Pat McCluskey

Celtic hero Pat McCluskey was born in Kilsyth, North Lanarkshire on 13 April 1952 (age 67).

In 1970, McCluskey began his professional career with Celtic. However, he went on loan that first season with Sligo Rovers in Ireland. When he returned to Celtic, he soon became a fixture on the first team, garnering 115 appearances before moving to Dumbarton in 1977. In 1980, he transferred to Airdrieonians for two seasons. In the autumn of 1982, he signed with the Pittsburgh Spirit of Major Indoor Soccer League. He spent only one season in the United States before returning to Scotland where he finished his career with Queen of the South.

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Celtic Underground · Jun 24, 2017

Unsung Hero – Pat Mccluskey

In the early 1970’s it seemed that Celtic had a conveyor belt of young talent...

Not The View · Oct 30, 2016

No More (Cult) Heroes – Pat McCluskey

Paul Lunney looks back at the Celtic career of Pat McCluskey, the man who for many years made the number four shorts his own partly because they were too big to fit anybody else...

Celtic Fanzone · Oct 25, 2012

Support Former Celtic Player Pat McCluskey.

Let’s Support Those Who Wore The Hoops!

Celtic Fanzone · Oct 21, 2012

Pat McCluskey Tribute Night!

Support Former Celtic Player Pat McCluskey.. During the early seventies Celtic were in the middle of the great nine-in-a-row run...

Celtic Quick News · May 19, 2012

Great finals and the rebirth of Scottish football

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