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If you know the history – Celtic at birth, 50 and 100, Part 2 – May 1938

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Part 3, May 1988 to follow later later today.

For most of the month, Celtic were inactive, having clinched a 19th League title at Love Street on Saturday, 23 April, with a 3-1 win over St Mirren.

May 1938.



On the same day, Kilmarnock manager, Jimmy McGrory had led his side out for the Scottish Cup Final at Hampden in front of 80,000 fans for the game with Second Division, East Fife, the sides drawing 1-1.

Dedicated to the memory of Billy McNeill and Stevie Chalmers, Lisbon heroes who brought so much joy to those Celtic supporters of a certain vintage.

Winger, Bobby Carroll was born in Glasgow on 13 May 1938.

His first game for the Tayside club was a League Cup tie against Celtic at Tannadice, Carroll scoring the opening goal in a 2-1 win, although the Hoops would go on to win the section then the trophy at Hampden in October, thanks to two first-half Yogi penalties, in a game perhaps best remembered for the pitch invasion by Rangers fans, as Celtic did a lap of honour with the cup.
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