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Careers can be monumentally turned around in one afternoon of football.
White gloves are usually associated with the handling of rare art masterpieces; omnipresent tools of the trade when executing the movement of vintage works from collection to collection or storage facility to gallery...
I can’t sell you the way I feel, Because the way I feel is oh so new to me.
With preparations in full swing for The Land of Smiles Celtic Supporters Festival in South East Asia in 2020, I caught up with Frank Simpson of the Bangkok Celtic Supporters Club to hear all about their club and their long-distance love affair with Celtic...
When the floodlights were switched off at Celtic Park on the night of the 10 April 1974, there was little suggestion that it would be the last time a European Cup semi-final would be played at the stadium...
A Celtic State of Mind have always embraced the club’s love affair with music, and this has now resulted in us recording six acoustic sessions over the last two years...
Coming home with A Celtic State of Mind I’ve been really busy recently with my new book stuff.
Martin Donaldson with A Celtic State of Mind – Browned off as Penalty Delivers Stake to Celtic’s Heart
A pretty terrible night came to a close as the Romanian champions scored their fourth goal of night thanks to a delicate chip from Tucudean...
A Celtic State of Mind have been largely impressed with Celtic’s start to the new season under Neil Lennon.
“One of the things that made an impression on me when I first came to Celtic was just how connected the first-team squad was with the supporters,” recalled Chris Morris when I spoke to him 30 years after Billy McNeill signed the Cornishman from Sheffield Wednesday...
The Met Office issued a weather warning for the Glasgow and Motherwell areas today with threats of heavy rain, thunder and lightning...
Undoubtedly, Ryan Christie deserved his ‘Man of the Match’ award on Saturday with 3 fantastic strikes from outside the box (random question: who, if ever, was the last person to score a hat trick for Celtic from outside the box, answers on a postcard) and a lovely...
It wasn’t quite a summer of discontent on Kerrydale Street, but fans of Scottish football’s perennial domineering force have spent their pre-season bemoaning an apparent lack of sufficient first-team reinforcements.
It’s hard to predict the new season. We have had a few campaigns of stability, but that erupted like a dormant volcano when Brendan Rodgers decided the time was right to go back to the English Premiership...
Not long after Willie Collum blew for full-time in the Scottish Cup final on 25 May, thoughts were already turning to season 2019/20.
A little over nine weeks have passed since Celtic triumphantly secured the historical Treble Treble at Hampden park on 25 May.
It’s fair to say this trip to Estonia is a dead rubber.
Speaking with Paul Docherty, I felt a huge sense of pride in the stories he shared which shone a light on a history deep-rooted in Celtic Football Club...
Scott Alcroft’s Ten-in-a-Row series will be a regular feature on ACSOM this season...
What is Celtic? It is a question that I have found myself asking a lot over the years.
David Sleight’s Penalty Spot blogs will be a regular feature on ACSOM this season...
Henrik Larsson, the bargain Bhoy who would be king of kings.
When planning a round trip approaching 600 miles, the members of the Pride of Erin CSC in Nottingham need to make sure they are up at the crack of dawn to make their way to Paradise for a match.
THE PENALTY SPOT BLOG “There is a finite amount of space in this boy’s head and too much of it is currently devoted to football.” So read one of my school reports the thick end of forty years ago and I must admit that Charles Dickens would...
Having successfully negotiated the second leg of our Champions League first qualifying round tie with FK Sarajevo, we now face Estonian outfit Nõmme Kalju FC.
In cities throughout England, the cultural and historical footprint of generations of Irish families are preserved in Irish centres.
A Celtic State of Mind emerged as a podcast in June 2017 with the aim of capturing the very essence of Celtic-supporting culture.
A little under two years after that famous 7-1 rout over our old rivals at Hampden Park in October 1957, when Celtic won the League Cup for only the second time, the club found itself again in a period of transition...
The fact that we are playing competitive football doesn’t feel right – It’s too early.
Bayo, Jullien, Boli improves, Fraser is back, James on the left, Wanyama chat, AIK and of course the game at Mordor...
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Celtic Park Glasgow
15:00 25 August 2019
Friends Arena Stockholm, Sweden
UEFA Europa League
18:00 29 August 2019