Paul McMullan

Paul McMullan was born in Stirling on 25 February 1996 (age 25). Follow @paulmcmcfc on Twitter.

Paul McMullan is in his ninth season with Celtic and is also a Scotland internationalist at youth level.

After scoring in the Glasgow Cup final for the U17s he established himself as a regular for the Development Squad.

McMullan would take the plaudits during a trip to Moscow for the Spartak Cup, where the young attacker finished top goal scorer as well as winning the accolade for Best Goal.

Despite playing up front for the U17s, McMullan has also been utilised to good effect as a winger for the Development Squad, particularly in UEFA Youth League where he produced a host of eye-catching performances against top European opposition.

He has returned to his role as a striker for 2015-16 season, impressing in the league with his pace and goal scoring abilities.

On January 23, 2015, the Denny Bhoy signed on loan for local side Stenhousemuir until the end of the season.

On his return to Celtic, McMullan played as the lone striker in the Scottish Youth Cup final against Rangers as Celtic secured a 5-2 win.

For the 2015/16 season, the Celtic attacker has joined St Mirren on loan.

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