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Tommy Gemmell: Former Celtic defender and 'Lisbon Lion' dies aged 73

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Tommy Gemmell: Former Celtic defender and 'Lisbon Lion' dies aged 73

Tommy Gemmell: Former Celtic defender and 'Lisbon Lion' dies aged 73

Celtic have paid tribute to Lisbon Lion Tommy Gemmell, who has died aged 73 following a long illness. Former defender Gemmell scored in the 2-1 victory against Inter Milan in 1967 when Celtic became the first British club to win the European Cup.


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Tommy Gemmell, Celtic hero and 'Lisbon Lion', has died after a long illness

Celtic's statement continued: “Tommy Gemmell is a true Celtic legend, part of the greatest side in the club's history and a man who played a pivotal role in our greatest ever triumph when, in Lisbon's Estadio Nacional, 11 men all born within a 30-mile ...


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