Tom McAdam



Tom McAdamTom McAdam started his career as a 16 year old at Dumbarton and he spent five years there before moving onto Dundee United. In 1977 Celtic snapped him up for ยฃ60,000 and he was to stay put for nine years. Tom played over 250 games for the ‘tic before heading down south with Stockport County, but he later returned to Scotland on the Douglas Park scene with Hamilton Accies. Motherwell were next up. He signed in 1986 and went on to play over one hundred games for the club. He was always capable of playing in defence or attack and it was this which made his partnership with Craig Paterson feature in Tommy McLean’s ‘Well, he joined Airdrie, where he began a coaching career, but shortly he returned to Parkhead.

Name:
Thomas Ian McAdam
Height:
6′ 1″
Weight:
12st
Date of Birth:
9th April 1954
Place of Birth:
Glasgow
Position:
Defender
Nationality:
Scottish

Football Career:

Dumbarton 1970 1975
Dundee United 1975 1977
Celtic 1977 1986
Stockport County 1986 1987
Hamilton Accies 1987
Motherwell 1986 1990
Airdrieonians 1990 1991

Well Career:

Apps Goals
League:
98 (1) 3
Scottish Cup:
10 0
League Cup:
4 0
Other:
0 0
Total:
112 (1) 3