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PersonalFullname: Thomas McGregor
aka: Tom McGregor
Born: 23 Nov 1893
Signed: 14 Sep 1910
Left: 5 May 1919 (to Motherwell)
Debut: Celtic 3-0 Hamilton, League, 26 Apr 1911
BiogThomas McGregor was an ever dependable stand-by who served Celtic well for nine years, however this was interspersed with a number of loan spells, especially in 1918. He was essentially a stand-by in the squad for much of his time but still amassed a number of appearances.
Signed from Kilsyth Emmet in September 1910 he would make his debut in a 3-0 league victory over Hamilton at Parkhead on April 26th 1911.
Strong and swift McGregor was mostly deputy to the legendary Alec McNair and the excellent Joe Dodds but when he was called into the side he seldom delivered anything other than an excellent performance.
He finally left Parkhead in May 1919 for Motherwell (for the then large sum of £400) after making 80 appearances.
His highlight? Possibly being nominated reserve right-back for Scotland v Wales at Celtic Park! Always that darned reserve tag!
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