Former Celtic ahead Charlie Gallagher, a part of the squad who received the European Cup in 1967, has died on the age of 80.
Gallagher performed for the Hoops from 1958 to 1970, making 171 appearances and scoring 32 objectives.
Two years later, the identical two gamers mixed for the decisive aim when Stein’s males beat Vojvodina within the European Cup quarter-finals, en path to the Lisbon closing in opposition to Inter Milan.
Whereas Gallagher was not within the beginning XI for the 2-1 win over Inter, Celtic stated in an announcement on their official web site on Sunday: “He celebrated that triumph along with his team-mates and has at all times been rightly acknowledged as a part of the Lisbon Lions squad.”
Gallagher received a clear sweep of Scottish honours with the membership, together with three league titles, and was the primary Scottish-born participant in historical past to play for the Republic of Eire, profitable two caps.
Celtic stated: “Everybody at Celtic Soccer Membership is extraordinarily unhappy to listen to of the demise of Charlie Gallagher, who has handed away on the age of 80, and the ideas and prayers of the entire Celtic household are with Charlie’s spouse, Mary, his youngsters and grandchildren, and all his household and pals.
“Charlie’s contribution to his beloved Celtic over 12 years was immense. (He) was a massively standard determine amongst the Celtic help, who at all times recognised him as certainly one of their very own. His many achievements for Celtic Soccer Membership will at all times be remembered.”
Celtic’s gamers will put on black armbands for Wednesday’s pleasant in opposition to Bristol Metropolis as a mark of respect for Gallagher.
After leaving the Glasgow outfit, Gallagher went on to play for Dumbarton scoring 40 objectives in 95 video games, earlier than retiring in 1973.
Dumbarton stated in an announcement on their official web site: “The ideas of everyone at Dumbarton FC are with Charlie’s household and pals at this very unhappy time.”