Findlay came through the Celtic youth system making his first team debut in a friendly against Norwich City; he also captained Celtic at under-17 level. He has featured regularly for the Development Side and taken part in the UEFA Youth League and the English Premier League International Cup.
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Stuart Findlay was on the books at Celtic until 2016...
If Celtic are serious about giving Scottish talent a chance then they should make a move for Stuart Findlay this summer.
Stuart Findlay, who began his career at Celtic, could help leave Rangers’ season in tatters tomorrow...
Today 15:00 Celtic Park Brendan Rodgers and Celtic have a score to settle.
Celtic were rocked at Rugby Park on Sunday as a late strike from Stuart Findlay helped Kilmarnock steal all three points from the league champions.
Celtic’s Dedryck Boyata lost Stuart Findlay for Kilmarnock’s winning goal...
Celtic Fans TV were at Rugby Park earlier today to witness the hugely frustrating performance from Celtic which was rounded off in the third minute of stoppage tome when former Celtic development player Stuart Findlay headed a Chris Burke corner into the Celtic net to give the home side a 2-1 victory which leaves Celtic...
Celtic’s weekend opponents Kilmarnock will appeal two of their three red cards from their last game.
Findlay had been struggling with injury prior to this afternoon’s clash at Celtic Park but still came up with a last gasp winner...
Impressive Griffiths, Poor Johnston – The best & the worst rated Celtic stars in the 1-2 loss vs Kilmarnock
Celtic Player Ratings vs Kilmarnock – Here’s how the Hoops fared Scottish champions Celtic lost their second game of the season as Stuart Findlay’s stoppage-time header won it for Kilmarnock.
Reaction from today’s 2-1 defeat at Kilmarnock. Leigh Griffiths’ first half header put us in front but a really poor second half performance saw Kilmarnock win the game with goals from Chris Burke and Stuart Findlay.
Stuart Findlay’s late goal moved Kilmarnock into third.
One player who is definitely set to miss Saturday’s clash for Kilmarnock against Celtic is Stuart Findlay.