1919-01-18: St Mirren 0-4 Celtic, League

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  • The Glasgow Herald football reporter seems to think that Taylor and Cassidy who featured last week are in Celtic's starting eleven, while sinuous Patsy and impetuously dashing Andy catch his eye. LINK
  • Elsewhere in the Herald is a report of the death of young Prince John following an epeleptic fit.
  • Also in the Herald is a report of a police constable who was shot twice in an incident at Parkhead Cross.




Richardson, Marshall, Callaghan, Brown, McInally, McKenna, McBean, Sutherland, Robert, Grainger, Thomson


Scorers: McAtee, Gallacher, Brown, McLean



  • Match Report (see end of page below)


  • Match Pictures


The Glasgow Herald, Jan 20, 1919
An attendance of 16,000 at Paisley, a record for the season, was testimony that the Celtic eleven as at present constituted approximates so nearly to pre-war standard as to give the championship a more decided character. The demobilisation of McAtee and McStay, and the temporary assistance of Dodds, Taylor, and Cassidy, have caused a complete transformation; the discredited eleven so readily beaten at Motherwell make way for potential champions. In that role, Celtic figured at Paisley where the home team could make no impression, nor withstand the impetuous dashes of McAtee, stil less the sinuous movements of Gallagher.