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He was spotted by a scout from Glasgow Celtic while the club was on tour in North America, and he was signed by the Scottish club in 1951 after being invited over for a trial. Becoming the first black player for Celtic, [2] and the first to play professionally in Scotland, [5] Heron went on to score on his debut on 18 August 1951 in a League Cup tie against Morton that Celtic won 2–0. Heron only played five first-team matches in all, scoring twice. [6] He was released by the club the next year after making one appearance in the Scottish Football League [7] and joined Third Lanark where he played in seven League Cup matches, scoring five goals but did not appear in the League. [8] Next he went to English club Kidderminster Harriers before moving back to Detroit Corinthians. At Celtic he earned the nicknames "The Black Arrow" [6] and "The Black Flash".


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