Boyd retired from playing in 2003, but has remained working with Celtic. To view a complete list of all competitions and leagues filled with match details visit our overview page. Boyd is the sixth most capped player for Scotland with 72 caps, meaning that he is a member of the Scotland national football team roll of honour and can be found in the Scottish Football Museum at Hampden Park. In the latter tournament, he scored an own goal in a match against Brazil when the ball deflected off him as he ran back facing his goalkeeper, giving the Brazilians a 2–1 win in the tournament's opening match.. In 2016, he was named along with Davie Hay as new ambassadors of the club, joining Billy McNeill (who was named an ambassador in 2009) in this role. However, Boyd struggled to settle and spent only one year at Stamford Bridge. Profile page for football player Tommy Boyd (Defender). Boyd was transferred to boyhood heroes Celtic in an exchange deal which saw Tony Cascarino going to Chelsea. He has also participated in several charity events such as the Tommy Burns Tribute match and climbing Ben Nevis. As Boyd's career moved on, he began playing more in the centre of defence, whilst continuing to operate at full back on either side of the pitch when required, making him a versatile defender. His international career saw him garner 72 Scotland caps, playing at UEFA Euro 1992 and UEFA Euro 1996 and also the 1998 World Cup. Boyd continued to captain the club after the arrival of Martin O'Neill at Celtic Park in 2000. See Tommy Boyd's bio, transfer history and stats here. Tom Boyd former footballer from Scotland Left-Back last club: Celtic FC * Nov 24, 1965 in Glasgow, Scotland He played for Celtic for the remainder of his career, serving as club captain from 1997 to 2002. He has also participated in several charity events such as the Tommy Burns Tribute match and climbing Ben Nevis. Boyd now works in the hospitality area at Celtic Park. Thomas Boyd MBE (born 24 November 1965) is a Scottish former professional footballer. In 2016, he was named along with Davie Hay as new ambassadors of the club, joining Billy McNeill (who was named an ambassador in 2009) in this role. Note: the number of club matches may be incomplete. He holds the distinction of having been the captain who lifted Celtic's first league title in 10 years in 1998, preventing rivals Rangers from securing a record-breaking ten championships in a row. Thomas Boyd - Celtic FC, Chelsea FC, Motherwell FC. Boyd's form as an attacking full back saw him win a move to Chelsea that year. Boyd retired from playing in 2003, but has remained working with Celtic. In O'Neill's first season in charge Boyd played a significant part in the securing of a domestic treble, only the third in the club's history; Boyd became only the second Celtic captain (after Billy McNeill) to captain Celtic in a treble-winning season. The most notable of his achievements in his time at Fir Park was skippering the Well side that defeated Dundee United 4–3 in the 1991 Scottish Cup Final, considered one of the most exciting in the competition's history. He played for Motherwell, Chelsea and Celtic, and appeared 72 times for Scotland, which means he is a member of the Scottish FA International Roll of Honour. Boyd's professional career began at Motherwell, where he made 252 league appearances. Learn how and when to remove this template message, List of footballers in Scotland by number of league appearances, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Tom_Boyd_(Scottish_footballer)&oldid=976405379, Members of the Order of the British Empire, Scottish Football League representative players, Scotland under-21 international footballers, BLP articles lacking sources from October 2012, Pages using national squad without sport or team link, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only, This page was last edited on 2 September 2020, at 18:56. He also helped them win another Scottish Premier League title in 2001–02. Born on November 24th, 1965 in Glasgow.
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