CELTIC DAFT: The Johnny Doyle Story

Out now – the first ever biography of legendary Celt and fans’ favourite Johnny Doyle.

Johnny Doyle came from a Celtic-daft family in Viewpark, Lanarkshire and had to be persuaded to give up his local supporters club membership to try and become a professional footballer.

Under Ally MacLeod’s guidance at Ayr United in the club’s most successful-ever period, teenage Doyle went on to win international honours before Celtic spent a record fee to take the flying winger to his spiritual home.

He was one of Scottish football’s most controversial and memorable characters before his tragic death at the age of 30.

This is his story.

Foreword by Johnny’s daughter Joanna Doyle.

Text length – 331 pages

Cover design and layout by Kinghorn Creative – kinghorncreative.wordpress.com

Cost: £20 + £4 P&P (UK and North of Ireland)

The is the fourth publication from Shamrock Books.

BUY YOUR COPY HERE:

CELTIC DAFT – The Johnny Doyle Story

The biography of Celtic and Ayr United legend Johnny Doyle.

£24.00

Postage – Books are issued by First Class post without tracking. If you wish the book to be sent either Tracked or With Signature for added security this costs extra – please email theshamrock@outlook.com for a quote before submitting payment via PayPal.

If you wish for the book to be sent to Europe or beyond please also email theshamrock@outlook.com for a quote before submitting any payment via PayPal.

Signed Copies/Messages – copies signed by the author are available. Please send an email to theshamrock@outlook.com with details of the message you would like included (or indicate if just wish for book to be signed).

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