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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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

BBC Sportsound · Jun 28

Sportsound Podcast: 28 Jun 20

The Celt · Jun 24

Eugene MacBride’s Celtic Diaries [Aug 1912-May 1913]

The Celt · Jun 20

Eugene MacBride’s Celtic Diaries [ Aug 1908-May 1909]

The Celt · Jun 19

Eugene MacBride’s Celtic Diaries [Aug 1907-May 1908]

The Celt · Jun 2

Eugene MacBride’s Celtic Diaries [Aug 1896-May 1897]

BBC Sportsound · May 31

Sportsound Podcast: 31 May 20 Kenny Miller X1

Lisbon Lions: Missing Out: Davie Hay

67HailHail · May 24

Davie Provan strangely longs for days of Jim Farry in angry Scottish FA rant

VideoCelts · May 24

Davie Provan sets the record straight over Alex Ferguson myth

67HailHail · May 19

‘Spare me’; Davie Provan skewers Celtic rivals; feels sympathy for Lennon and Bhoys

VideoCelts · May 19

Davie Provan names four former Celts that played a huge role in 9-in-a-row

VideoCelts · May 17

Davie Provan orders humble pie for deluded Jermain ‘matter of time’ Defoe

Celts Are Here · May 17

Sky Sports Pundit Laughs Off Jermain Defoe’s Celtic Comments

Tommy Burns Tribute: ‘an Inspiration,’ Davie Hay

BBC Sportsound · May 14

Sportsound Podcast: 14 May 20

The Celtic Blog · May 10

Davie Provan Has It Right For Once. The Sevco-SPFL Spat Is About Targeting Celtic’s “Power.”

Shambles in the San Siro: Davie Hay Reflects on the Night 50 Years Ago Where It All Went Wrong

Exclusive: ‘Miracles Can Happen,’ Davie Hay Recalls 1986 Title Drama

Davie Hay – “I was told Kidd had scored and, judging by the reactions of our support, I didn’t have to enquire which one”

Hay Hails ‘Model Pro’ Mcgrain, 70 Today

Stevie Remembered: Davie Hay

Davie Provan believes that Celtic might be in trouble soon

67HailHail · Apr 26

Davie Provan thinks Celtic and Rangers will be hit hardest financially by crisis

Celts Are Here · Apr 26

Sky Sports Man Brands Leicester ‘Smaller Club’ During Celtic Rant

Billy Remembered: Davie Hay

The Celtic Star · Apr 18

Jimmy ‘Napoleon’ McMenemy – The Celtic Star in 5-1 Scottish Cup Final win over St Mirren

Transfer Tavern · Apr 17

‘Totally overrated’, ‘Fantastic player’ – These Celtic fans split on 42-goal ex-player

Celts Are Here · Apr 12

Latest: Ex-Celt Hopes SPFL Proposal Fails

Sportsound Podcast: Celtic v Leeds Utd in the 1970 European Cup semi-final

67HailHail · Apr 5

Davie Provan thinks UEFA are the problem when it comes to Celtic title decision

VideoCelts · Apr 5

‘Need an anaesthetic’ Davie Provan’s grim warning on Ibrox accounts

67HailHail · Mar 29

Celtic great Davie Provan says Ann Budge knows “nothing about football”

The Celtic Star · Mar 28

Celtic are Champions Again Before Winning the Battle of Britain

67HailHail · Mar 23

Davie Provan suggests Celtic title quest could be completed as late as August

67HailHail · Mar 23

On This Day: Davie Hay’s Celtic maul Morton with 7-2 away-day rout

Celts Are Here · Mar 23

Sky Sports Pundit Lays into ‘Crass’ Ibrox Chief, Delivers Lawwell Verdict

67HailHail · Mar 22

Davie Provan suggests Kristoffer Ajer is getting ahead of himself

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