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The Celtic Retro magazine is a great read on all aspects of the history of Celtic FC: the great players, the famous games, the supporters, the politics, the controversies, the songs – and some eras and issues that have been ignored before now.
Issue 1 – The 5 Ages of Celtic; The Kidnapping of Jerry Reynolds; Cliftonville 1984; Playmakers – McStay; Cinema Paradiso; Tony Cascarino
Issue 2 – The Icicle; Celtic Chronicles; The Berserking; Playmakers – Lubo; Celtic Brake Clubs; The Madness of Sir Bob; Ajax 1982
Issue 3 – The Joy of Celtic; Sandy McMahon; The Cappielow Riot; Playmakers – Malky MacDonald; The Cowlairs Orangeman
Issue 4 – Michael Davitt: Celtic’s Rebel Heart; Albania 1979; Playmakers – Peter Somers; Leigh Roose; Wayne Biggins
Issue 5 – Jimmy Hogan – The Parkhead Parson; South America 1967; The Emerald Thread; Du Wei; The Famed McCallum
Issue 6 – A Charlie Tully Special! Hoops of Steel. Celtic Chronicles 1893-4. Walfrid Walking Tour. Awaydays: Ibrox, 1888. Celtic Cameos.
Issue 7 – Jinky & The Phantom Footballers. Hoops of Steel: Jimmy Quinn. Celtic Chronicles 1894-5. On The Bench: the Brian Scott case. The dashing Dan McArthur.
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On matchdays at Celtic Park you can buy a copy from the programmes stall on Janefield Street behind the Lisbon Lions Stand (next to the site of the old Barr’s factory). You can also pick up a copy from fanzine sellers on the streets of the major approaches to Celtic Park.
The fanzine is also on sale at Calton Books in London Road, Glasgow next to the Barras: https://www.calton-books.co.uk/
If you know your history, It’s enough to make your heart go . . .
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