Articles

Screamacelica – Teenage Fanclub’s Grand Prix & Pierre’s winning header

“I’m going to kiss Peter Grant.”   Those words were uttered by an emotional Tommy Burns on 27 May 1995. He was standing on the Hampden pitch in a dark-green tailored suit, and expressed the gratitude he held for his combative midfielder during an interview with Jim

Read more

Tom Campbell with A Celtic State of Mind – The Glory & The Dream

“Whither is fled the visionary gleam? Where is it now, the glory and the dream?” Decorated Celtic author and historian, Tom Campbell, recently self-published his 14th book on Celtic – A Very Different Paradise. Govan-born and raised, his accent subtly discloses that he has spent most of

Read more

Europa League preview with A Celtic State of Mind – Lazio under the lights

ALAN MORRISON: The European odyssey continues with the glamour of Serie A Lazio visiting Glasgow. Although they are the current Italian Cup holders, the Rome-based club are not serial winners with just 2 titles and 7 cups in 119 years. They spent over €22m in the summer

Read more

A Celtic State of Mind at the Tommy Burns Supper – 26 years and counting…

I have a confession to make… until last Saturday, I had never attended a Tommy Burns Supper. Sacrilegious, I know, and although I regret waiting all these years to sample this unique take on a Scottish tradition, the 26th instalment was well worth waiting for. The Heriot

Read more

Stevie Murray with A Celtic State of Mind – A lifelong Celtic love affair

The name ‘Stevie Murray’ is one that will be familiar to generations of Celtic supporters, with not one but three players of that name being on the club’s books since the 1970s. Stevie Murray mark IV, however, is not carving out a career as a classy midfielder

Read more

Post-match with A Celtic State of Mind – The Staggies hit for six by rampant Celtic

KEVIN O’ROURKE: We returned to the top of the league today after a 6-0 win over Ross County at Celtic Park. Having lost our last league game before the international break, it was important we got back to winning ways today and we did that in spectacular

Read more

Margot McCuaig with A Celtic State of Mind – The life and times of Jimmy Johnstone

His flame-red curls like a fire in the glen, grace and poise juxtaposed with underdog victories, the self-destructive nature of a classic rogue, and the ability to play football like it was an art form… Perhaps the life and times of Jimmy Johnstone was always destined to

Read more

Gerry Crawley with A Celtic State of Mind – Memories of Johnny Doyle

I grew up in Knightswood in the west of Glasgow, and had been training with Celtic once or twice a week from the age of about 14. I didn’t come up from the Boys’ Club, I was playing with Drumchapel Hibs at the time. Initially I got

Read more

Martin Donaldson with A Celtic State of Mind – A walk down memory lane, the Celtic Graves Society way

Glasgow Doors Open Day has become an annual event where business and buildings across the city let the public in for a behind-the-scenes look at some of the city’s most famous venues. You can tread the boards at the Tron, pop your head into the Panopticon or

Read more

Kevin Graham with A Celtic State of Mind – Is Twenty Plenty to Watch Scottish Football?

The reaction to The Bhoys’ ‘Twenty’s Plenty’ banners at recent away games was predictable. It was the only outcome after years of divide and conquer tactics employed by club owners and governing bodies.   We are conditioned to be selfish and default to ‘whitabootery’, while those who

Read more
Page 29 of 33« First...1020...2728293031...Last »

Celtic News Now

Subscribe to our social media

Cart