Johnny Crum

Celtic hero Johnny Crum was born in Glasgow on 1 January 1912, and passed away on 6 July 1969, aged 57.

A versatile forward, Johnny Crum learned his football in the junior ranks with Ashfield and Maryhill Hibs, and his early potential earned him a junior international cap before he joined Celtic in February 1932. He spent ten successful years at Parkhead, finding a useful forward combination with Malcolm Macdonald and Johnny Divers, and was in the team which won the Scottish League in 1935/36 and 1937/38.

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The Celtic Star · Jan 12

Photo of the Day: Johnny Crum Shoots Against Rangers (1940)

The Celt · Jul 8, 2020

WW2 Stats [1939/40] Regional League [West]

The Celt · Jul 3, 2020

E.AMacBride’s WW2 Diaries [Aug 1942-June 1943]

The Celt · Jun 26, 2020

Eckie Tamson

The Celt · Mar 11, 2020

From the records of Eugene MacBride [august-december 1932]

The Celtic Star · Mar 12, 2019

Celtic in Glasgow Derby dramas Fifty Years Apart

The Celtic Star · Dec 28, 2018

Jim Craig – Celtic’s experienced centre-forward Johnny Crum, scored twice

The Celtic Star · Jul 6, 2018

Jim Craig: Remember our Celtic heroes

The Celtic Star · Jul 6, 2018

Jim Craig – Remember our Celtic Heroes

The Celtic Star · Mar 12, 2018

Exactly 50 years apart on this day, two big ‘Glasgow Derby’ wins for Celtic, watch the 1988 highlights

Jim Craig CSC · Jul 6, 2012

If You Know The History – 6th July 1969 Johnny Crum died aged 57

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