Tributes Have Been Paid To Former Celtic Player Pat Mccluskey After His Death At The Age Of 68.
McCluskey, who was equally comfortable in defence and midfield, made his Celtic debut in 1972 and won six domestic honours, with his 191 games including two European Cup semi-finals.
He then played more than 100 times for Dumbarton, having joined in 1977.
Spells with Airdrieonians and Queen of the South, plus a stint in America, followed for the Scotland Under-23 cap.
“The thoughts and prayers of everyone at Celtic are with Pat’s family and friends at this very sad time,” said the Scottish champions.
Okay And Airdrie director of football Stuart Millar added: “He was a guest of the club last season, and as usual he was great value. Rest in peace, Paddy – it was a pleasure knowing you.”