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EMPIRE OF THE KOP CAN’T STOP SINGING THIS ‘BRILLIANT’ CELTIC SONG

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LIVERPOOL fans at Empire of the Cop seem to be enjoying another one of the great Celtic songs that our support has created over the past year or so to recognise and appreciate our players and manager.

The Liverpool fans can claim that they sung You’ll Never Walk Alone first while every Celtic supporter will say that we sing it better!

They nicked The Fields of Athenry, changing the words to include Anfield Road, and there are many other examples of these two sets of supporters enjoying each others’ match-day singing.

Now the latest song that has attracted their attention is the brilliant tune and lyrics for the Stuart Armstrong song, which is becoming a real fans favourite.

Indeed one Celtic supporter remarked during the summer before Armstrong signed his contract extension and when there were strong rumours of clubs like West Brom and Brighton being ready to offer him a chance to play in the English Premier League, that Armstrong could not be allowed to leave as his song was too good!

The Empire of the Kop boys have been singing the Stuart Armstrong song all day!

With the Scotty Sinclair song beating This is How It Feels to be Celtic to the supporters choice as song of the year in the Invincible season, there is no doubt that the Stuart Armstrong song is the chart topper at the moment.

Callum McGregor, who is set to replace the injured Armstrong in the Scotland side this week, got his own song aired on Saturday and well deserved it was too.

Recently Brendan Rodgers asked why the support hadn’t yet created a song for James Forrest, who recently made his 250th first team appearance for the Hoops. Maybe Wee Jamesy is due tune bhoys?

Meanwhile check out the new CQN Podcast below…

NEW CQN PODCAST FROM CELTIC PARK ON SATURDAY

Kevin Graham is back with a new CQN Podcast from Saturday. He talks to supporters on the bus on the way to Parkhead, interviews John Paul Taylor outside the ground and captures the atmosphere and action inside the ground before getting some more supporters’ views on the bus home after an eventful afternoon at Celtic Park.

Apologies for a few sweary words in this podcast near the end.

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