Thomas “Tommy” McInally was a Scottish footballer, who played for Celtic from 1919 to 1922 and 1925-1928. He made 213 appearances and scored 127 goals. His career was ultimately a disappointment because of his inability to accept discipline, yet he was generally reckoned to have been one of the most gifted players ever to have worn the green and white of Celtic. He remains extremely popular with the Celtic fans. In recent years a sympathetic biography of Tommy has appeared – “Tommy McInally – Celtic’s Bad Bhoy?” by David Potter.
Read all the news about Celtic hero Tommy McInally. Tommy McInally was born in Partick, Scotland on 18 April 1900. Died 29 December 1955, aged 55
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On 1 January 1921, with the effervescent Patsy Gallagher at inside-right and the talented but wayward Tommy McInally at inside-left, Celtic beat Rangers 2-0 at Ibrox in a league match, both goals being scored by centre-forward Joe Cassidy...