More than 90 Minutes Issue 127. The End of Ange and the second coming of Brendan is on sale now in both print and digital format.
It’s another 48-page packed issue of the Celtic Fanzine which features Ange (The End) on the cover as he leaves Celtic for Spurs after delivering 5 out of 6 trophies during his 2 years in Glasgow. We look back at his time in the managers hotseat and the surprise return of Brendan Rodgers.
The treble is celebrated as is Trophy Day at Celtic Park and each beating of Rangers during the past season. Let face it, it was a great season on the road home and away watching the Bhoys.
John Hartson chats to the editor in Talking Celtic and Lisbon Lion John Fallon gives his thoughts on all things Celtic.
We continue our look back at the run to Seville. Ciaran Kenny relives his greatest day at Paradise as his son leads out Celtic watched on by proud Mammy, Daddy, Sister, and Grandad.
Is the Celtic End, a true modern jungle, Liam Kelly thinks so.
Historical articles include all our yesterday’s v ICT in the Scottish Cup since our first meeting in 1930. David Potter looks back at Celtic record in Scottish Cup Finals. He also looks back on the career of Joe Cassidy and all 3 John Divers.
We are never housed, and we are out and about in Glasgow, Newry and Pattaya (Thailand). Where we review the Scott Brown and Mikeal Lustig big night at the Hydro in aid of the Celtic FC Foundation, The Celtic Festival in Pattaya and the unveiling of the Wille Maley Statue in Newry.
We also have part 2 of Celtic Minded. Mark Henaghen from MacConnell’s CSC shares his first, worst and best Celtic games and Martin Donaldson looks back at the Holy Trinity Partnership of the 1910’s.
Hold the Back Page is a tale of treble winning Celtic managers and that wraps up our last issue of the season.
Now time to start work on 128 which comes out for the start of the season.