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Former Celtic man Lou Macari tells fantastic anecdote about Stein and Manchester United

Lou Macari has talked about his tumultuous transfer from Celtic to Manchester United. The Quality Street gang member, alongside Kenny Dalglish and Danny McGrain, was a massive Celtic supporter. However, after the death of his father, and with a family on the way, Macari needed a bump in his pay packet. Earning £55 a week at the time, Macari asked manager Jock Stein for an extra tenner to make ends meet.
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Former Celtic Star Lou Macari Builds Glamping Pods For The Homeless

Former Celtic striker and manager, Lou Macari, has been involved with helping the homeless for some time. He opened a shelter last year, which housed 46 people but had to close during the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. Undeterred, the ex-Scotland international has responded to the situation by installing new glamping style pods.
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The ex-Man United star helping the homeless through Covid: His shelter was deemed unsafe in a pandemic, so Lou Macari filled a warehouse with glamping pods equipped with beds, heaters and TVs - and numbered doors so residents can find work more easily

Lou Macari has detailed how he was forced to adapt to the demands of the Covid-19 pandemic to keep his homeless shelter in Stoke-on-Trent open. The former footballer, who played more than 400 matches for Manchester United, had 40 people using his shelter when the pandemic struck in March last year and the dormitory-style accommodation was no longer deemed safe and suitable.
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Quality Street Gang member and ex-Celtic boss Lou Macari makes impression with charity work

Former Celtic player and manager Lou Macari is making all the right headlines. Macari, who scored the winner for Celtic in the 1971 Scottish Cup Final replay, could be enjoying a quiet retirement. The former Manchester United and Scotland midfielder is now based in Stoke-on-Trent. Having left football behind, he’s making a legitimate difference in his community.