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As the final whistle went on our European hopes and dreams for another season, the Celtic support based high in the steep stands of the Mestalla and dotted all around the ground, stood, to a man, to applaud the players’ effort...
On the 21st May 2017, Celtic were completing a domestic league season unbeaten with a two nil victory over Hearts.
It happened well before Ryan Kent equalised in the 63rd minute.
Sporting greats throughout the years have made the most of this very unique talent.
As of writing this (26 March 2019) it has been exactly one month since the lure of the silver dragged a man from his “dream job” to mid-table mediocrity in the so-called ‘Greatest League in the World’...
Declan McConville with A Celtic State of Mind- The Celt who’s made the biggest impact since Lenny’s return
The quest for the Holy Grail of Scottish football is still well in sight for Celtic, and the man who has been the constant leader and true hero throughout this run is our iconic, invincible, irreplaceable captain – Scott Brown...
Paul John Dykes with A Celtic State of Mind – Big Rambo knew about Rodgers’ departure in January. Why didn’t Celtic fans?
“To tell the truth, not just to be first.” According to multi-Oscar-winning actor, Denzel Washington, this should be the raison d’être of the media.
I never noticed Neil Lennon running the length of the touchline to celebrate Odsonne Edouards winner against Dundee.
Tom Campbell with A Celtic State of Mind – Was Robert Kelly knighted for Jock Stein’s services to football?
The Queen’s Honours List, published at the start of 1969 contained one major surprise.
Six years on from their memorable centenary celebrations, Celtic found themselves in a footballing wilderness...
Declan McConville with A Celtic State of Mind – Beware of Rodgers’ return: Oko-Flex & Dembélé must stay
The banner scrawled with the bold proclamation, “10-in-a-row is not a project – Back Rodgers or lose him,” was revealed during a comprehensive league victory over Hamilton Accies with just five days remaining in the January transfer window...
JUST ANOTHER SHY At Celtic’s 2018 AGM one (somewhat older and disgruntled) fan raised an interesting point: “No player since Roy Aitken has been able to take a shy!
When researching Celtic goals for this series, I try to pick out significant memorable moments from a match – a touch of genius or a collector’s item, like a European goal from Bertie Auld, or a strike from Tom Boyd...
Into Creative reporter, Declan McConville, attended the first day of the Fansbet Star Sixes at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro last month, and here’s what he thought: With the SPFL taking a few weeks off for the winter break, there was an array of legendary footballing talent on display...
Tennis provides a “fertile breeding ground” for breaches of integrity and is engulfed in a “tsunami” of betting-related corruption at some lower levels, due to online gambling.
It had been eight years since I last spoke to George Connelly...
The McCann Takeover Part 1: How photocopied fanzines and fan power led to rebellion in Paradise It took just ten minutes to sell 500 copies of the photocopied first edition of Celtic fanzine, Not The View, before the first O** F*** game of Celtic’s centenary season...
As the ink dried on his Anfield contract in August 1977 and another record-breaking cheque was inevitably cashed by the Parkhead powerbrokers, the departure of Kenny Dalglish signalled the end of a golden era at Celtic Park...
In this latest episode, Paul John Dykes catches up with Lisbon Lion, Willie Wallace, who discusses: * Not playing for Scotland; * Signing for Celtic on a six-month deal; * Scoring the two goals that won the 1967 Scottish Cup; * Sharing a room with Bertie Auld;...
Whether in the stands, as a scout or in a previous life working for newspapers, I’ve regularly been asked the question: ‘How come TV football pundits, even good football pundits, regularly get their pre match analysis of a game totally wrong?
Bend It Like Brattbakk || Websters Theatre Jim Orr’s second comedy play ‘Bend It Like Brattbakk’ is the story of Tam Lyons, Maggie Lyons and her boyfriend Nat during the 1997/98 season where Celtic were attempting to stop ‘The Ten’...
Richard Gordon, Scott McDonald & Pat Bonner discuss Hibs & Celtic sharing the spoils at Easter Road, the hurdles Neil Lennon’s facing, plus Paul Heckingbottom’s impressive impact...
Welcome to the 90 Minute Cynic Podcast (@90minutecynic) with host Chris Gallagher joined by a panel of Louis McCaffrey, Chris Sermanni and Christian Wulff. Semi Final Win Jozo & Hayes Neil Lennon Manager Search Media Outrage We finish with a Versus Neil Lennon vs Brendan Rodgers European Record Follow us on Twitter: Twitter.com/90minutecynic Follow us on Facebook: Facebook.com/90minutecynic Follow us on Instagram: Instagram.com/90minutecynic...
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12:30 21 April 2019
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12:30 27 April 2019