A Celtic State of Mind

Andrew Rafferty with A Celtic State of Mind – Football is not more important than life or death.

The SFA and SPFL announced the immediate suspension of domestic professional and grassroots football as of Friday morning. This decision was one which many fans had thought likely, but perhaps did not welcome. Certainly the feedback on social media among Celtic fans is that the cancellation of

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The history of the Shamrock jersey; the most sought-after Celtic shirt of the year

‘THE SHAMROCK JERSEY’ 1953-1965 The first Celtic matchday programme to be issued was for the Scottish League encounter against Clyde on 14 December 1946. Inside-right, Tommy Kiernan, appeared on the cover wearing a Celtic away kit. Although it was a black-and-white image, it can safely be assumed

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The Stevie Chalmers Collection attracts bids from across the globe

The collection of the late Stevie Chalmers sparked off worldwide interest today at McTear’s Auctioneers in Glasgow. Bids arrived from China, Italy, Spain and Canada for a stunning array of Stevie’s match-worn and swapped jerseys, pennants, boots, medals, programmes and iconic numbered shorts. Some items went for

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What’s on ACSOM’s Stereo? Littlemen’s forthcoming LP, It’s A Beautiful Thing

Bath-based LITTLEMEN are set to release their new album ‘It’s A Beautiful Thing’ on 20th March via their own Littlemen Recordings imprint. Littlemen make lush and sweeping Americana / roots-rock, reminiscent of Tom Petty or Bruce Springsteen. Their new album ‘It’s A Beautiful Thing’ was recorded at

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Declan McConville with A Celtic State of Mind – Diary of a Treble Treble: March 2019  

Saturday, 2 March 2019   Hibernian 0-2 Celtic   It was a very dangerous 17:15 kick-off in the capital for the reigning cup holders with a few pints with some of the lads from Irvine being had before the game. The first half was frustrating for the

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The ACSOM Review – David Keenan & Conchur White at King Tut’s

Who: David Keenan/Conchur White Where: KIng Tut’s, Glasgow When: Friday, 6 March 2020 Over the last few months I’ve been to half-a-dozen or so gigs. Some of the artists I’ve been to see were old favourites of mine, while others were acts which, at worst, I had

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Declan McConville with A Celtic State of Mind – Diary of a Treble Treble: February 2019

Sunday 3 February 2019 St Johnstone 0-2 Celtic The champions began February with a visit to Perth in what was Brendan Rodgers’ 100th league match in charge of the club. The first-half of the match wasn’t great and the Saints most definitely had the best chance of

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A Celtic State of Mind – The Legend of Luke Kelly set to make Coatbridge St Patrick’s Day Festival appearance

Event: The Legend of Luke Kelly – Dubliner! When: Saturday 14th March 2020 (7pm – 10:30pm) Where: Georgian Hotel, Coatbridge Tickets: £15 (in aid of Lourdes Charity) The Legend of Luke Kelly is set to appear in Coatbridge on 14th March 2020 as part of the St

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A Celtic State of Mind – St Mirren post-match with The Podcasting Poet, Kevin Graham

We scored five but it’s hard to say that this match ever caught fire or generated any sort of excitment. Both teams took the result with the minimum of effort… minds were surely on more important things. St Mirren were tidy and toothless. Pretty patterns suiting a

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Pre-Match with A Celtic State of Mind – Victory against the Buddies for Sweet 16

ALAN MORRISON: Celtic return to the Park for only the 4th league game of 2020 on the back of dropping the first league points of the new year. Despite another tortuous experience in Livingston, the champions extended their league lead further over the Gerrard Allstars. Meanwhile, opponents

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