Jim Brogan

Read all the news about Celtic hero Jim Brogan. Jim Brogan was born in Glasgow on 5 June 1944 (age 74).

James “Jim” Brogan is a Scottish former football player, who played in over 200 league games for Jock Stein’s highly successful Celtic sides of the late 1960s and early 1970s. He joined from local side St Rochs.

He played in the 1970 European Cup Final and won four caps for Scotland. He won consecutive Scottish League Championships from 1968 to 1974, Scottish Cups in 1969, 1971, 1972 and 1974, and the Scottish League Cup in 1968/69, 1969/70 and 1974/75.

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Celtic Underground · Jun 16, 2017

Unsung Hero – Jim Brogan

Jim Brogan’s brother, Frank, was already at Parkhead when he arrived at Celtic from St Roch’s in 1962...

Celtic Underground · Jun 16, 2017

17th August 1968: Celtic v Partick Thistle – League Cup

15th August 1968 The headlines in the press offered great praise to the boys on the field – Sizzling Celts and also gave the fans good news about important players – ‘O** F***’ Pair Should Be Fit ‘Rangers centre-half Ronnie McKinnon and Celtic left-half Jim Brogan had stitches put in gashed brows after last night’s game...

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