turns down contract extension

Ewan watched the haphazard way that his older brother went out on loan to Rosenborg and Hibs then stalled for 18 months back at Celtic before moving on to join Bari in January...

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Collymore hits out at Scotland’s football racists

Scotland’s problems have been kept low key with many fans viewing Show Racism the Red Card as part of the problem rather than the solution...

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