Football

John McCullagh with A Celtic State of Mind – “When you see those green and whites run out, it just hits you in the heart like a song.”

Back in 2013, Scottish music mogul Alan McGee spoke about discovering his latest prodigious talent – 14-year-old Doncaster native, John Lennon McCullagh. At just 15, John became the first signing to McGee’s 359 Music, who released his debut album North South Divide on 14 October 2013. McGee

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Declan McConville with A Celtic State of Mind – A Moment in Time: Celtic 2 Leeds United 1

Declan McConville looks at a moment in time, through the prism of a match programme… Welcome to Leeds United Leeds United are undoubtedly one of the new ‘greats’ of English Football. In season 1963/64, they won the Second Division championship and qualified for the top division in

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Exclusive Sean Fallon Jr Interview: “(Billy McNeill) would have come back for one more season, had he been asked.” 

The late, great Sean Fallon made his Celtic debut 70 years ago yesterday. To mark the occasion, Declan McConville caught up with Sean Jr, who is a popular figure around Celtic Park in his role with the Celtic FC Foundation: 1. What are your memories of your

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Declan McConville with A Celtic State of Mind – A Moment in Time: Celtic 3 Dukla Prague 1

Declan McConville looks at a moment in time, through the prism of a match programme… Bud’ vitana Dukla Praha Facts about our visitors The Dukla Prague FC, which draws its players from the Czechoslovak Army and is sometimes known as the Czechoslovak Army side, was founded in

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Screamacelica – Ian Brown’s Unfinished Monkey Business & Brattbakk’s Lasting Legacy

Unfinished Brattbakk Business “He’s bringing on that fucking half-wit. I canny believe it,” said Jonnie. His nerves had been disturbed. He had the false anger of a football fan. His concentration was broken while shakingly trying to roll a joint without anyone noticing. He was completely oblivious

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Exclusive Frank McAvennie Interview: “James McAvoy roofed a penalty into the net… he thought he’d won the European Cup, the way he celebrated.”

As the trophy gets lifted on a Saturday afternoon in late May, the Scottish football season comes to a close. Twists and turns along the way, a title race has been had, shocks and surprises and, without doubt, the odd controversy is what makes Scottish football so

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Paul Gallagher with A Celtic State of Mind – “Celtic always played with a swagger… had numbers on their shorts… great songs, great football. No comparison.”

PAUL GALLAGHER, the older brother of Liam and Noel, was A Celtic State of Mind’s first ever guest back on 11 June 2017. Since then, Liam has made a Lazarus-like comeback, reemerging from the embers of Beady Eye, whilst Noel has released one further studio album –

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Andrew Rafferty with A Celtic State of Mind – Destination Paradise

“How are you getting to the game?” It’s a familiar question that thousands of us are asked every time we talk about going to see Celtic. Home or Away, domestic or in Europe, every match, every fan, every journey has its own story. Through the years I’ve

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Kevin Graham with A Celtic State of Mind – The Dogma of Tradition

In a previous life, I fancied myself as a bit of a fan activist and decided to dip my toe into those murky waters of ideals and reality. I decided that TV was the enemy of football purists and it was my goal to bring the broadcasters

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One from the ACSOM Archive: David Sleight – Celtic and Liverpool… A Tale of Two Cities

This article originally appeared as part of THE PENALTY SPOT BLOG series on 22 July 2019. “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

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