After being on a high due to the success of F.A.C. demo I ended up sitting in Celtic park fully expecting a powerful performance from the team. How wrong was I? Probably as wrong as anyone can be.
Month: October 2011
Today’s first demonstration arranged by Fans Against Criminalisation was a great success. The turnout was great over 2,000 Celtic fans turned up to show their support for the cause. One of the most pleasing aspects was age and gender range of the demonstrators. The rally got under way just after 12.30 when a spokesman from […]
Celtic fans have a big day ahead. Firstly there is the Fans Against Criminalisation demo in George square at 12.30pm then it’s on to Celtic park to support the team against Hibs in the SPL.
Tomorrow F.A.C are hosting a demonstration against the Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Bill in George Square ,Glasgow. The Demo begins at 12.30pm and F.A.C ask that fans start congregating at 12.00pm.
Well that second 45 was is the best we have played for a wee while and it was all set up by a 20yr old bhoy. James Forrest. The wee mans two goals were top class. The first half was brutal with Hibs breaking at will. There was a hole in midfield you could have […]
Let me say as a football supporter I hate agents in general. They suck a disproportionate amount of money out of football and put nothing back in. However I don’t like this latest stuff coming out from Celtic regarding the Scott Brown situation. According to the manager, everything has been agreed but the Agents fee […]
I wanted to draw the attention to our readers and the wider Celtic support to an article written by Dr Jim Hamill a social media expert whose work I follow and respect which was publish last week on the www.energise2-0.com blog. The article looks at new methods of funding, running and supporting a football club. It […]
Only a year ago Charlie had played a hand full of games in which he wasn’t really welcomed whole heartedly by sections of the support. Then he done his hamstring and was out for a while. He was a surprise inclusion in the New years game at Ibrox playing left midfield and the rest as they say is […]
I never thought that a game against Aberdeen this early in the season would be critical but this one is. The past two games have offered us some hope in terms of the fact that the team fought their way back into the games. Lets be honest how many of us actually thought that the […]
Who would have thought it, racism and sectarianism in Scottish Junior football ? Police caution fan for waving 8ft swastika at football match Published on Thursday 18 February 2010 09:02 A FAN has been cautioned by police for waving a swastika – at a junior football match. The supporter – a man in his 20s – was spotted […]