Category Archives: Opinion

David Potters Reflections: The Green Brigade & Rebel Songs

22
Jul
2017

Posted By kevingraham

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There is no greater fan of the Green Brigade than myself. They add so much to the occasion at Celtic Park and elsewhere with their well co-ordinated singing and backing of the club. In some ways they are the envy of other clubs for their enthusiasm, and I am sure that the players on the field appreciate them. Were I a younger man, I would definitely be in their ranks jumping about with the rest of them. The trouble is …

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Opinion: What Does Celtic Mean To You?

30
Nov
2015

Posted By kevingraham

Posted in Articles, Opinion

“What does Celtic mean to you?” I was asked this question the other night. It took me by surprise that despite covering it in a blog that I couldn’t articulate it in a better way than blurting out: “Brother Walfrid”, “The Lisbon Lions”, “The Celtic Way”, “Tommy Burns” and then a bumbling monologue whose basic point was that we were more than a club and we’ve never celebrated season ticket sales or balance sheets but only Celtic. Over the next …

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Opinion: The Price Of Love

21
Oct
2015

Posted By kevingraham

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  The publishing of BBC price of football survey is always interesting as it always bears little resemblance to what we pay to watch Celtic.   This season the average away price to watch Celtic has been over £24. Away fans attending Celtic Park have been charged a minimum of £26 for the worst seats in the stadium.  These figures are not close to the £20 quoted and lauded by Neil Doncaster.   It’s clear that clubs are trying to …

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