19 years on from the fanzine went on sale at Celtic Park I would like to give a Big shout out to everybody who contributed, sponsored, sold or bought a copy of the publication. It really has been a brilliant journey we have all been on. The way we consume our media has changed so much over the years and it is testimony to the quality of writers we have that we have been able to continue in print format at a time when the print industry is on its knees.
Yes we have also moved with the times and offer independent Celtic fan media on all platforms with the latest being our new APP which hosts everything we do at your finger-tips on your phone or tablet but our heart still remains in the printed edition of the fanzine which is where the journey started.
The latest issue 110 of the fanzine is now available in print and digital format. The new issue boasts 48 pages of independent Celtic fan news and opinions.
Shane Duffy graces the front cover and after watching him home and away with Ireland I give my opinion on the big Derry defender. I also review the season so far and the effects of Covid 19 on Celtic fandom and my own struggle with the lockdown and how starting the Celtic Soul Podcast has had a positive effect on my mental health.
Dominik Diamond joins Mick Kane in Conversation and chats about his TV and Radio career, emigrating and his love of Celtic. Rachel Lynch looks at the quest for 10IAR and the season ahead.
The Holy-Goalie, John Fallon talks all things Celtic in his popular column. While Liam Kelly tells the story of the old Celtic Anthem, God Save Ireland and Paddy McMenamin looks back to 1988 and the Centenary Final.
Ciaran Kenny column concentrates on Celtic Fans against Fascism and a club for all. The anti-racism content continues with Anthony Joseph writing about his experiences of being a Christian BAME Celtic Fan.
Dublin based Celtic fan, Gary Griffin (St. Margaret’s CSC) features in the popular fan focus pages.
With plenty of time to read these days issue 110 includes a decent book review/preview section. Fergus McCann v David Murray, The Black & White Era and The Scottish Cup – Celtic’s Favorite Trophy by More than 90 Minutes regular contributor, David Potter who contributes to this issue with an article from the vaults about Jamie Weir and he looks back at A Rare Time War Experience in Celtic’s history.
Thanks to everyone who has pre-ordered the print copy of this the latest issue of More than 90 Minutes. All copies have now been posted and as always thanks to all those who have subscribed or sponsored the publication with no match day sales due to Covid 19 we need as much support as possible to keep the fanzine going.
You can also download the fanzine and get it instantly into your inbox if you can’t wait for the postman. Don’t forget to download the Celtic Fanzine APP where you will get access to all our free content.
Digital Copy costs 2.50
Print Copy costs a fiver and includes Worldwide Postage.
Thanks Again Folks.
Andrew Milne started More than 90 Minutes in 2001. He has written for numerous publications and online about Celtic. He is a former newspaper columnist with the Daily Ireland and the man behind celticfanzine.com. He is host of the Celtic Soul Podcast & Celtic AM pre-match events at Malone’s in Glasgow on match days and follows Celtic Home & Away. He is a season ticket holder for Celtic FC and the Republic of Ireland. He is also P.R.O. of St. Margaret’s CSC, a member of the Celtic Trust and the Celtic Graves Association.
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