Harry Hood

Read all the news about Celtic hero Harry Hood. Harry Hood was born in Glasgow on 3 October 1944 (age 74).

Hood played for Celtic, for whom he scored the winning goal in the final of the 1971 Scottish Cup, a 2-1 replay win over Rangers. He also scored the first goal in the 1974 Scottish Cup Final in a 3-0 victory over Dundee United. With Celtic, Hood won 5 Scottish league championships, 3 Scottish Cups and 2 Scottish League Cups. He scored 123 goals in all competitions. His presence onto the field at Parkhead was often greeted with a ‘Hare Krishna’ chant. He holds the distinction as being the last Celtic player ever to score a hat-trick against Celtic’s city rivals Rangers.

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The Celtic Star · Nov 12

Jim Craig – Benfica substituted Eusebio then Harry Hood got a third goal

In season 1968/69, Celtic had had two fine results against St Etienne and Red Star Belgrade before going out to AC Milan in the quarter-final of the European Cup, a result which left the fans very disappointed...

The Celtic Star · Nov 12
The Celtic Star · Oct 13

Jim Craig – The Honest Men and Ronnie Simpson’s dislocated shoulder

In the League Cup of 1969, Celtic had successfully negotiated a section involving Rangers, Airdrie and Raith Rovers with Willie Wallace getting 4 goals and both Harry Hood and John Hughes three each in the six-match total of 21...

The Celtic Star · Oct 13
The Shamrock · Aug 24, 2017

Oh Harry, Harry!

In the early 1970s the popular Celtic striker Harry Hood had a number of terrace chants in his honour...

The Shamrock · Aug 24, 2017

St Johnstone 0 Celtic 6 – Scintillating football from James Forrest and Tom Rogic

HENRIK LARSSON couldn’t do it, Willie Wallace who called me this morning to talk about Celtic, couldn’t do it not could other goalscorers like Kenny Dalglish, Harry Hood, Dixie Dean, Frank McGarvey or even Chris Sutton who was at the game today...

The Celtic Star · Mar 13

“I see now why I am here,” the Celtic manager growled at BBC reporter

ON this day in 1971, Celtic travelled to Central Park, Cowdenbeath to beat the home side 5-1 with two goals from Harry Hood (one of them a penalty), and one each from John Hughes, Billy McNeill and Bobby Lennox...

The Celtic Star · Mar 13
Talking Baws · May 15, 2017

Celtic Fans Will Love Harry Hood’s Words to Moussa Dembele After Their Meeting

Celtic fans will love the words Harry Hood said to Moussa Dembele after the pair met at the weekend...

Talking Baws · May 15, 2017
Jim Craig CSC · Oct 13, 2012

If You Know The History – 13th October 1969 LC Semi Final Replay Celtic 2 Ayr utd 1

In the League Cup of 1969, Celtic had successfully negotiated a section involving Rangers, Airdrie and Raith Rovers, with Willie Wallace getting 4 goals and both Harry Hood and John Hughes notching 3 in the six-match total of 21. ____________P...

Jim Craig CSC · Oct 13, 2012

HARRY HOOD: GREAT UNCAPPED CELTS (Part Seven)

HARRY HOOD’S timing in front of goal was impeccable, a master marksman who could ally precision with power when it came to the art of finishing.

Celtic Underground · Oct 4, 2015

His greatest game – Harry Hood – Celtic 3 -1 Rangers 1973

In December 1973 Celtic and Rangers came face to face in a League Cup semi final at Hampden on a cold wet...

Celtic Underground · Oct 4, 2015
Daily Mail · Jan 30, 2015

John Guidetti disrespected Rangers when Celtic striker said he fancied a hat-trick in O** F***

The Sweden striker said he hoped to become the first Parkhead player to score a treble against Rangers since Harry Hood in 1973 when the clubs meet in the League Cup semi-final at Hampden...

Daily Mail · Jan 30, 2015
The Scotsman · Jan 28, 2015

Celtic’s last O** F*** hat-trick hero ‘unafraid’

HARRY Hood holds his own special place in Celtic folklore as the last man to score a hat-trick against Rangers...

The Scotsman · Jan 28, 2015
Daily Record · Nov 16, 2013

Football bosses face £1.7million damages claim for trying to stop pub owned by ex-Celtic player Harry Hood showing live games beamed via Poland

A 2007 court order stopped Angels bar broadcasting domestic matches using provider Polsat and after owners sued the governing body for damages, three judges yesterday upheld their claim...

Daily Record · Nov 16, 2013
The Scotsman · Apr 7, 2013

Harry Hood’s pub ‘could bring down SPL’

ANNAN Athletic chairman Henry McClelland believes that the court case started by former Celtic star Harry Hood’s pub business can bring down the SPL – and he fears that they could take the rest of Scottish football with them if reconstruction goes ahead...

The Scotsman · Apr 7, 2013
Evening Times · Oct 5, 2011

Ex-Celt ace Harry hails TV decision

Former Celtic star Harry Hood today welcomed a European court ruling that could result in more pubs showing live football matches as a “great outcome” for landlords...

Evening Times · Oct 5, 2011
Daily Record · Sep 13, 2011

Celtic icon Harry Hood backs Billy McNeill in war of words with Atletico Madrid

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Daily Record · Sep 13, 2011
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