Tag: 2011

Next Gen Celtic v Marseilles

Tonight see’s the last game in the Next Gen series for Celtic’s talented Under 19’s side. Unfortunately the young bhoys can no longer qualify for the knock out stages of the tournament but it’s a game worth going along too if you fancy braving the elements. Celtic were drawn in a tough group along side […]

Scott Brown – Get this sorted ASAP!

This season has been challenging enough so the last thing we need is a Pantomime going on behind the scenes. Especially when it involves not just a senior player but the club captain. The will he won’t he saga involving Scott Brown, his agent and Celtic has now become a tedious affair to many. From what we have […]

Songs.Celtic fans must decide which are appropriate.

In August of this year, we ran two polls. Poll one was a simple question. Should fans sing IRA songs at the game? Poll two a more in depth question. From a list of 10 songs which ones were acceptable to be sung at Celtic games. For poll 2 everyone was allowed to vote for […]

Fans against Criminalisation Public Meeting

Lets unite and push this campaign forward! There will be a Fans Against Criminalisation Public Meeting on Saturday 12 November (next Saturday) from 1-2.30. Following on from the debate in the Scottish Parliament last week when the Government-sponsored Bill was opposed by every single MSP except those of the Government’s own party, it is important […]

Motherwell 1 Celtic 2. Result of the season !

Did we need that result ? Oh yes we certainly did ! Once again we lost a poor goal but over the past few weeks the team have proved they are up for the fight. And it was a fight against an aggressive Motherwell side and a terrible referee. Richmond would give Brines a run […]

Joe O'Rourke gives TCN his views on "the bill" – A must read

By Joe O’rourke ,General Secretary of the Celtic Supporters Association. Considering Celtic Manager Neil Lennon was receiving threats from immediately after our victory at Snake Mountain at New Year; it was strange that the Chief Constable of Strathclyde Police, Stephen House waited until after the so-called “Shame Game” in March to announce his concerns about […]