The Bhoys just keep creating history at the moment and it’ll be interesting to see how what is being done at the moment will be remembered in the years to come.
A club like ours has so much history, not a day goes past where some sort of landmark to do with the team or the players comes about.
And, whilst we’ll have to wait and see how this season’s efforts are remembered, they’ll do well to get the kind of nostalgic reaction to this man:
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) May 3, 2018
Let’s take a look at the response to this On This Day in question:
My first ever game at Hampden where my pal Pat McCluskey scored in that Final.
— minkster1 (@minkster36) May 3, 2018
Your pal stole that penalty off my auld man for his hatrick in that cup final ????????
— Baz (@B4ZWILSON) May 3, 2018
I was there with my old boy and was 8. I recall Paul Wilson scored 2 despite his Mum passing away just before. Was it 3-1 or 4-1 ?????
— Jim McGarvey (@jimmcgarvey7) May 3, 2018
It should be Sir Billy McNeill. Shocking that the first British club captain to lift the European Cup has not been knighted, especially when Big Jock was overlooked.
— Patrick Murphy (@Pat_the_Murph) May 3, 2018
I was there – another great day. ????????
— John Doyle (@Jdoyle67John) May 3, 2018
What an iconic image ????
— Donegal Bhoy (@PatrickSharke13) May 3, 2018
Only one king Billy ????
— Marty D ???????? ???? ???????? (@martydev1888) May 3, 2018
Absolute legend HH????????
— Stephen (@Stephen8767) May 3, 2018
Billy McNeill is one of the true greats and is an example to any of our leaders as to how you take the club to the highest heights.
A man who’s given six decades of service to our club, they just don’t make them like him anymore.
Truly, a legend.
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