More than 90 Minutes Celtic Fanzine Issue 121 Print Edition is now available to order and the E-Zine is now available to download.
It’s another packed edition of the Celtic independent fan publication as we celebrate Celtic as Champions again and automatic qualification for the Champions League.
The Editor, Andrew Milne reflects back on a season which saw fans return to Paradise after over a year away to witness a very successful double winning campaign after some poor results away from home early in the season.
Young Celtic Author and Historian, Liam Kelly pens The Place of Irish Politics in Celtic’s History. With Away Days on our minds regularly Liam also tells the story of how Celtic fans from the Calton invented football away days and he also found time to research and write about the Parkhead Fire.
Rachel Lynch asks Why are Very few outside the Celtic circle willing to appreciate the turnaround at the club? While fellow Dub, Ciaran Kenny’s Return to Paradise is Pure Ecstasy.
Respected Celtic Author and Historian, David Potter writes about the first day of the 1962/63 season a 3-1 win over Hearts but why was John Divers sitting in the stand looking glum? He also writes about one of the lesser known Cups, the Celts have competed for the Glasgow Merchants Charity Cup.
Tom Rogic and Nir Bitton sign off at Celtic while the summer celebrations continue as thoughts turn to what big European away days we have to look forward to while Eoin Coyne continues his love affair with Ange after his first season in the Celtic managers hotseat.
Martin Donaldson reviews The Wakes finally returning to the big stage at St Luke’s in Glasgow and Jim O’Rourke from Sarnia CSC features in First, Worst and Leave the Best Till Last.
Tim Molloy writes about Frank McGarvey and David Potter compiles an impressive team of Celtic Jimmies! Paddy McMenamin’s long read takes us on a journey from Galway Bay to Glasgow and many places in between as Celtic are once again crowned Champions of Scotland.
All the regular features are inside including the Anorak, Scoby, Goal, Since Last time and Snap features the recent More than 90 Minutes Annual Gala Charity dinner when almost £5000 was raised for the Paradise Steps Group and the Kano Foundation.