Football

Paul Gallagher with A Celtic State of Mind: Liam, Noel, Celtic & Man City

Kevin Graham Football fans were demonised by Margaret Thatcher during the 1980s. This and hooliganism meant that not many in the music industry admitted to liking the game. Apart from Elton John. Two awakenings, both widely credited with changing the public’s perception of the once beautiful game,

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Green Tinted Specs with A Celtic State of Mind – The Battle of Wounded Knee

David Turnbull’s move to Celtic remains in the balance after a knee issue was discovered during his medical. Celtic remain keen to bring the midfielder to the club, but with the Turnbull facing a spell on the sidelines, the terms of the deal are up for discussion.

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Martin Donaldson with A Celtic State of Mind – Meet the Kearny Celtic Supporters Club

This week, I caught up with Brian Toal, who has the honour of serving as president of the Kearny Celtic Supporters Club and, I must admit, I was blow away by his passion for Celtic and his hometown of Kearny. The Kearny CSC was founded in 1963

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Kevin Graham with A Celtic State of Mind – The Gain Of Bain

Scott Bain finished his season sitting on the bench in the King Baudouin Stadium a stadium renovated and renamed 10 years after the Heysel Stadium disaster. He would have had plenty of time to reflect on the best season of his career. Craig Gordon had turned in

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Talking Celtic with Scott Alcroft – The 5 signings Neil Lennon should make this summer

Neil Lennon stated recently that he’s targeting half-a-dozen signings and, with David Turnbull already in, we take a look at the other areas that Lennon might be trying to fill. We’ve lost Lustig, Benkovic, Boyata and Izzy from the back four, so we’ll start there. Here’s a

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A Celtic State of Mind – Talking Celtic with Scott Alcroft: Mikael Lustig’s Top 5 Iconic Celtic Moments

A prominent fixture of the Celtic first-team squad left the club this week. A question that most Celtic fans had to answer at some point about this player last season was: Should he stay or should he go? Of course, I’m talking about our recently departed Swedish

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Scott Alcroft with A Celtic State of Mind – Talking Celtic with Wanyama, Collymore & Sutton

Victor Wanyama: “It was my idea (to wear the number 67) because I used to support Celtic back when I was in Kenya and I knew a bit of the history of Celtic like the Lisbon Lions, who won the European Cup in 1967. “In Kenya they

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Colin Watt with A Celtic State of Mind – Which Celtic loanee can be the next Callum McGregor?

For Celtic fans, there is nothing better than seeing a young, talented player develop through the youth sides and then establish themselves within the first-team at Celtic Park. In recent years, we have been spoiled with the likes of Kieran Tierney, Callum McGregor, James Forrest, Liam Henderson

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Kevin Graham with A Celtic State of Mind – The Places I Remember

“There are places I’ll remember All my life, though some have changed Some forever, not for better Some have gone, and some remain…” In My Life – The Beatles Like most obsessives, football was introduced to me at an early age. The buzz of cup finals and

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A Celtic State of Mind – Willie Maley envisaged Celtic being the best in the world…

David Potter has written more than one Celtic book a year since his debut, Our Bhoys Have Won the Cup!, was released in 1996. He has since gone on to write more books on Celtic than anyone else, and has rightfully taken his place as one of

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