Jim Young

Read all the news about Celtic hero Jim Young. Jim Young was born in Kilmarnock, Scotland on 10 January 1882. Died 4 September 1922, aged 40

Best known for playing as a right half for the highly successful Celtic side of the early 1900s, Young helped Celtic win fifteen trophies in total, comprising nine league championships and six Scottish Cups.

Young made one appearance for the Scotland national football team, against Ireland in 1906. He also represented the Scottish League XI six times.

Young’s career was ended by a knee injury suffered in 1916. He died in a motorcycle accident in his native Ayrshire, aged 40.

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The Sun · Jun 23

Ex-Rangers and Celtic striker Miller set to have Dundee contract ripped up

KENNY MILLER is on his way out of Dundee. SunSport Online can exclusively reveal the former Scotland star is set to have his contract ripped up with the Dens Park club.

The Sun · Jun 23
The Shamrock · Jun 17

Will quinn – medicine man

Will Quinn was a fixture at Celtic Park for almost three decades...

The Shamrock · Jun 17
Celts Are Here · Jun 17

Ex-Celtic Coach Sacking Could Have Transfer Implications for Celtic

Former Celtic coach Jim McGuinness has been given his marching orders at Charlotte independence after a poor run of form for the American outfit.

Celts Are Here · Jun 17
The Celtic Star · Jun 11

Rangers 2 Celtic 3 – ‘The green star was in the ascendancy,’ David Potter on Jimmy Quinn’s Cup Final hat-trick

16 April 1904 started something. It was Celtic’s fourth Scottish Cup win, something that put them on the same level as Rangers and ahead of Hearts, although still a long way short of Queen’s Park.

The Celtic Star · Jun 11

Billy Remembered: Jim Craig

IT’S Day Ten of CQN’s two-week tribute to Celtic legend Billy McNeill.

Soccerlens · Jun 4

Report: Wolves enter discussion to sign £8m Celtic target

originally posted on Sportslens.com Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly keen to sign Mexican defender Edson Alvarez in the summer transfer window.

Soccerlens · Jun 4

Hundreds gather to celebrate the life and times of Celtic legend Jimmy Delaney

MANY HUNDREDS of Celtic Supporters gathered today at Cambusnethan Graveyard in Wishaw to celebrate the life of one of Celtic’s finest ever players Jimmy Delaney...

The Celtic Star · May 31

Empire Exhibition Cup and The Great Jimmy Delaney, ‘the best player of pure football that Celtic had ever had’

“In 38 there was a show Glasgow was the place to go A model of the tower was football’s prize England sent four of the best They didn’t meet with much success For the trophy ended up at Paradise” 1938 was a strange year in Great Britain...

The Celtic Star · May 31
The Celtic Star · May 31

Celtic 1937-38 Champions – Our ‘devastating forward line’ of Jimmy Delaney, MacDonald, Crum, Divers and Murphy

In 1937 Celtic failed to repeat their success of 1936 in the Scottish League, but had more than ample compensation in the famous win in the Scottish Cup final against Aberdeen on the occasion that Hampden held its record crowd – and those who were there insist that there was an awful lot more there...

The Celtic Star · May 31
The Celtic Star · May 31

Watch Jimmy Delaney score two goals for Scotland to defeat Nazi Germany at Ibrox

JIMMY DELANEY is one of the many Celtic players of whom one must occasionally ask the question “Could this all possibly be true?” His career needs to be studied in detail before one can then pinch oneself and say “Yes, this is true!

The Celtic Star · May 31
The Celtic Star · May 31

Celebrate the life of legendary wing wizard Jimmy Delaney with Celtic Graves Society

CELTIC GRAVES SOCIETY will tomorrow meet to celebrate the life of a true Celtic Star, the legendary wing wizard Jimmy Delaney and YOU are invited.

The Celtic Star · May 31
67HailHail · May 30

Are Celtic missing a trick as former boss closes in on next move?

Former Celtic manager Gordon Strachan is said to be close to agreeing a deal to join Dundee.

67HailHail · May 30
BBC Sportsound · Jun 22

Sportsound Podcast : 22 Jun 19

James McFadden, Pat Bonner & Jim Duffy debate the big transfer stories including Arsenal’s reported interest in Kieran Tierney...

BBC Sportsound · Jun 22
Off the Ball · Jun 15

15 June 19 Jimmy Vee & Tam McManus

Revising your opinion, favourite wee guys and biggest giant killings + the Drugs XI with actor Jimmy Vee and man of many clubs Tam McManus...

Off the Ball · Jun 15
The Celtic Star · May 29

A Glorious End to an Unbelievable Season

1966-67. Like it was yesterday I remember a beautifully sunny and warm 6 August 1966 and battling through a huge crowd into a turnstile at Paradise.

The Celtic Star · May 29
Into Football · Jun 10

Declan McConville with A Celtic State of Mind – Harry Hood: A legend on and off the pitch

Before the arrival of Jock Stein at Celtic Park in March 1965, the club under the management of Jimmy McGrory attempted to sign Harry Hood from Clyde in November 1964...

Into Football · Jun 10

The Spirit of 67: Jim Craig – and That Penalty

CQN continue to pay an extended tribute to the legendary Lisbon Lions who took their place in the annals of fame 52 years ago when they won the European Cup...

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