Lambert inducted into Scottish Hall of Fame
Norwich City manager Paul Lambert was last night inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame. Lambert was one of four former Celtic players to be named along with the Parkhead club's first ever manager.
Norwich City manager Paul Lambert was last night inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame.
Lambert was one of four former Celtic players to be named along with the Parkhead club's first ever manager.
Willie Maley, the Irish-born player who served as manager of the Hoops for 43 years, was installed into the Hall of Fame with Jimmy Delaney, Bertie Auld and Mo Johnston.
Elsewhere, that quintet were joined by former Dundee, Spurs and Scotland striker Alan Gilzean, ex-Rangers defender Davie Meiklejohn and one-time Aberdeen, Spurs, Barcelona and Scotland hitman Steve Archibald.
Nominees are suggested by football fans around the world, based on their contribution to Scottish game, and the final list is selected by a panel of experts from football and the media.
Lambert was a highly successful midfielder with St Mirren, Motherwell, Borussia Dortmund and Celtic.
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He won the Champions League during his time in Germany and won 40 Scotland caps before embarking on what looks to be a promising managerial career.