Who is Gary Mackay-Steven?

Who is Gary Mackay-Steven?

Gary Sean Mackay-Steven (born 31 August 1990) is a Scottish professional footballer who plays as a winger for Scottish Premiership club Heart of Midlothian .

When did Steven Mackay-Steven sign for Celtic?

On 16 January 2015, Mackay-Steven signed a pre-contract agreement to join Celtic at the end of the season on the expiry of his Dundee United contract.

Did a Celtic fan get a tattoo in Magaluf?

One Celtic fan woke up from a drunken night in Magaluf to discover he had got himself a tattoo. A “ten in a row” tattoo may have been bad enough on its own, but thanks to a slightly deaf ink artist, or slurred fan, the man now has “Terry Munro” on his chest.

What happened to a Celtic fan who got a treble treble tattoo?

A Celtic fan, delighted after watching his club secure an unprecedented Treble Treble, decided to mark the occasion by getting himself a tattoo. Unfortunately, the tattoo artist’s spelling was a little off, and the end result wasn’t quite what he hoped for! Booked Belgrade and everything!

What happened to Scott Mackay-Steven Celtic?

On 15 March Celtic won the Scottish League Cup Final against Dundee United, but Mackay-Steven was cup-tied, having already represented Dundee United in the tournament that season. On 12 July 2017, Mackay-Steven signed a two-year contract with Aberdeen for an undisclosed fee.

When did Steven Mackay-Steven make his debut?

On 13 July 2011, Mackay-Steven signed a two-year deal with Scottish Premier League club Dundee United. He made his début eight days later as an 80th-minute substitute for Johnny Russell in a UEFA Europa League match against Śląsk Wrocław, which his club won 3–2 but were nonetheless eliminated on the away goals rule.

When did Scott Mackay-Steven sign for Aberdeen?

On 12 July 2017, Mackay-Steven signed a two-year contract with Aberdeen for an undisclosed fee. He made his debut the following day in a UEFA Europa League second qualifying round first leg at home to NK Široki Brijeg, starting in a 1–1 draw. In the second leg in Bosnia a week after, he scored to wrap up a 2–0 win and advancement.