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And the winner is . . .

And the winner is . . .

Angela Jaap from Glasgow has won our Sean Fallon Book Competition. Almost all entrants second time round gave the correct answer to this question:

When Sean Fallon was manager of Dumbarton, which football legend did he try to sign for The Sons?

The answer was of course Johann Cruyff, a poor man’s Paddy McCourt if ever there was one.

Congratulations to Angela and thanks to all those who took part. Don’t get down, get even – go out and buy a copy. It’s one of the best Celtic books of recent times. Here’s our review of the book here:

https://theshamrockglasgow.wordpress.com/2014/02/26/celtic-book-review-sean-fallon-celtics-iron-man-by-stephen-sullivan/

We hope to have another competition along shortly.

Celtic’s Iron Man – injuries couldn’t stop him!

Celtic's Iron Man - injuries couldn't stop him!

A fascinating photo from the Sean Fallon biography ‘Celtic’s Iron Man’ by Stephen Sullivan.

Despite all these injuries his dedication to the cause shone through. He once played more than half a match with a double fracture in his arm.

To win a copy of the book in our competition, visit here:

https://theshamrockglasgow.wordpress.com/2014/02/26/celtics-iron-man-win-sean-fallons-biography-free-entry/

‘Celtic’s Iron Man’ – Win Sean Fallon’s biography! Free entry

One of the best Celtic books in recent times, here’s your chance to win a copy of the Sean Fallon biography by Stephen Sullivan just by answering the question posed below. 

We hope the response is as good, if not better, than our first competition for Alex O’Henley’s book on the mercurial Malky MacDonald which was won by Arthur Kennedy from Southampton. 

 

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To read The Shamrock’s review of the book, please visit here:  https://theshamrockglasgow.wordpress.com/2014/02/26/celtic-book-review-sean-fallon-celtics-iron-man-by-stephen-sullivan/

And on to the question . . .

Which former Celtic star recorded a message for Sean Fallon’s 80th birthday celebrations in which he said:  “Thank you for all the help and guidance you gave me.  If it wasn’t for you bringing me to Celtic Park, I don’t know what would have happened to me”?  

Was it:

A – Kenny Dalglish
B – Pat Bonner
C – Paul McStay
D – Danny McGrain
E – Ronnie Simpson

Email your answer with your name and address to: theshamrock@outlook.com.

Closing date is this Sunday, 2nd March 2014 at 6.00pm.  The winner will be drawn from a tri-coloured bobble-hat containing all the correct entries . . . get guessing ghirls and bhoys!