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27th November 1968: Red Star Belgrade v Celtic – European Cup 2nd Round 2nd Leg

24th November 1968 There had been a family do the previous evening and I spent most of it with the males of the species, all of whom wanted to ask questions about the goings-on at Celtic Park, like how did I get on with such-and-such a player, what was Jock Stein really like and did...

23rd November 1968: Partick Thistle v Celtic – League

18th November 1968 The guys who had played against Raith Rovers on the Saturday were given the day off.

16th November 1968: Celtic v Raith Rovers – League

14th November 1968 The previous evening had been a good one for Scottish football, with the four clubs involved in European competition all having good results...

13th November 1968: Celtic v Red Star Belgrade – European Cup 2nd Round First Leg

10th November 1968 After a very light training session at Celtic Park on the Sunday morning – more of a wind-down in reality – we all boarded the bus for the trip to Seamill, our usual haunt before a big game.

9th November 1968: Arbroath v Celtic – League

4th November All the guys – except those who were in the international squad – had the day off, which gave me the chance to be in the dental practice full-time and catch up with some paperwork...

2nd November 1968: Celtic v Dundee – League

28th October The whole squad was given the day off from training, although, as was the norm, anything with an injury of any sort did report...

12th October 1968: Hearts v Celtic – League

10th October The inside of Celtic Park was like a war zone this morning, with various players making their way to and from the treatment room while the un-injured ones squeezed past to get to training...

9th October 1968: Celtic v Clyde – League Cup Semi-final

7th October 1969 There was a reduced number that Monday morning at training, as a friendly match had been organised at Cowdenbeath to celebrate the new floodlighting system at the ground and quite a number of the first team squad had been selected for that game...

5th October 1968: Celtic v Dundee United – League

3rd October 1968 The headlines after the St Etienne match were both lavish and complimentary – This Was Celtic’s Finest Effort Celtic Overcome Deficit with Emphatic Win The Super Celts Find That Magic Touch Irresistible Celts – French One well-known reporter with one of the evening papers summed the occasion up both neatly and precisely...

2nd October 1968: Celtic v St Etienne – European Cup 1st Round Second Leg

30th September 1968 We all reported early that morning to Celtic Park and boarded the coach which would take us to Seamill, our haven before major matches.

28th September 1968: Celtic v Aberdeen – League

26th September There was a particularly good atmosphere at training that Thursday morning...

25th September 1968: Celtic v Hamilton – League Cup Quarter-Final

22nd September 1968 You could always get an indication of how the team was being regarded by the fans at Mass and on that particular Sunday, it was like running a gauntlet.

21st September 1968: Dunfermline v Celtic – League

19th September 1968 It would be fair to say that the atmosphere in the camp after the defeat to St Etienne was poor.

18th September 1968: St Etienne v Celtic – European Cup

15th September 1968 It would have quite amusing in other circumstances but the day after a defeat in an O** F*** match was not the time.

14th September 1968: Celtic v Rangers – League

12th September 1968 The last few days before any O** F*** tie are always very tense and the ones in that week were no exception...

11th September 1968: Celtic v Hamilton Accies – League Cup QF First Leg

9th September 1968 We got the day off and the Boss took us to East Kilbride baths, where we all cavorted about like wee kids...

7th September 1968: Clyde v Celtic – League

2nd September 1968 While most of us got the day off, others were involved in training for the Inter-League match on the Wednesday...

31st August 1968: Partick Thistle v Celtic – League Cup

29th August 1968 We were all back in for some training the day after the victories over Morton and Dundee United .

17th August 1968: Celtic v Partick Thistle – League Cup

15th August 1968 The headlines in the press offered great praise to the boys on the field – Sizzling Celts and also gave the fans good news about important players – ‘O** F***’ Pair Should Be Fit ‘Rangers centre-half Ronnie McKinnon and Celtic left-half Jim Brogan had stitches put in gashed brows after last night’s game...

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3 Kilmarnock 17 9 4 4 25 17 8 31
4 Hearts 17 9 3 5 23 19 4 30
5 St Johnstone 16 8 4 4 20 20 0 28
6 Livingston 16 7 4 5 17 13 4 25
7 Aberdeen 15 7 3 5 17 15 2 24
8 Hibernian 16 6 5 5 26 19 7 23
9 Motherwell 16 4 3 9 16 26 -10 15
10 Hamilton Academical 17 4 1 12 12 37 -25 13
11 Dundee 16 2 3 11 13 33 -20 9
12 St Mirren 17 2 3 12 12 34 -22 9

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