Scottish football has been mourning the loss of former Celtic and Hibernian star Joe McBride.
Tributes have been led by Hoops boss Neil Lennon and the club’s chief executive Peter Lawwell.
After starting his career with Kilmarnock, McBride moved to Partick and Motherwell following a disappointing spell in England.
But it was Celtic he made his name, scoring 86 goals in 94 games for the Parkhead side.
Injury ruled the Scotland international out of their 1967 European Cup triumph but he still scored 35 goals in 26 games that season.
Here Celtic legend Bertie Auld speaks to STV’s Mike Edwards about his memories of his team-mate.
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