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Bernie Slaven

There was only one choice of club to support as a boy

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Sean Graham

Billy McNeill-Birthday Bhoy

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Andrew Crooks

Billy Bremner, Eddie and Frank, Peter Lorimer and big Joe Jordan

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Sean Graham

Eric Makes It a Black Day for the Celts

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Bill's Story

The story of William Corbett

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Celtic v Ajax Programme

Sean Graham

1982 - Celtic v Ajax £2.50 to get in?!

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Sean Graham

Memories Are Made Of This

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Richard Jobson

An evening of thuggery at Parkhead from the Spanish champions

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UEFA Cup Final Programme

Sean Graham

A trip to the 2003 UEFA Cup Final

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Wandering Jock

16th January 1971: I went on the supporters bus from Blantyre with my dad to watch Celtic play Dundee at Dens Park. We won 8-1. On the way back home, as we stopped for fish n chips, somebody spoke to me and realised that it was my 8 th birthday that day. Big whip round on the bus , into a 'bunnet', and I had a very nice birthday present from those funds!

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C.J.COLLIER

May 1967 on my BIRTHDAY.. the team I follow with my heart CELTIC FC went and became the 1st TEAM In Scotland and Britain to win European Cup, hence they were called the Lisbon Lions as the win was in Lisbon.

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Kevin Boyle

In May 1967 I was a Celtic-daft 8 year old, living in the village of Fochabers, counting down the days until I would be sitting down in front of the television to watch Celtic play Inter Milan in the European Cup Final.

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Greig Brown

The perfect way to pop your Glasgow Derby cherry

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Celtic tour circa 1960

stephen morris

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Celtic go on tour the check-in at the airport then was so much easier,

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Ally Mcerlaine

Abbey Road studios. Watching the 6-2 game and scraping jaws off the floor.

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Martin Burns

The horrors of the London-Glasgow overnight bus are worth it for a glorious Old Firm victory.

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Andrew Reilly

Away-days at Brockville? Expect the unexpected, especially when John Collins is standing over a free-kick

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Peter Chan

"Men against boys", they said, but it was Blackburn who ended up being taught a lesson

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Maurice Johnston set to re-sign for Celtic, the only team he ever wanted to play for

Maurice Coyne, Daily Mail sports sub

"Mo, Mo Super Mo, Super Maurice Coyne." Being called Maurice in Glasgow turns from a blessing to a curse thanks to a certain blond striker

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James McIvor, director of Scooped! Spoof Newspapers and Benchmark Books

From Simply Red to green-and-white glory, memories of Celtic's 3-0 Old Firm victory in February 2011 will never leave James McIvor

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Larsson scoring the third

Ross McConnell

Negativity everywhere, then up pops a little-know Slovak to inspire a 5-1 rout. Take a bow, Lubo

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Andrew Harbison

Demolition Derby leaves one fan in delirium as he listens in on his pocket radio

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Arthur Trubshaw

30 years of disappointment wiped out by an unforgettable experience in Seville

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Jim Lalley

The greatest gift a father can give his son? Jimmy Johnstone comes close

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David Currie

Hogmanay. 1988. Celtic v Hearts. Macca brings in the New Year in style..

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Stephen Hart

1987-88: Celtic's Centenary Season and Dundee's Defeat

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Down Under

Gavin Findlay

This match was a real knockout

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Maire Cooney

All hope seemed lost ..then up stepped Albert Kidd

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Martin O'Neill

Gerry Tartaglia

Martin O'Neill's angry reaction to defeat helps soothe this supporter

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Joseph McCormack

How Albert Kidd ensured Joseph McCormack would support Celtic forever

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William McPhillips

Georgios Samaras has one of his best days for Celtic in the cauldron of an away Old Firm match

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Pierce Egan

Pierce Egan recalls a Henrik Larsson-inspired comeback against St Johnstone

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Paul Larkin

With tickets in short supply for the first game of the Martin O'Neill era, Paul Larkin hatches a cunning plan to take advantage of Dundonian hospitality

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Mary Dornan

This Celtic supporter's memory is not her first game, or the first goal she saw, but the first time she heard The Jungle sing its song

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Celtic Social

Tommy Burns' Celtic were capable of giving you something a little different. Celtic Social remembers a special set-piece executed by two very different footballers

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Tom Leonard

The Scottish poet's reflection on Celtic's epic tie with Leeds United in 1970

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Stuart Braithwaite, Mogwai

The return of the King of Kings. Stuart Braithwaite is among the Celtic supporters welcoming back Henrik Larsson in his first match following a horrific leg break in 1999

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Jinky and Agnes share a special moment © The Herald

Michael Tierney

Behind every great man is an even greater woman. Never was that more true than in the case of Agnes Johnstone, widow of Jinky Johnstone. Michael Tierney spent an emotional afternoon in her company

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Nakajima huddles beneath his Gers duvet cover

Daisuke Nakajima

Do the Japanese eat dogs? Certainly not. Daisuke Nakajima, intrepid Shunsuke Nakamura correspondent, is offended, amused and then finally comes to terms with the weirdness of Scottish football

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Charlie's team - Celtic's 1985 Scottish Cup final squad

Charles McGarry

Celtic's victory in the 1985 Scottish Cup final triggered Charles McGarry's love affair with the Parkhead club.

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Better than Elvis: Andy Walker © The Herald

James Allan, Glasvegas

Celtic's 87-88 double-winning side were a bigger influence on Glasvegas frontman James Allan than any musician, but it was striker Andy 'Elvis' Walker who really stole his heart

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Noel Gallagher was mindblown by the 6-2 game

Noel Gallagher

250,000 fans at Knebworth? Pah. 60,000 fans at Celtic Park singing Roll With It was the "greatest thing" the former Oasis songwriter has ever seen

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Eddi Reader

A young Eddie Reader finds herself entranced by the genius of Jimmy Johnstone and repelled by the violence of Atletico Madrid

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When Billy met Bobby (copyright: The Herald)

Jim Kerr

Best, Charlton, Law. Who? Jim Kerr recalls Jock Stein's giants tearing a star-studded Manchester United side to shreds in 1966

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Eyal Berkovic: Scored twice against Rangers. Did nothing else

Willy Maley

Willy Maley recalls his father's dislikes as gleaned from their shared trips to Celtic Park: aggregate defeats, no-score draws, friendlies and non-communist fruit preserves

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celtic's finest hour - rodger baillie has a backstage pass

Rodger Baillie, football reporter

Rodger Baillie's career in football journalism spans more than 50 years and placed him in the victorious Celtic dressing room after the 1967 European Cup final. Here is what he saw...

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Paul Cuddihy, The Celtic View

It's a quiet day in the office of The Celtic View when Martin O'Neill, who has just stepped down as manager, comes in after clearing out his desk at Celtic Park. He sits down and gives those staff his going away present - two hours of special stories and insights from his legendary career

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The legendary Eusebio scores against Celtic © The Herald

Glenn Gibbons, sports writer, the Scotsman

It is 1970 and as the ball crosses the goal-line and the referee blows for full-time, Glen Gibbons is in a press box full of journalists who don't know if Celtic have just beaten Benfica in Portugal or not. It all turns on the flip of a coin. Or two

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Tony Hamilton takes Billy McNeill back to Lisbon.

Tony Hamilton, The Celtic View

Tony Hamilton takes the great Billy McNeill back to the Estadio Nacional in Lisbon to relive Celtic's finest hour

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Jinky gets another round in © The Herald

Des Dillon

A dilemma: what do you do with a pound note signed by Jimmy Johnstone when you're money's gone but the night is still young?

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