Jimmy Hay

Celtic hero Jimmy Hay was born in Ayrshire, Scotland on 9 February 1881, and passed away on 4 April 1940, aged 59.

Hay was born in Tarbolton, Ayrshire and signed for Celtic for £50 from Ayr in March 1903. Described as a strong tackler, Hay captained Celtic between 1906 and 1911 and made a total of 322 appearances for the club, scoring 23 goals. He was part of the Celtic side which won six consecutive league titles between season 1904-05 and season 1909-10 under the management of Willie Maley.

He left Celtic in 1911 after the club failed to meet his improved contract demands and joined English club Newcastle United. He returned to Scotland in 1915 with Ayr United where he remained for three years.

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Herald Scotland · Nov 23

Celtic and Thistle legend Jimmy McMenemy’s Scottish Cup medal sold

Evening Times · Nov 23

Celtic and Thistle legend Jimmy McMenemy’s Scottish Cup medal sold

The Celt · Nov 22

Eugene MacBride’s Celtic Diaries [Jan-June 1950]

The Celt · Nov 22

Eugene MacBride’s Celtic Diaries [Aug-Hogmanay 1949]

The Celtic Star · Nov 22

Celtic Legend Jimmy McMenemy’s 100-year-old Scottish Cup Medal Sells For £8,000

Celtic Soul Podcast 42 George McCluskey

Celtic Soul · Nov 20

Celtic Soul Podcast 42 George McCluskey

The Celt · Nov 20

Eugene MacBride’s Celtic Diaries [Jan – July 1949]

The Celtic Star · Nov 19

Vojvodina the victims in the Charlie & Cesar Show Part 2

The Celt · Nov 18

E.A.MacBride’s Celtic Diaries [Jan-July 1948]

The Celt · Nov 18

E.A.MacBride’s Celtic Diaries [Aug – Dec 1947]

Evening Times · Nov 18

On-form Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara tipped to move on to “greater things” – but urged to stay at Ibrox for now

The Celtic Star · Nov 13

13 November 1968, Celtic 5:1 Red Star Brigade – “Johnstone The Tornado”

The Celtic Star · Nov 10

Charlie Gallagher at 80: The dawn of Celtic’s most glorious era

Hampden Glory – Charlie Gallagher and the footballing genius of an ex-miner from the wilds of Lanarkshire

Jimmy McMenemy: Partick Thistle and Celtic legend’s Scottish Cup medal up for auction

The Celtic Star · Oct 17

Sandman’s Definitive Ratings – Celtic v The Undateables

Video: Neil Lennon proves he’s still got it in throwback free kick

The Celtic Star · Sep 30

Jimmy Johnstone on the Wing – The Greatest Ever Celtic Star

‘Wee Jinky,’ by the Lions

The Celtic Star · Sep 28

Video: The Legacy Of Celtic’s Greatest Ever Player, At Cathkin Park

BBC Sportsound · Sep 21

Sportsound Podcast : 21 Sep 20. With Dundee midfielder Charlie Adam & Craig Levein

The Celtic Star · Sep 16

The grossly undervalued blessings of early Celtic Star, Jimmy Blessington

Thanks Jock

Not The View · Sep 11

The Cup That Never Cheered – Part 2

GentingBet · Sep 11

Liverpool v Leeds Betting Tips (18+)

Sandy McMahon: The one and only ‘Duke’ led the way for Jimmy Quinn, Jimmy McGrory and Henrik Larsson

The Cynic · Sep 4

Jimmy Johnstone and the Scotland National Team

The Jimmy Johnstone Academy & Charitable Trust with A Celtic State of Mind

The Celtic Star · Aug 26

A supporter who lived his dream, Pat McCluskey of the Celtic

The Celt · Aug 4

Hat-tricks in first League game of a season

Matchday reaction with A Celtic State of Mind – Celtic 5 Hamilton 1

They know not what they do

Celtic Fanzine · Jul 31

Unsung Hero John Mcmenemy

The Celt · Jul 28

War Stats 1945/46

The Celt · Jul 26

War Stats 1944/45

The Celt · Jul 25

War Stats 1943/44

Herald Scotland · Jul 24

Graeme McGarry: Steven Gerrard replacing hubris with humility at Rangers may be key to challenging Celtic

Evening Times · Jul 24

Graeme McGarry: Steven Gerrard replacing hubris with humility at Rangers may be key to challenging Celtic

The Celt · Jul 23

WW2 Stats ; 1942/3

The Celtic Star · Jul 21

Voted Celtic’s Greatest Ever Player, Jimmy Johnstone – The wee man with a huge talent

The Celt · Jul 21

War stats 1941-42

It’s Sink Or Swim for Celts

The Celtic Star · Jul 15

“Tell me the old, old story, A hat-trick for McGrory,” Celtic’s forgotten songs

Jason Lawson with A Celtic State of Mind

ACSOM · Jul 4

“It was brilliant, especially as a winger, being coached by Jimmy Johnstone and Davie Provan.” – David Elliot with A Celtic State of Mind

David Elliot with A Celtic State of Mind

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