Johnny Crum

Read all the news about Celtic hero Johnny CrumJohnny Crum was born in Glasgow on 1 January 1912. Died 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 · Mar 12

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

ON THIS DAY IN 1938 Celtic went to Firhill to beat Partick Thistle 6-1 with goals from Johnny Crum, Johnny Divers, Frank Murphy, Chic Geatons and two from Jimmy Delaney...

The Celtic Star · Mar 12
Jim Craig CSC · Jul 6, 2012

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

Johnny Crum came to Celtic Park from Ashfield as a centre-forward and got off to a good start, scoring two in his debut match against Motherwell in October 1932...

Jim Craig CSC · Jul 6, 2012

Jim Craig: Remember our Celtic heroes

Centre-forward Johnny Crum had an excellent career with Celtic, scoring 88 goals in 211 matches in the pre-war years of 1932 to 1939, then continuing to knock the ball home during the war years of 1939 to 1942, with a record of 69 appearances and 23 goals...

Jim Craig – Remember our Celtic Heroes

Centre-forward Johnny Crum had an excellent career with Celtic, scoring 88 goals in 211 matches in the pre-war years of 1932 to 1939, then continuing to knock the ball home during the war years of 1939 to 1942, with a record of 69 appearances and 23 goals...

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