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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Jim Duffy names which Celtic player Alex McLeish needs to “sort out”

originally posted on Sportslens.com Jim Duffy says Scotland manager Alex McLeish needs to “sort out” Leigh Griffiths in time for the national team’s upcoming games against Albania and Israel.

Jim Craig – An earlier 6-0 away day victory for Celtic

At this time of season 1960-61, Celtic were lying 11th in the league table, having lost four and drawn one of their first six matches...

The Celtic Star · Oct 10

Jim Craig – Joe Dodds made 378 appearances for Celtic scoring 78 goals

Left-back Joe Dodds was 21 when he signed for Celtic, making his debut only a few months later against Dundee in a league match at Parkhead on this day in 1908...

The Celtic Star · Oct 10
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Former Celtic defender tipped for Championship job

According to a report in The Sun Caldwell is the front runner for the Firhill vacancy despite speculation linking Jim Duffy, Jim McIntyre, Scott Gemmill and John Hughes with the job...

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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 Celtic Star · Oct 12

Jim Craig – This result helped drive Celtic towards our 3rd Championship

After winning successive championships in 1892/93 and 1893/94, Celtic finished second to Hearts in 1894/95.

The Celtic Star · Oct 12
The Celtic Star · Oct 11

Jim Craig – Yours Truly was on a Hampden Hat-Trick as Celtic hit Morton for Seven

Ten of the Celtic team which had won the European Cup in Lisbon took to the field at Hampden on this day in 1967 for a league cup semi-final tie against Morton, with former Celt Jim Kennedy among the ranks of the men from Greenock who were at that time in the top six in...

The Celtic Star · Oct 11

Jim Craig – The lowest attendance for a European match at Celtic Park

Celtic had started their European Cup Winners’ Cup campaign of 1963/64 in superb fashion with a 5-1 demolition of Swiss side Basle in the Stadion St Jakob, the goals coming from John Divers, Bobby Lennox and John Hughes, who notched a hat-trick...

Aston Villa set to approach club for 45-y/o in fresh manager hunt development

Aston Villa could be set to approach Celtic for permission to talk to Brendan Rodgers in the latest surprise development in the hunt for a new manager...

Jim Craig – ‘Happy Feet’ Charlie Napier scored 92 goals for Celtic

Charlie Napier, born on this day in 1910, made his debut for Celtic against Queen’s Park in 1929 and at the beginning of the decade of the 1930s, had established himself in the first-team, where his cultured play and good control earned him the nickname of ‘Happy Feet’...

Read Celtic · Oct 8

Club set to approach Celtic over deal to hire Brendan Rodgers

Despite distancing himself from the job at Aston Villa, the club are expected to approach Celtic over a deal to hire Brendan Rodgers.

Read Celtic · Oct 8

Jim Jefferies: Celtic and Rangers are nowhere near as good as they were – there’s never been a better chance for Hearts

AMID all of the excitement about the start that Hearts have made to the Ladbrokes Premiership this season, the success of another capital club has been rather overlooked...

Evening Times · Oct 6

Jim Jefferies: Celtic and Rangers are nowhere near as good as they were – there’s never been a better chance for Hearts

AMID all of the excitement about the start that Hearts have made to the Ladbrokes Premiership this season, the success of another capital club has been rather overlooked...

Evening Times · Oct 6

Jim Craig – Liam Brady resigned as Celtic manager

When Billy McNeill left the club after his second spell as manager, Liam Brady came into Celtic Park in a blaze of publicity in June 1991 and immediately brought in some new players, taking Tony Cascarino from Aston Villa for the sum of £1.1million and also Gary Gillespie from Liverpool for a fee of £950,000...

‘Celtic 4 Honved 0 – on this day in 1988,’ Jim Craig

After completing a ‘double’ in the Centenary Season of 1987/88, Celtic’s fans were hopeful of a good run in the European Cup the following season...

BBC Sportsound · Oct 12

Sportsound Podcast: 12 Oct 18: Jim Duffy, Lee Miller & Derek Ferguson

We reflect on Scotland’s 2-1 defeat to Israel with Derek Ferguson, Jim Duffy & Lee Miller and discuss the impossible job of being a football manager...

BBC Sportsound · Oct 12

Remembering a crime and educating the klan

In the recently released film Bl,ack 47 one line of dialogue sums up the enormity of the genocidal enormity of An Gorta Mór.

Into Football · Oct 7

Theatre Review: Brattbakk Scores The Winner (Again)

Bend It Like Brattbakk || Websters Theatre Jim Orr’s second comedy play ‘Bend It Like Brattbakk’ is the story of Tam Lyons, Maggie Lyons and her boyfriend Nat during the 1997/98 season where Celtic were attempting to stop ‘The Ten’...

Into Football · Oct 7

Jim Craig – Peter Johnstone’s last match for Celtic

Peter Johnstone was at left-half when Celtic beat Clyde in the Scottish Cup Final in April 1912 but had moved to centre-half when they again beat Clyde, this time in the Charity Cup final in May of that same year...

The Terrace · Oct 9

Why Paul Gascoigne should not be in the Scottish Football Hall of Fame

Continue reading “Why Paul Gascoigne should not be in the Scottish Football Hall of Fame” on The Terrace.

The Terrace · Oct 9
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