Robert Auld is a Scottish former football player and manager. He is a member of Celtic's Lisbon Lions, which won the 1967 European Cup Final. As a player, he made more than 200 appearances in the Scottish League playing for Celtic, Dumbarton and Hibernian, and more than 100 in the Football League in England with Birmingham City. He also earned three caps for Scotland early in his career. He is also well known as a former manager at Partick Thistle, where he spent six seasons and is still held in high regard, being appointed to the club's hall of fame. He also had managerial stints at Hibernian, Hamilton Academical and Dumbarton.
About Bertie Auld
Midfielder who played his senior career from 1955 to 1973, most notably for Celtic FC; member of Scotland's national team in 1959.
He played youth soccer at Maryhill Harp, where he was converted from a fullback to a midfielder.
After retirement, he served as a manager for a number of teams from 1974 to 1988.
He was born and raised in Glasgow, Scotland.
He and Alex Ferguson are both members of the Scottish Football Hall of Fame.
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- Maryhill Harp F.C. players
- Hamilton Academical F.C. managers
- Hibernian F.C. managers
- Dumbarton F.C. managers
- Partick Thistle F.C. managers
- Scottish Football Hall of Fame inductees
- Scottish Football League managers
- Scottish Football League representative players