Robert Auld, a Scottish football player, and manager was born on March 23, 1938. He played for Celtic’s Lisbon Lions, who won the European Cup Final in 1967.
Despite the fact that he had been ill for some time, he was said to have died of natural causes.
He played more than 200 times in the Scottish League for Celtic, Dumbarton, and Hibernian, and more than 100 times in the English Football League for Birmingham City.
Early in his career, he also won three caps for Scotland.
He was the oldest of eight children born to his crane driver father Joe and his mother Margaret, who made ends meet by selling fish and fruit from the back of a horse-drawn carriage.
Bertie Auld’s Wife Liz
Auld and his wife Liz had five children, Susan, Carol, Libby, Paula and Martyn, and he adored them all. He also had eight grandkids.
They married in Birmingham’s St Andrew’s Church, and their daughter Susan was born a Brummie.