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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Celtic TV · 15h

🏃 Celtic Reserves Training: Crucial Week Ahead!

The Reserves are put their paces on a glorious sunny day in Lennoxtown ahead of their crunch SPFL Reserve league match against Motherwell on Monday.

Celtic TV · 15h
The Celtic Star · Apr 18

‘Let’s talk about Napoleon!’ David Potter

ON 18 April 1908, in a very one-sided Scottish Cup final, Celtic beat St.Mirren 5-1 before 58,000 at Hampden to lift the trophy for the sixth time...

The Celtic Star · Apr 18
The42.ie · Apr 17

Celtic loanee on target as Jim McGuinness earns first win as manager of US side

Charlotte Independence claimed a 2-1 victory over Bethlehem Steel to get their season off the mark...

The42.ie · Apr 17
Celts Are Here · Apr 17

Belter – Celtic Duo Combine to Score Goal at Loan Club

It was a great outing last night for two on-loan Celts at Charlotte Independence with the pair of Mark Hill and Andrew Gutman combining to score the American side’s first goal of the game against Bethlehem Steel...

Celts Are Here · Apr 17

Keeping the Ball on the Ground | Hearts v Celtic Final, Dons Lose the Heeds, Ball Boys & Goodwin

Your favourite podcast team is back again this week as they take their own unique view on the latest events in Scottish Football including Hearts and Celtic making it to the William Hill Scottish Cup Final, Aberdeen players losing the plot and whether Jim Goodwin should be Manager of the Year...

Now the Compliance Officer takes action on St Mirren v Celtic flashpoint

SCOTT BROWN will NOT face any disciplinary action from the Scottish FA’s Compliance Officer relating to a clash with St Mirren’s Jim Kellerman.

The Scotsman · Apr 5

Celtic captain Scott Brown escapes action as St Mirren striker cited

Celtic captain Scott Brown will not face any retrospective action from the Scottish FA for standing on St Mirren’s Jim Kellerman...

The Scotsman · Apr 5
The Scotsman · Apr 4

Neil Lennon defends Celtic captain Scott Brown over ‘stamp’ but pundits say he was ‘naughty’

Celtic interim boss Neil Lennon has insisted that Scott Brown didn’t mean to stamp on St Mirren’s Jim Kellermann during the Parkhead side’s 2-0 win at the Simple Digital Arena last night...

The Scotsman · Apr 4
Talking Baws · Apr 3

Video: Should Scott Brown Expect a Retrospective Ban for Stamp on Kellerman?

Scott Brown helped guide Celtic to a comfortable 2-0 win away at St Mirren tonight but he could well find himself in hot water over a second-half challenge on Jim Kellerman...

Talking Baws · Apr 3

Jim White fumes at Celtic player who ‘Doesn’t have it for me’

Jim White has slaughtered Scott Brown for his conduct during Celtic’s O** F*** win and claimed he doesn’t have the class of the club’s great captains.

SFA – No Retrospective Action Against Scott Brown

The clueless clowns at the SFA who like to make things up as they go along have decided that Scott Brown has no case to answer for after it was alleged he stamped on Jim Kellerman Wednesday night...

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