Sandy McMahon And The Early Celts

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The tradition was started by the great Celtic side of the 1890s and by Sandy McMahon in particular. Born in Selkirk of Irish stock, Sandy McMahon first played for Hibs before, in late 1890, joining the new Celtic team which was beginning to make its mark on Scottish football and Scottish society. With a particular ability to score goals with his head, but also a fine dribbler and passer of the ball, Sandy McMahon earned Scottish caps and very soon became a cult figure of the age, as Celtic made their mark on football. Yet there was so much more to him than that. An erudite and well-read man with a wide knowledge of Shakespeare and Burns, Sandy McMahon was an excellent example of an urbane Victorian gentleman, as well as the most famous football player of his age. All this is lovingly brought to life by famous Celtic historian David Potter who has already written similar biographies of men like Jimmy McMenemy and Sunny Jim Young.


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Author(s) - David Potter | Sandy McMahon


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ISBN - 9781780914565

Dimensions - 23.4 x 15.6 x 1.2 cm

Page Count - 250

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