The Celtic Network was created to give Celtic fans a credible alternative to mainstream media and after the first two months we’re delighted to announce that we are starting to deliver.
We have already had 50,809 unique visitors with roughly 8,000 of those visitors leaving the site to visit our partner sites. Most sites would moan about that amount of visitors leaving to go on to other sites but we are delighted with the numbers and we hope that over time the numbers will increase.
Not being someone who buys or reads the Daily Record on any of the other scandal rags served up as newspapers in Scotland I only found out late last night about this latest irresponsible article.
I am delighted to see that the club have issued the following statement:
TCN are delighted to support this great cause launched by Maley’s Bhoys. Please help out if you can.
If you do one thing today, please take 2 minutes of your time to read this, as it’s for a very good cause:
When I founded the ‘Maley’s Bhoys’ website in January of this year, I aimed to build a website and an online community with strong links to the worldwide Celtic fan base, and to charitable causes. In approximately eight months, we have been fortunate enough to continue to grow from nothing into a small, but valued, part of the online Celtic community. During this time, with the support of many good people, we were able to do our bit to raise money for the kids at the Good Child Foundation in Thailand with a raffle and an auction, with proceeds totalling over £375.