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More than 90 Minutes Issue 133 Summer Special

20 June 2024

A double celebration Summer Special of the fanzine for your reading pleasure from a happy team of writers here at More than 90 Minutes. A rollercoaster of a season which saw Celtic hit top gear in the run into a League and Cup double.

As the cover says RANGERS PROBLEM WAS THEY JUST COULDN’T BEAT CELTIC. Glasgow based Celt, Mick Kane returns to fanzine duty for the cover story and looks back at the season and the run into winning the double.

Fellow Glaswegian Michael Pringle asks the question Have We Progressed from Last Season? The Shamrock Editor, Paul McQuade has an update on Issue 10 of his fanzine, his latest book and the return of Walfrids Walking Tour.

Martin Donaldson has been a busy bhoy attending Brendan Rodgers press conferences and getting to chat to the Celtic manager and James Forest. He also reviews the Players of the Year awards and An Evening with Joe Hart. At the player of the year awards he got to chat to Stan Petrov for the fanzine.

The Editor Andrew Milne looks back on the highs and lows of his season following Celtic over Land and Sea. Talented Poet, Erin Boyle remembers the late, great, Tommy Burns while Eoin Coyne writes about how Celtic peaked at the right time this season.

Paddy McMenamin enjoys another Scottish Cup Final at Hampden and also looks back and at previous Celtic victories in finals over the years. He also writes about his long trip to Glasgow for last Glasgow Derby of the League season at Celtic Park. Paddy also reviews our recent More than 90 Minutes Annual Dinner in Glasgow.

Liam Kelly looks ahead to another Champions League campaign and our man in America, Charlie Lord previews the upcoming pre-season tour of the USA. We delve into the late David Potters archives for A Day of Infamy in March 1962.

Rachel Lynch is happy writing about the successful return of both Santa and Brendan Rodgers both Heroes Again in the eyes of most Celtic Fans. Tim Molloy is back with a column in his native Gaelige tongue.

Ciaran Kenny looks back at Celtis for Change – 30 years on from the Rebels. Ciaran’s fellow Naomh Padraig CSC member, Mark Jordon features in our Fan Focus.

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