1919-11-29: Aberdeen 0-1 Celtic, League

Match Pictures | Matches: 19191920 | Pictures: 1919-20 Pictures

Trivia

  • The Glasgow Herald of Monday Dec. 1 gives the goalscorer as Gilchrist while the Celtic F.C. website gives the scorer as Goal Own. LINK
  • Also in the Herald an editorial opinion piece entitled "Jews as Persecutors" describes the "complicity of the Jewish race in the attrocities of Bolshevsim" which today would see the editor in court.
  • Elsewhere in the Herald much coverage is given to the scuttling of the German fleet at Scapa Flow, which the German government denies responsibility for.
  • The Herald also reports on the murder of Detective Sergeant John Barton of the Dublin Metropolitan Police who had played a prominent role in the Larkin Strike and the Easter Rebellion.
  • McDonald's store in Buchanan St. Glasgow is advetising boys' "Chilprufe", pure wool vests & drawers (long or short sleeved), at 5/s (25p) per garment. Another advert is for "Winox" a wine food, "40% richer than other wine foods".

Review

Teams

ABERDEEN:

Scorers:

CELTIC:

Scorers: O.G.

Referee: W. F. Campbell (Dundee)
Attendance: 23,240

Articles

  • Match Report (see end of page below)

Pictures

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Articles

The Glasgow Herald – Dec 1, 1919
Aberdeen, on the other hand, had only their own recklessness to blame for their failure against Celtic. Their defence was equal to all calls made upon it by forwards who have not been strikingly successful recently, to say the least, and had the northern forwards shown a little of that purpose and confidence which mark the Parkhead attack even in decadence, Celtic would have shared in a fourth consecutive drawn game; McNair and Cringan fully accounted for a line whose only asset was impetuosity, and by scoring the only goal Gilchrist added lustre to the only efficient section of the winning team. The Celtic attack was irritatingly clever and ineffective.