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More than 90 Minutes Celtic Fanzine Issue 118

25 November 2021

Another packed issue of the fanzine is now available to download as we wait for the print edition to arrive from the printers. Anyone pre-ordering the print edition will get a digital copy FREE while they wait for the print edition to drop through the letter box.


Johnny Doyle the man who loved the Green graces the front cover on the 40th anniversary of his sad passing, Inside the Editor, Andrew Milne looks at the state of play at Celtic while the Shamrock Editor Paul McQuade, Author of Celtic Daft, The Johnny Doyle Story pays tribute to the great Celt. Glasgow Poet, Erin Boyle pays tribute to Johnny also with a poem she performed at Celtic AM in Murphy’s Glasgow during our Johnny Doyle Special recently.

The Panel features More than 90 Minutes stalwart, Henry McGarvie, Glasgow Journalist Mick Kane, New York based Bronx Bhoy Brock McVeigh and the Kano Foundations Joe Mackin.

How was it for you makes a return with Real Betis fan Jorge Martin joining us for a chat and the Fan Focus is back with Raj Gandhu. Away Days is also finally back and features our trip to Seville in Spain for the Real Betis game.


Martin Donaldson, GOAL! looks back to Paul McStay’s 87 minute equaliser against Hearts back in December 1987. Regular contributor Rachel Lynch reflects back on the closure of the Celtic Shop in Dublin after 22 years.

Liam Kelly writes about The Chasm In The Celtic Support which Only Seems To Manifest Itself Online and Eoin Coyne embraces Ange Postecoglou and the unknown. Ciaran Kenny writes about forever keeping the faith and the Home Bhoys Room 1 on 1 features in our Podcast Review.

Celtic historian David Potter pays tribute to Celtic Legend Bertie Auld after his sad passing and he looks back at the Celtic career of Jack Morrison and former Celtic manager Ronnie Delia’s first season in charge.


All the regulars are inside including Since Last Time, Snap which features some great Johnny Doyle images, Comment, Scoby, Media Watch, Tim Molloy, The John Fallon Column, The Anorak and All Our Yesterdays