Roy Aitken

Read all the news about Celtic hero Roy Aitken. Roy Aitken was born in Irvine, Scotland on 24 November 1958 (age 59).

Robert Sime “Roy” Aitken is a former footballer who went on to become a coach with clubs including Leeds United and Aston Villa. His position as a player was defence.

Born in Irvine, Ayrshire, he grew up in Ardrossan. He signed for Celtic as a youngster. At Celtic, he was nicknamed ‘The Bear’ by the supporters due to his large frame and commanding presence. He later went on to play for Newcastle United, St Mirren and Aberdeen.

He won 57 caps for the Scotland national football team, scoring once.

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originally posted on Sir Kenny Dalglish hopes that Leigh Griffiths can patch things up with Scotland manager Alex McLeish so he can feature for the national team in November’s Nations League double-header against Albania and Israel.

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originally posted on According to Het Laatste Nieuws, Dedryck Boyata could be on his way out of Celtic as he’s unwilling to sign a new contract.

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originally posted on Lee McCulloch believes Scotland manager Alex McLeish needs Leigh Griffiths and can’t afford to be without the Celtic striker ahead of an important Nations League double-header with Albania and Israel.

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originally posted on Craig Gordon says he looks forward to seeing Leigh Griffiths back in the Scotland national team.

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