14 players who turned out for both Motherwell and Celtic

Through out the history of both clubs a number of players have represented both Motherwell and Celtic football clubs.

Friday, 9th August 2019, 12:09 pm

Here a 14 of those men who have worn both the green and white hoops and the claret and amber.

The former Hoops and Scotland captain finished his career at Fir Park and now coaches the Celtic U18s team
The Aussie striker signed for Celtic from Motherwell in 2007 then returned to the Steelmen after spells with Middlesbrough and Milwall
Lambert left Motherwell in 1996 to join Bourissia Dortumd who he went on to win the Champions League with before returning to Scotland with Celtic in 1997
Revered by both 'Well and Celtic supporters, O'Donnell moved to Celtic Park in 1994 from Motherwell but returned in 2004
Signed by Celtic from Motherwell in 2004 then returned to Fir Park twice in 2015 and 2017 either side of spells in India
Started his senior career with Motherwell before moving to Chelsea then returning to Scotland with Celitc all while earning 72 Scotland caps
Like so many others on this list McClair would eventually return to Fir Park after making over 350 appearances for Manchester United who signed him from Celtic
Marshall turned out over 100 times for Celtic and ended his career at Motherwell having played for several clubs in Scotland and England
The Republic of Ireland striker was on-loan at Motherwell from Celtic in 2009 and has gone on to play in Bulgaria, Cyprus, Poland New Zealand and Israel
Now the recognisable voice of Scottish Football on Sky Sports, Walker joined Celtic from Motherwell in 1987
The Turkish striker was loaned to Fir Park in 2018 from Celtic, he now play for Genclerbirligi in his home country
The Irish striker made over 100 appearances for both Motherwell and Celtic respectively in the 1980s and 1990s
The striker scored 124 goals in 184 Celtic games and had a similarly impressive record at Motherwell with 78 goals in 152 games
Falconer signed from Motherwell from Celtic in 1996, he also turned out for Aberdeen, St Johnstone and Dundee among others in his career