Another packed edition of More than 90 Minutes Celtic Fanzine
John Fallon the 12th Lion graces the cover of the fanzine as fundraising continues for a school to be built in Africa which will be called after the bhoy who can still be seen supporting Celtic, home and away. You can also read John’s regular column in this issue on all things Celtic.
Eoin Coyne writes about future proofing Celtic; Sectarianism in Scotland gets the DP twist. Rachel Lynch is Anticipating a Treble, and we look at the Celtic End proposal for an all-standing section in the Jock Stein Lower.
With the big cup game coming up away to Hearts we feature a look back on all Celtic’s Scottish Cup clashes against the Edinburgh side. Ciaran Kenny looks back at his derby day journey 25 years. Celtic beat Rangers 2-0 that day with Lambert and Burley hitting the target making it a memorable bus trip back to Dublin.
Martin Donaldson goes back in time and looks at the Celtic Partnership between James Kelly and Willie Maley. The Anorak is also on hand with plenty of little-known Celtic Facts.
Potters Players feature Bobby Petta and Didier Agathe who will be joining us on our Trip to Thailand for the Celtic Festival this month.
Paddy McMenamin looks back at all the Celtic Managers who have been in the hotseat at Celtic Park. Some good some not so good. Liam Kelly writes about Joseph McGroary, Celtic’s Puzzling Son of Donegal.
It’s 20 years since the Road to Seville and we look back at all the results on that journey and we also look back at one of our favorite days at Paradise, The Demolition Derby. What a day that was 6-2 in Martin O’Neill’s first game against them.
Fan Focus features Mark Fotheringham (Cavy 7-1 CSC) and First, Worst & Leave the Best till Last features Kieran Glavin (Cork No. 1 Pat Glavin 1988 CSC)
Tommy Sheridan pays tribute to his good friend and Celtic great, Frank McGarvey who sadly passed away recently after a battle with cancer. Frank was a regular guest with us at Celtic AM win recent years.
Plus, all the regulars including Editors Desk and Tim Molloy.