Tommy Burns

Read all the news about Celtic hero Tommy Burns. Tommy Burns was born in Glasgow on 16 December 1956. Died 15 May 2008, aged 51

Tommy Burns was a midfielder, signed by Celtic in 1973 from his second club Maryhill, a junior team from Glasgow. He made his debut against Dundee United on 19 April 1975, and he was a vital part of the side which won the league and cup double in the club’s centenary season, 1988. In total, he made 352 league appearances and scored 52 goals.

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The Celtic Star · Nov 19

On This Day: Stubbs Equaliser, Dramatic Derby Days and Kings of Glasgow

On This Day: November 19.Thanks to LilZe85 on Twitter, we have access to some of the Celtic games that happened on this day throughout the years, follow him for all the goals on this day.

The Celtic Star · Nov 19
Inside Futbol · Nov 14

It Was Great – Celtic Star On Being Coached By Club Legend

Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor has expressed his delight at his time working with club legend Tommy Burns...

Inside Futbol · Nov 14

On This Day: European Nights, Domestic Bliss and High Scoring Hoops

On This Day: November 6 looks back at a few fixtures in Celtic’s history – some European Nights, important domestic wins and some high scoring performances from the Hoops.

Read Celtic · Oct 31

“Clowns,” “Disgusting” – These fans are appalled as handful of Rangers supporters aim awful chant at Celtic duo

A number of football fans have come together to condemn the awful actions from a minority of Rangers supporters singing a chant aimed at Scott Brown and Tommy Burns...

Read Celtic · Oct 31
The Celtic Star · Oct 18

Remember when Celtic won the Tennent’s Sixes in 1992

AS EVERY Celtic fan who attended Paradise regularly after May 1989 will tell you, there were some barren times...

The Celtic Star · Oct 18

Si Ferry Meets. Peter Grant | Love Street 86, Centenary, ‘The 90s’, Coach w/ Celtic & Scotland

Former Celtic midfield General, Peter Grant is with Si this week as he talks us through the many highs and lows of playing with his boyhood team at Celtic Park.

Open Goal · Sep 16

Si Ferry Meets. Peter Grant | Love Street 86, Centenary, ‘The 90s’, Coach w/ Celtic & Scotland

Former Celtic midfield General, Peter Grant is with Si this week as he talks us through the many highs and lows of playing with his boyhood team at Celtic Park.

Open Goal · Sep 16
ACSOM · Oct 21

A Celtic State of Mind at the Tommy Burns Supper – 26 years and counting…

I have a confession to make until last Saturday, I had never attended a Tommy Burns Supper.

ACSOM · Oct 21
The Dugout · Aug 13

Cluj star who scored the winner could have played for Celtic

George Tucudean, Cluj attacker, could have easily of played for the Celts, if it wasn’t for a change of policy after Tommy Burns death.

The Dugout · Aug 13
Into Football · Sep 10

Kevin Graham with A Celtic State of Mind – Screamacelica: Memories of Tommy Burns will Live Forever

It would be fair to say that 25 years ago the Celtic support was in optimistic mood going into the September international break...

Into Football · Sep 10
Mark Nicholas · Jul 15

An Alternate History of Celtic (Part 7): What if ‘Bottle-gate’ had been avoided?

Celtic v Rapid Vienna (1984) The most infamous event in Celtic’s European history occurred on October 24th 1984 against Austrians, Rapid Vienna...

Mark Nicholas · Jul 15

One of our own: In defence of Kieran Tierney

Celtic fans celebrate the good and the great that don the Celtic jersey, but when they are homegrown there is a special place reserved for these Celtic players in the hearts of the Celtic support – be it Billy McNeill, Jimmy Johnstone, Tommy Burns, Paul McStay.

Si Ferry Meets. Packie Bonner | Stein’s Last Signing, Centenary, Ireland World Cups, Cup Win in 95

Si Ferry sits down with legendary Celtic and Republic of Ireland National Team goalkeeper, Packie Bonner to discuss his long and fruitful career between the sticks...

ACSOM · Sep 10

Kevin Graham with A Celtic State of Mind – Screamacelica: Memories of Tommy Burns will Live Forever

It would be fair to say that 25 years ago the Celtic support was in optimistic mood going into the September international break...

ACSOM · Sep 10

The Sad Story of Jim Casey

In the mid 1970’s Celtic boasted a number of highly promising youth players at the club.

ACSOM · Oct 25

Screamacelica: 27 May 1995 – Teenage Fanclub’s Grand Prix & Pierre’s winning header

“I’m going to kiss Peter Grant.” Those words were uttered by an emotional Tommy Burns on 27 May 1995...

ACSOM · Oct 25
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