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Background Information

Employment History

Match-Day Host

Celtic Park


Adelaide City


Celtic Supporters


Luton Town


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Celtic Supporters Club Perth, Western Australia - John Dixie Deans at PerthCSC

www.perthcsc.com [cached]

"Dixie" signed from Motherwell in 1971 and played for Celtic until 1976."Dixie" holds the post- war record of scoring six goals in a single game when he put six past goalkeeper Alan Rough against Partick Thistle."Dixie" is also the only player in Scottish history to score two hat-tricks in Cup Finals when he lodged both against Hibernian."Dixie" went on to play for Luton Town and a loan move to Carlisle United before going over to play for Adelaide City in Australia where "Dixie" is still a hero to the Adelaide fans for his goal-scoring abilities when he was the leading scorer in Australia in 1977/78."Dixie" scored 132 goals in just 184 games for Celtic, a truly remarkable goals per game ratio.He also earned 2 caps for the Scotland national football team."Dixie" is a match-day host at Celtic Park, where he entertains corporate facility guests along with other Celtic legends.


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