Willie Loney

Celtic hero Willie Loney was born in Denny, Falkirk on 31 May 1879, and passed away on 6 March 1956, aged 76.

A centre half despite his lack of height (5 ft 7 inches), he was a great servant for Celtic as they won numerous honours in the early years of the 20th century. He won six consecutive Scottish League championship medals from 1905 to 1910, as well as the Scottish Cup in 1904, 1908 and 1912.

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The Celt · Dec 28, 2020

Eugene MacBride’s Celtic Diaries [ Aug-Dec 1953]

The Celt · Jun 25, 2020

Eugene MacBride’s Celtic Diaries [Aug 1913-June 1914]

The Celt · Jun 19, 2020

Eugene MacBride’s Celtic Diaries [Aug 1907-May 1908]

The Celt · Jun 19, 2020

Eugene MacBride’s Celtic Diaries [Aug 1906-June 1907]

The Celt · Jun 16, 2020

Eugene MacBride’s Celtic Diaries [Aug 1905-June 1906]

The Celt · Jun 9, 2020

Eugene MacBride’s Celtic Diaries [Aug 1900-May 1901]

The Celtic Star · May 4, 2020

‘No Road This Way’ – The Mighty Willie Loney’s Celtic Story

Celtic Fanzine · Feb 14, 2020

Celtic’s Unsung Hero – Willie Loney

Jim Craig CSC · Mar 6, 2013

If You Know The History: 6th March 1956 Willie Loney died in Glasgow

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