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UK NewsPervert ex-Celtic coach 'exploited dreams of football kids to satisfy sexual depravity'

18:05  14 may  2019
18:05  14 may  2019 Source:

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Pervert ex-Celtic coach 'exploited dreams of football kids to satisfy sexual depravity' © Daily Record/Trinity Mirror Jim McCafferty 'used football to prey upon' his young victims

Beast Jim McCafferty used the footballing dreams of young boys to fulfil his own sexual depravity, a senior cop has said.

It comes after the former football coach, who worked at Celtic, Falkirk and Hib, was sentenced at the High Court in Edinburgh for sex attacks stretching back to 1972.

He admitted 10 charges of indecent assault and one of lewd and libidinous behaviour against boys aged as young as 11 and was sentenced to six years and nine months in prison.

Speaking after the sentencing, Detective Chief Inspector Sarah Taylor hit out at the pervert, urging other victims to come forward.

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She said: "Between 1972 and 1996 James McCafferty sexually abused boys aged between 13 and 19, under the guise of football.

"These boys had a passion for the game, they had dreams and hopes. Rather than provide a place of safety for them to fulfil these dreams, he used football to prey upon them.

"The trust and respect they showed him was repaid by a complete and utter abuse of power. McCafferty exploited his position to satisfy his own sexual depravity."

One of the beast's victims was attacked at Celtic Park while others were assaulted at hotels, training grounds and in his car.

Pervert ex-Celtic coach 'exploited dreams of football kids to satisfy sexual depravity' © Jane Barlow/PA Images via Getty Images A general view of Celtic Park

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He was also a kit man for Falkirk and Hibs before moving to Northern Ireland eight years ago.

Last August, at Belfast Crown Court, he was jailed for three years and nine months after admitting eight counts of sexual assault on a 14-year-old victim in Northern Ireland between 2012 and 2015.

Detective Chief Inspector Sarah Taylor added: "James McCafferty has blighted the lives of so many people, both his victims and their families.

"As boys, his victims lived in fear but as adults they stood united, finding the courage and strength to speak out.

"They were listened to and without their testimony we would not be here today witnessing McCafferty’s long awaited admissions of guilt.

"I would like to pay my own personal gratitude to these men. The damage that McCafferty inflicted will never be forgotten, however, today hopefully starts the process of trying to resolve the past.

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Pervert ex-Celtic coach 'exploited dreams of football kids to satisfy sexual depravity' © Daily Record/Sunday Mail Jim McCafferty was jailed at the High Court in Edinburgh

"The scale of his abuse is unprecedented, and demonstrates the systematic and calculated methods he used to target his victims. Whether as a respected coach or an affable kitman, he used every opportunity available to perpetrate his callous abuse.

"While this investigation is concluded, we are aware that there may be people who have not felt able to report. I would urge you to do so. It does not matter when or where the abuse occurred, or who committed that abuse. We will listen and we will investigate.

"The sexual abuse of children is still happening across our communities and in a range of different settings. It is up to all of us to make sure that children across Scotland can follow their interests and hobbies without fear and free from the threat of harm."

In July 2016, the Daily Record revealed how the vile paedophile preyed on young footballers in his care throughout his career.

He was delivered to a Belfast police station last night by the Record after confession to the sickening crimes.

Before he entered the city's main station, he asked to make a video confession for readers to watch as he faced his fate.

In his cowardly admission, he said: "I have been bad to people who didn’t deserve it and I want to apologise. I hope in time the people I hurt will find a way to forgive me although I will understand if they don’t.

“But I also want to say that I hope anyone who was bad to the youth players in any team in any club around Scotland, Ireland and England will come forward and admit what they did."

Sentencing him, judge Lord Beckett slammed McCafferty for his “prolonged course of criminal conduct”.

The judge said the abuse had badly impacted the victims, ruining or shortening careers and leaving them suffering from anxiety and depression.

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