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PersonalFullname: John Joseph McInally
Born: 17 May 1915
Birthplace: Blantyre, South Lanarkshire
Signed: 17 Apr 1934
Left: 8 Sep 1937
Debut: Celtic, 4; Kilmarnock, 1. League, 11 Aug 1934
BiogInside-forward John McInally signed for Celtic in April 1934 from Wishaw Juniors.
He made his debut in a 4-1 league win against Kilmarnock on August 11th 1934 at Parkhead and helped himself to a debut goal. McInally was a decent player and never let the club down when he performed for them. Unfortunately for John despite his talent he just couldn’t dislodge Willie Buchan and Johnny Crum from the first team.
In total McInally made 9 appearances and scored 4 goals for Celtic before joining Arbroath in September 1937.
John, a bricklayer to trade then joined joined Motherwell before becoming a Physical Training instructor in the Air Force (playing for the RAF team in 1941).
While with the RAF he played for: Sep 1943 Albion Rovers, Leicester, Nov 1945 Clachnacuddin
Demobbed March 46.
Then 12-8-1946 Arbroath, 7-10-1946 Queen of the South, Nov 1946 Cowdenbeath,1947-48 Ballymena United, 30 Sep-1 Nov 1948 Albion Rovers to Los Angeles, Sep 1951 Wigtown and Bladnoch.
Source: Alphabet of the Celts by Eugene MacBride, Martin O'Connor and George Sheridan.
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