Murdo Davidson MacLeod (born 24 August 1958 in Glasgow) is a former Scottish professional footballer who played as a midfielder. He made 22 appearances with the Scottish national team and played in the 1990 World Cup finals.
MacLeod made his name with Dumbarton in the late 1970s before moving to Celtic in 1979. During his nine years there he helped win five league titles, two Scottish Cups and one League Cup. He then moved to German club Borussia Dortmund, whom he played for 4 years and 103 games. He returned to Scotland with Hibernian, where he captained the club to a League Cup win in 1991.
After a successful playing career, he returned to Dumbarton as player-coach. He guided the club to promotion from Division 2 with a last day win over Stirling Albion in 1995. In the summer of 1995, MacLeod left the Sons to manage Premier League club Partick Thistle.
MacLeod's tenure at Firhill was unsuccessful, as the club were relegated at the end of the 1995-96 season. He re-joined Celtic as assistant coach under Wim Jansen, where he helped the club win a league and league cup double in their only season in charge.
MacLeod is also an analyst on [Newstalk] radio in Ireland on Scottish football. He also has the distinction of being awarded with scoring the greatest ever Old Firm goal in a vote by Celtic supporters in 2000.
WIN Co-operative Insurance Cup masterclass with Scottish football legend MURDO MACLEOD; The co-operative insurance cup.(Competition/ Offers)
Aug 12, 2008; DOES your school team need some tips to toughen your tackling, drills to develop your dribbling or skills to sharpen your...
WIN A CO-OPERATIVE INSURANCE CUP MASTERCLASS; With Scottish Football Legend Murdo MacLeod.(Competition/ Offers)
Oct 29, 2008; TONIGHT sees Kilmarnock take on Celtic in the last of the Co-operative Insurance Cup quarter-finals . If you fancy following in...
FOOTBALL: I'm at a Celtic Do ..Let's Check the Guest List to See If Jock's Invited; KEEPING HIS COOL: FORMER PARKHEAD NO.2 MURDO MacLEOD WON'T MAKE A SONG AND DANCE OVER BROWN'S BOOK BLAST
Apr 26, 1999; MURDO MacLEOD spent last night at an all-singing, all-dancing Celtic supporters' rally in Dublin. He was joined by legends such...