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  1. James Patrick McCarthy (born 12 November 1990) is a professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Scottish Premiership club Celtic. McCarthy made over 100 appearances for Hamilton Academical as a teenager, before being transferred to Wigan Athletic in 2009 for an initial £1.2 million which was a record sale fee for ...

  2. James McCarthy [2] (Glasgow, Escocia, Reino Unido, 12 de noviembre de 1990) es un futbolista irlandés que juega de centrocampista en el Celtic F. C. de la Scottish Premiership. [ 3 ] McCarthy hizo alrededor de 100 apariciones con el Hamilton Academical de adolescente, antes de ser transferido al Wigan Athletic en 2009 por una cantidad de 1,2 ...

  3. 12 de nov. de 1990 · Nombre en país de origen: James Patrick McCarthy F. Nacim./Edad: 12/11/1990 (33) Lugar de nacimiento: Glasgow Altura: 1,80 m Nacionalidad: Irlanda Escocia Posición: Medio campo - Mediocentro Pie: derecho Agente: StormSportsX Club actual: Celtic FC Fichado: 03/08/2021 Contrato hasta: 31/05/2025 Redes sociales:

  4. 12 de nov. de 1990 · Name in home country: James Patrick McCarthy Date of birth/Age: Nov 12, 1990 (33) Place of birth: Glasgow Height: 1,80 m Citizenship: Ireland. Scotland Position: midfield - Central Midfield Foot: right Player agent: StormSportsX Current club: Celtic FC Joined: Aug 3, 2021 Contract expires: May 31, 2025 Social-Media:

  5. 28 de jul. de 2023 · If Dublin win on Sunday, James McCarthy will become the holder of a joint-record nine All-Ireland medals with team-mates Stephen Cluxton and Mick Fitzsimons. McCarthy's father John won three All ...

  6. 28 de jul. de 2023 · Farrell puts it plainly about James McCarthy: ‘He’s probably the greatest we’ve ever had’ The way his Dublin team-mates speak of him it is not hard to gather McCarthy is hugely admired ...

  7. 3 de nov. de 2022 · Curious case of Celtic midfielder James McCarthy. by November 03, 2022. James McCarthy joined his boyhood club, Celtic, at the beginning of the 2021/22 season. McCarthy spent the previous two seasons under Roy Hodgson at Crystal Palace. This resurgence in form had seen him return to the Irish fold for the first time since Euro 2016.