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HiB Ltd

HiB Ltd

Matchday Host

Lisbon Lion Midfielder

Scottish Premier League


Black and White Publishing


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The Birth Of Bertie ...

progs.fairlyoriginal.com, 23 April 2005 [cached]

The Birth Of Bertie Auld

New Manager at Hibernian - Bertie Auld

New Manager at Hibernian - ...

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New Manager at Hibernian - Bertie Auld

Auld left Celtic again in 1971 this time joining Hibernian on a free transfer. While at Easter Road he combined his playing role with one as a trainer, eventually focusing solely on the latter role.
He started a career as a manager in 1974, when appointed by Partick Thistle, where he would stay for six seasons.
He returned to Edinburgh as Hibs manager in 1980 (15-11-1980 to 15-09-1982 ) , in an attempt to revive the club following their relegation in the 1979-80 season.


www.falkirkfc.co.uk, 23 April 2005 [cached]

Scott, Denis Law and Bertie Auld.

Bert was that good.He played in the infamous relegation encounter when Falkirk could only draw 2-2 with Raith at Brockville, and Dunfermline beat Partick 10-1 at East End Park.Bert trooped off the Brockville pitch for the last time as a Bairn, and the upset was evident.Bert was heart-broken at the result and the implications for the club.
He was transferred to Liverpool, as part of the deal which brought Tommy Younger to Falkirk as player-manager, and quickly became a favourite at Anfield.He made his debut on August 22nd 1959, away to Cardiff where Liverpool lost 3-2.He won a Second Division Championship medal in 1961/62.
After a spell in golf management in England and Spain, the family returned to Scotland and Bert later acted as a coach at Hibs and as Chief Scout for Dundee.
He made several visits to Brockville and was always assured of a real warm welcome.It was fitting that Bert attended the first match at the new Falkirk Stadium between Dundee and Falkirk, and the two teams competed for the Slater - Merchant Trophy.

Bertie Auld | Black and White Publishing

www.blackandwhitepublishing.com, 31 July 2012 [cached]

Bertie Auld

Bertie Auld
Bertie Auld won 13 medals with Celtic in their astonishing rise to fame in the Sixties. He made his debut against Rangers in 1957. He left for Birmingham City four years later only to return in 1965. In his second spell he made 257 appearances and scored 85 goals. He also managed Hibs, Partick Thistle (twice), Hamilton and Dumbarton. He is now a matchday host at Celtic and a media pundit.
A Bhoy Called Bertie A Bhoy Called Bertie Bertie Auld
Bertie Auld's autobiography is every bit as explosive and volatile as the man himself. He never shirked a tackle as a player and there are still no holds barred long after the boots have been put away.
Bertie Auld
Bertie never shirked a tackle as a player and there are still no holds barred long after the boots have been put away.

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www.ntvcelticfanzine.com, 9 Feb 2011 [cached]

The news that ex-referee Tom 'Tiny' Wharton had heard the final whistle brought to mind a story concerning himself and Celtic's Lisbon Lion midfielder Bertie Auld.

'Well,' says Bertie, 'What would you say if I thought you were an arsehole?'
'Nothing,' replies Tiny, 'What you think is your own business.'
'Well,' says Bertie 'I think you're an arsehole.'

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