Duncan MacKay

Celtic hero Duncan MacKay was born in Springburn on 14 July 1937 (age 83).

Born in Glasgow, Mackay turned professional when he joined Celtic from Maryhill Harp, aged 17, in 1955. He developed rapidly, making his club debut within two years and earning the first of an eventual 14 caps for the Scottish national side four years later. However, Celtic were at this time in the shadow of rivals Rangers and he was destined not to win any honours with the Parkhead club.

Celtic manager Jimmy McGrory’s attempts to rejuvenate his side eventually resulted in MacKay’s departure from Celtic Park after over 200 first team appearances, the fullback moving to south Glasgow side Third Lanark in November 1964. Thirds were relegated at the end of the 1964-65 season and MacKay was one of several players released.

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Photo of the Day: Celtic’s Duncan MacKay Clears At Hampden (1963)

Celts Are Here · Dec 30, 2019

Gers Fan in Minutes Applause Shame

Celtic Now And Forever · Dec 28, 2019

Celtic Announce Derby Tribute For Club Legend

The Celtic Star · Dec 28, 2019

Celtic v the Rangers – Minute of Applause confirmed in memory of Duncan ‘Dunky’ MacKay

Herald Scotland · Dec 26, 2019

Celtic pay tribute to Duncan MacKay as former captain dies aged 82

RTÉ Sport · Dec 26, 2019

Former Celtic captain Duncan MacKay passes away

Evening Times · Dec 26, 2019

Celtic pay tribute to former player Duncan MacKay who has died at 82

Sky Sports · Dec 26, 2019

Former Celtic captain Mackay dies

Sports Mole · Dec 26, 2019

Celtic announce the death of former captain Duncan MacKay

The Celtic Star · Dec 26, 2019

Black Armbands today in Memory of former Celtic Captain Dunky MacKay

Read Celtic · Dec 26, 2019

Celtic to wear black armbands vs St. Mirren following death of Duncan MacKay

Daily Record · Dec 26, 2019

Duncan MacKay dies aged 82 as Celtic pay tribute to Hoops hero for St Mirren clash

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