CQN Magazine L-I-Q-U-I-D-A-T-I-O-N issue out now!


We have another great issue of CQN Magazine for you, free of charge to read online – there’s not even any tax to pay!  Hard copies will be available soon. Click here to go to the magazine site for a proper read. The graphic below is only there to allow you to flick through it.

The magazine is packed full of fantastic articles from Celtic supporters from near and far.  We have coverage of our title winning season, tales of supporting the team from disparate locations as well as some great recollections and tales of following Celtic in years gone by.

Slovenian football journalist fan Blaz Mocnik speaks of his delight at learning he wasn’t the only Celtic fan in his village, the infectious enthusiasm of the Good Child Foundation has brought the club to a new followers, and there is a great reference article on money in the SPL.

As always, tons of work went into pulling the magazine together. Many thanks to James, David, Thom and all the readers who submitted an article (some of which have slipped to the next issue).

We like to give each magazine a title, this one, with a special dedication to Pablo, is the L-I-Q-U-I-D-A-T-I-O-N issue!  Enjoy.

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  1. Fantasma is Neil Lennon on

    well, tax me silly…….


    never been a ‘podium chaser’, but couldn’t resist when i logged in and saw no replies……. :-)


    are they deid yet ?

  2. Morning Bhoys



    What are the “I can’t believe there not Rangers” up to today.



    Are they American Truckers yet


    or still British ……………

  3. South Of Tunis on

    Bit non U , Paul .



    Old enough to care about such things CSC -Way down south.

  4. tully57 on 3 May, 2012 at 09:33 said:






    There was a joke going round at he time that Celtic had signed Arthur Mann from Man City plus a Bundeslig German player called Archie Shopps.



    The forward line was going to be…..



    Conn Mann Glavin Burns Shopps”




  5. The Pantaloon Duck on

    Thanks, Paul! I look forward to reading it.



    Gimme an “L”…

  6. ….. I am sure that an independent journalist like Jim Traynor or a Chick Young could be trusted to relay the correct message.



    Copyright Mark Hateley.




    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.

  7. theweegreenman


    I am sure that bit has been Awe Nawed (although, where Hateley is concerned, I am not sure why Awe Naw Awe Naws!),




  8. Mountblow tim on

    Paul looking forward to reading the new CQN Magazine



    Also looking forward to seeing The Thai Tims in action to-night


    Is there a collection at the game for the kids



    A wee pint in Heggies bar


    Before the match to catch up with some Celtic friends



    God Bless



    Hail Hail

  9. Celtic_to_the_core on

    The L-I-Q-U-D-A-T-I-O-N issue of the CQN magazine……this could well be a collector’s item in years to come!!! Looking forward to have a hard copy winging its way to Manchester soon.


    Keep rubbing it in Paul, James etc! ;-)





  10. The Pantaloon Duck on




    I hope you’re as excited as I am at the prospect of Mo getting a game tonight.

  11. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo on



    Published: Today at 00:46


    FRASER FORSTER will match a shut-out record that has stood for almost a century if he keeps clean sheets in Celtic’s last three games of the season.



    The Hoops have kept 23 clean sheets so far this season and will break the SPL record if they manage another one tonight against St Johnstone.



    Forster has started 31 league games, while back-up Lukasz Zaluska has played in four.



    And if Celts don’t concede a goal in their last three matches against Saints, Dundee United and Hearts, they will equal the club’s all-time shut-out record of 26 games set in 1914.



    Hoops legendary keeper Charlie Shaw set that record 97 years ago when he managed those 26 shut-outs in 38 games.



    Shaw, who stood just 5ft 6in tall, also managed to go 1,287 minutes without conceding a goal between December 1913 and February 1914.



    He played 436 games for Celts, amassing an impressive 240 clean sheets, before moving to America to play and manage New Bedford Whalers FC. He died in New York in 1938.

  12. Dontbrattbakkinanger on

    Pantalonio -ole clever clogs TBB has confidently predicted we’ll see a barrel load of goals from the crazily coiffured Sierra Leonian Cellick goal machine.



    It maks sense tae me, and it maks sense tae Mo.

  13. Lennon n Mc....Mjallby on

    Who are you?


    The new number 2.



    I am not a number,


    I am a free man!




  14. South Of Tunis on

    Whither ?



    Busted flat in Govan.


    Headed for the tube.



    Not so blue Yodel CSC -Way down south

  15. Joe Filippis Haircut on

    It might only be me but I find this Rangers saga has gone on so long its becoming boreing.The powers that be in Scottish football are and will continue to do everything they can to aid a Newco to start life in the SPL. When they are liquidated a debate will take place asking do Newco have a history well the answer is yes and no Third Lanark still have a history so will Rangers Newco of coursw will have to make there own history.With Newco n the SPL Scottish football will have lost any wee bit of credibility it hand and thousand of decent paying fans will desert it no longer willing to put there hard earned cash into a corrupt game.H.H.

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