Peter Wilson

Celtic hero Peter Wilson was born in Beith, Ayrshire on 26 March 1905, and passed away on 13 February 1983, aged 77.

Peter Wilson was a Scottish football player and manager. Born in Beith, Wilson played for Celtic, Hibernian and the Scotland national football team. He later became player-manager of Dunfermline and a coach at Kilmarnock. With Celtic he won four Scottish Cup medals in 1925, 1927, 1931 and 1933 and one Scottish league medal in 1933.

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The Celt · Jun 26

Eckie Tamson

The Celt · Jun 26

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

The Celt · Apr 4

From the records of Eugene MacBride [ January- May 1934]

Evening Times · Mar 31

Odsonne Edouard to Newcastle? Ex-Celtic ace Mark Wilson urges Hoops to offer Frenchman bumper deal

Celts Are Here · Jun 9, 2019

Don’t Sell Him Short – Former Celt’s £8million Warning to Peter Lawwell

Celtic Quick News · Mar 6, 2019

Ex-Celt Urges Hoops to SPLash the Cash

The Celtic Star · Mar 6, 2019

Peter Lawwell warned over risking 10IAR by former Celt

Daily Record · Mar 6, 2019

Peter Lawwell must fund Celtic summer rebuild or risk fan revolt

The Scotsman · Mar 5, 2019

Peter Lawwell and Celtic board will ‘never be forgiven’ if they don’t splash cash to secure 9 in a row

The Scotsman · Feb 16, 2018

Rumour Mill: Another bid for Alfredo Morelos | loan signings ‘good for Celtic’ | Murty denies Wilson claims

BBC Sportsound · Nov 8, 2017

Sportsound Podcast: 8 Nov 17

· Sep 2, 2013

Celtic’s Summer Transfer Roundup

· Sep 27, 2011

Death to Taxes

Evening Times · Sep 2, 2011

Lennon ‘confused’ by assault verdict

Football365 · Aug 21, 2011

Paper Talk: Gunners in for Kaka

· Jun 9, 2011

Peter Lawwell: ‘Two or three’ stars can put Celtic on top

· Jan 11, 2011

Mark prays Celts keep faith with him

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