class-struggle-anarchism:

CHAMPIONS
Three in a row!
We love you Celtic!

class-struggle-anarchism:

CHAMPIONS

Three in a row!

We love you Celtic!

frookie:

Only in Scotland can a team be denied celebrating a title win with their fans thanks to ridiculous stewarding and policing. Players not even allowed to walk within 10 metres of the supporters to clap them without stewards holding them back. God forbid anyone should have any fun at a football game in this country. Last night when Bayern Munich won the Bundesliga they were in with their supporters singing songs and enjoying the occasion, but not here. Really disappointing but not surprising. Can’t let it put a downer on tonight though overall!

When I went to my first ever Celtic game it was the season we finished 4th in the league back in the mid 90s. I was a child back then, I don’t properly remember the rough times the club went through from the perspective of a fan who actually understood what was going on, but my dad is never short of reminding me and venting his frustrations that young fans such as myself often don’t appreciate things the same way as older fans do and that we can be far too complacent, because they remember very well the times when things were lean for Celtic, and they remember the times when Celtic as a club and its fans were mocked by the media and fellow football fans around the country as the other half of the Old Firm were financially doping their way to silverware. 

So don’t take it for granted. Don’t read the newspapers and the regurgitated drivel from the journos who find it such a chore to praise Celtic outright without mentioning Rangers’ absence. Don’t play it down because our old rivals from Govan died out through their own doing and left us without “real competition”, don’t play it down because we’ve done so well to wrap things up as early as we have. Every and any league win must be celebrated in the way it deserves to be, because we’re bringing in our third in a row this season as a result of simply putting in the work for it; no financial mismanagement, no shafting the taxpayer for our successes, it’s all earned on the pitch and there’s plenty to be chuffed about.

This is our 45th top flight title, and every single one of them are honest wins. So again, don’t take any league win for granted no matter the circumstances, because to push for ten in a row and attempt to achieve what the zombies never did, we will of course be needing this. 

Over the moon!

thefamousglasgowceltic:

A.M.F.

thefamousglasgowceltic:

A.M.F.

frookie:

End-to-end COYBIG chanting from Celtic fans from Friday night’s game against Killie at Rugby Park.

sean-moreland97:

Champions !!!!!

sean-moreland97:

Champions !!!!!

okayibelieveyou:

All that matters tonight :))))

okayibelieveyou:

All that matters tonight :))))

resiststance:

3 league titles in a row, earliest secured Scottish league title since the twenties.

Glasgow Celtic champions 2013-14!

resiststance:

3 league titles in a row, earliest secured Scottish league title since the twenties.

Glasgow Celtic champions 2013-14!

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frookie:

Fergus McCann’s personal message to the Celtic support:

“I appreciate the club marking the occasion of 20 years since the takeover.

In 1989 the process did not begin as a takeover. But by 1992 it became clearly the best way forward.

I want to thank the financing partners who joined me and had…

teblake:

The Green Brigade return.

teblake:

The Green Brigade return.

frookie:

The Green Brigade are back.

thesubversivesound:

Celtic 3 v 0 Rangers - 29/04/12

Video of the last ever Glasgow Derby between Celtic (Champions) and Rangers (RIP) on 29/04/2012. Another special atmosphere inside Celtic Park as we sent them to the grave, humiliated and broken! 

sean-moreland97:

Billy McNeill lifting the European cup (champions league ) trophy in 1967. Celtic Football Club was the first British club to win the competition !

sean-moreland97:

Billy McNeill lifting the European cup (champions league ) trophy in 1967. Celtic Football Club was the first British club to win the competition !