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Truth to Power

Few films I’ve watched in my life have moved me quite as much as Callum McCrea’s ‘The Ballymurphy Precedent.’ McCrea wisely lets those who were there and suffered grievously to tell the story of the massacre of ordinary working class people by out of control elements of the British Army in the summer of 1971.

This is how it feels to be Celtic

I had one of those moments you get now and then at last week’s Celtic v Rangers game.

Fight for every ball

Big Archie wasn’t happy when I met him this week, ‘Talk about fcking up a transfer window!’ he began as he supped his pint, ‘what is it with Celtic, we get into a position to leave the other teams streets behind and we feck it up!’His feeling that Celtic haven’t built on a position of strength is shared by many.

Fight for every ball

Big Archie wasn’t happy when I met him this week, ‘Talk about fcking up a transfer window!’ he began as he supped his pint, ‘what is it with Celtic, we get into a position to leave the other teams streets behind and we feck it up!’His feeling that Celtic haven’t built on a position of strength is shared by many.

Riding the rollercoaster

When was it for you? You know, that moment when you thought ‘Wow! This is my team and it always will be!’ Sometimes you feel it as a boy when your old man or older brothers drag you along and you go just to see what the fuss is all about.

A toss of the coin

In memories view I can still see Chris Sutton control the ball under pressure and play it to his ever ready striking partner Henrik Larsson.

Rocket Man

Joe McLaughlin stomped moodily down the Celtic Way with his brother Peter in the chill of a November afternoon, ‘Fifty years he supported Celtic, Peter...

One of the best

Flag Day is upon us once more and it’s always a time to reflect on the achievements of last season and focus on the challenges ahead in the new campaign.

Welcome to Paradise

One of the pleasing aspects of being a Celtic supporter of a certain vintage has been watching our fan base become more diverse.

Joker

Jim ‘’ McCann’s coffin stood a little forlornly at the front of the small church.

Pride

The fine city of Glasgow was host to two very different demonstrations this past couple of weeks.

Bygone Days of Yore

I was fortunate enough to enjoy a break in the sunshine of Cyprus this past week and not being one to laze about in the sun managed to see a bit of the island.

The Smashing of the van

I strolled down Castle Street in Glasgow’s east end this week and got to thinking about the history which had been played out in this, the oldest part of the city.

The Real Deal

Henrik Larsson lay prostrate on the emerald turf of Celtic Park as a hush descended around the packed Stadium.

Hasta La Victoria...

Watching news filter through that the Argentinian football side had decided not to play a game in Israel this week reminded me yet again of the impossibility of totally separating sport from politics.

When boyhood’s fire was in my blood

It’s a feature of life that the older generation are often unhappy with the behaviour of the young.

The Star that Burns the Brightest

Just a corner kick from Celtic ParkA flame haired boy would playAnd in his heart was born a dreamTo wear the hoops one dayHe saw the people pass him byOn those gritty Calton streetsAll on their way to ParadiseAnd his heart did skip a beatTill the day his Da said, ‘Tommy!

A Piece of Paradise

Mikey Walsh took the stairs two at a time feeling an excitement in the pit of his stomach which ebbed a little as he reached the second floor and he remembered why he was here...

A matter of respect

A few years ago I took a group of children on a tour of Ibrox Stadium as part of an anti-sectarian initiative...

It has to be earned

Football can be a remarkable game once you fully invest your emotions in a team like Celtic...

If you know the history

Billy McNeil once said that there was a fairy tale quality about Celtic and sometimes you could be forgiven for believing it’s true...

A Harsh Reality

Celtic’s stroll to victory over Rangers in the Scottish Cup Semi-Final at Hampden Park on Sunday was just about the most one sided and stress free derby I’ve ever watched...

The History of the Poor

One of the more incongruous images to emerge on social media in recent weeks was taken at Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium a few years ago...

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TeamPWDLFAGDPts
1 Hearts 5 5 0 0 11 2 9 15
2 Celtic 5 3 1 1 5 2 3 10
3 Livingston 5 3 1 1 6 4 2 10
4 “Rangers” 5 2 2 1 10 5 5 8
5 Hibernian 5 2 2 1 9 6 3 8
6 St Johnstone 5 2 2 1 5 5 0 8
7 Kilmarnock 5 2 1 2 6 4 2 7
8 Aberdeen 5 1 3 1 4 5 -1 6
9 Motherwell 5 1 1 3 6 9 -3 4
10 St Mirren 5 1 1 3 3 9 -6 4
11 Hamilton Academical 5 1 0 4 3 8 -5 3
12 Dundee 5 0 0 5 2 11 -9 0

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19:45 14 September 2018

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