Jimmy McColl

Celtic hero Jimmy McColl was born in Glasgow on 14 December 1892, and passed away on 7 March 1978, aged 85.

McColl was born in Glasgow and played for Anderson Thornbank and St Anthony’s before joining Celtic in 1913. He became a prolific scorer in the Scottish First Division helping the “Bhoys” team to win the title five times in his seven seasons at Celtic Park as well as a Scottish Cup in 1913–14.

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The Celt · Jun 28, 2020

E.A.MacBride’s War Diaries [Aug 1917- May 1918]

The Celt · Jun 27, 2020

E.AMacBride’s War Diaries [Aug 1915- May 1916]

The Celt · Jun 26, 2020

E.A.MacBride’s War Diaries [Aug 1914-June 1915]

Celtic FC · Apr 8, 2020

Celtic View celebrates our greatest goalscorers – Jimmy McColl

The Celtic Star · Oct 18, 2018

Jim Craig – “The Sniper” at work! Jimmy McColl scored 123 goals in 169 matches for Celtic

The Celtic Star · Aug 9, 2018

Jim Craig – Trooper Joe Cassidy, Celtic’s hotshot

The Celtic Star · Mar 7, 2018

Willie Lyon was an inspired signing by Willie Maley, Jimmy McColl stuck to the task of replacing the great Jimmy Quinn

ARCSC · May 21, 2013

If You Know Your History: ONE OF THE GREATEST

Jim Craig CSC · Aug 9, 2012

If You Know The History – 9th August Joe Cassidy

ARCSC · Jan 11, 2012

On this day in Celtic’s history … January 11th

Jim Craig CSC · Oct 17, 2011

If You Know The History: 18th October 1913

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