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  1. Hace 1 día · Celtic team who won the European Cup against Inter Milan in 1967. They are back row (left to right) Jim Craig, Tommy Gemmell, Billy McNeill, Ronnie Simpson, Bobby Murdoch and John Clark. Front row (left to right) Jimmy Johnstone, Willie Wallace, Stevie Chalmers, Bertie Auld and Bobby Lennox. Two of the players later had connections…

  2. Hace 4 días · The aged McMenemy, now in the 80s, was also in the stand as well, apparently, but I was far more interested in men like Pat Crerand, Frank Brogan and Billy McNeill! It was not, of course, the first time that I had ever heard of the famous Jay Dee.

  3. Hace 3 días · Celtic proceeded to lose 0-2, and Willie Goldie, in the unkind words of a reporter, gave away goals “like soap coupons”, being badly positioned for the first and failing to grasp the second one cleanly. He was a bag of nerves, and never played for Celtic again.

  4. 6 de jul. de 2024 · In 1967 Celtic became the first British club to win the prestigious European Cup (now the Champions League), defeating Inter Milan 2–1 in Portugal. That Celtic team—which featured star players such as Billy McNeill, Bobby Lennox, and Jimmy Johnstone—is remembered as “The Lisbon Lions.”.

  5. Hace 20 horas · After the double was won in 1988, they got bigger as a club and had regular bands at The Roadhouse. Every year in the 90s, they had their dinner in the Town Hall with lots of guests over the years, like Billy McNeill, Tommy Gemmell, Bobby Lennox, Jim Craig, Bobby Murdoch, George McCluskey, Frank McAvennie, and Murdo MacLeod.

  6. Hace 5 días · The celts are here. Welcome to the official Celtic Football Club website featuring latest Celtic FC news, fixtures and results, ticket info, player profiles, hospitality, shop and more.

  7. Hace 1 día · The SFA stood by this proclamation, despite pleas to the contrary by the Scotland players, supported by England captain Billy Wright and the other England players. The SFA instead sent the team on a tour of North America.