Your Celtic Foundation and the fuel crisis


Your Foundation has today committed £400k to help those in fuel crisis in Scotland.  £49 fuel vouchers will go to around 6,200 households, reaching 17,000 people.  A further 500 people will receive a winter care pack worth £100.

None of us really know what the world is in for this winter, but fuel bills have pushed so many on low or no incomes over the brink.  Families are choosing between heating and food, and forgoing the use of things life stairlifts for the disabled in an effort to hold their lives together.

Everyone who has put money in a Celtic FC Foundation bucket collection, bought a badge or contributed in any way, should be very proud of what they have achieved here.  Winter always brings a surge in demand for the Foundation’s work.  This project, in partnership with the Fuel Bank Foundation, is only a part of what will be done in your name in the months ahead.

What started in 1888 remains a very live and active part of being Celtic.  Well done to all.

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  1. AN DUN , similar to the huns so far this season, still convinced they were on something last season.

  2. BELMONTBRIAN on 30TH OCTOBER 2022 8:34 AM


    Morning all, from Downtown Miami, quiet here. :)




    Never mind the ” Downtime Miami”…Ye canny whack the CALTON DEL SOL !


    What did YOU and The Lurkin Tim do with those Burds on Friday…I hope that you behaved yourselves…or did the Burds lead you on ?




    If you dont tell me I will get BRRB and/or DAVID66 to spill the beans ?




    HH Mate, I hope that you and the family are all well .

  3. ‘GG on 30TH OCTOBER 2022 8:51 AM


    Has anyone seen the Huns accounts yet? Or their UEFA submission?




    They are in a secret drawer beside BRRB’s wallet….somewhere.



  4. That wee TORY TIT ” Michael Gove” on the Laura Kuenssberg Pro this morning DEFENDING that horrible Tory Suella Braverman, and her SECURITY BREACH….and PM Sunaks decision to reinstate her to Govt.


    GOVE WAS formerly in favour of BENEFITS being increased to the rate of Inflation….when asked about it now….HE FAILED to commit himself and the GOVT to that and tried to spin his way out of answering…nothing new there then.


    Guy Fawkes had the right idea.

  5. By Paul Cuddihy, Celtic View Editor






    Celtic have five more games to complete before domestic football takes a back seat for the World Cup in Qatar.



    And the aim for the Hoops is to take maximum points from all the games in order to maintain their strong position at the top of the Premiership table.



    The first of those games comes this Sunday when Ange Postecoglou takes his Celtic side to the Tony Macaroni Arena to take on Livingston.



    And it could well be that the Celtic starting XI will show some changes from the team that took on Shakhtar Donetsk on Tuesday night.



    The manager has utilised his squad throughout this hectic schedule of fixtures in order to keep the team as fresh as possible, and it’s an approach that is set to continue.



    “We’ve got through this period so far not too bad so far, though we’ve still got five games before the break,” he said.



    “I’ve rotated the team a fair bit through this process so that we can manage being in the different competitions, and the fact that we’ve got the majority of the group healthy and available is good for us, but we’ve still got to navigate these five games.



    “After the break, obviously there’s still a fair bit of the season to go in terms of the league and both cup competitions, so we’ve got to be ready for that, but it’s still about making sure we finish this first section off as strong as we possibly can.



    “I think it’s important. There’s a physical toll but there’s also the fact that you’ve got to be up for a game every three or four days, and I think what’s helped us is that we have been able to rotate the team a little bit, which means guys coming in have that freshness in terms of, they want to perform well and this is their opportunity. I think that’s helped us through this period.



    “I was always conscious on the fact that there was no chance we would get through this schedule of games just relying on a core group of players.



    “We would have got a lot more injuries and our performances, even if we didn’t get injuries, would have tailed off just because of the general mental and physical fatigue that the players would have faced.



    “But the fact that we’ve made four or five changes every game means that we’ve got new energy coming in, which means guys, even if they are maybe a little bit fatigued, will get energy from the guys coming in, and within that context, we’re resting a few as well.



    “We’ve had some really strong performances in this cluster of games, but there have been some really challenging ones – Hearts last week, St Johnstone last minute – where we’ve had to work awfully hard as well, and I don’t think we would have found that energy and commitment if we were playing with the same group of players through the whole bit.”

  6. In ither news……………..



    Escobar is a wee sleekit nugget.




    SutherlandNoMore CSC.

  7. bournesouprecipe on

    Two wins from the last six visits to Livingston.



    Definitely if there is such a thing our bogey team, before Ange, who is certain to make changes to the starting line up with the Bernabeu on the midweek horizon.



    We’ve already hammered Kilmarnock on their dodgy artificial surface this season but Livingston will defend better and present a goal threat on the break, and at set pieces.



    Coarse and distance winner James Forrest is more likely to start in Scotland and Spain? , the same might be said of Ralston Bernabei and Maeda. GG and Kyogo all at once would be good.



    Don’t forget our extra VAR man ( game two )



    Any win will do fine CSC

  8. an tearmann



    You might enjoy listening to Sunday Worship on Radio 4 earlier this morning ‘Tranfigurations on Ben Nevis’ part of the BBC Centenary, and one of four mountain pilgrimages. A conversation on the way up to the summit between Alastair McIntosh and Anna Magnusson around the story of Jesus ascending the mountain with Peter, James and John. Well worth a listen now or later on BBC Sounds.

  9. We DO have a gane TODAY at 12noon don`t we?


    Is everyone waiting to grab a podium?



    Livi 1 Celtic 3

  10. Hart


    Ralston CCV Jenz Taylor




    Mooy Hatate


    Forrest Haksa





    No complaints from me about that team. We’re taking this game very seriously. 3 points please, Celtic.

  11. david66



    Condolences to you, and to all family and friends of your Cousin.



    RIP Don McGlaughlin

  12. Good morning, friends.


    With just over an hour to go before kick off, may I make a wee mid season plug for the ole POTY thingmy. For anyone reading this, whether you post on here or just lurk, it’s a survey that’s open to all. For any game that you catch, identify which 3 Celtic players most impressed you – sometimes it’s by their overall performance; sometimes it can be for one or 2 individual moments such as goal saving tackles or other moments to turn the game. Put the 3 names in an email and fire it off to me at the address below. No signing up process, no joining fee, just a simple wee survey. And, as some already do, feel free to involve family, friends or whoever. Everyone’s 3 votes all carry equal weight.


    Voting for today’s game opens from 1.45pm and will close on Monday evening at 10pm. The results will be posted shortly after that.


    Thanks for your support to date.


    Hail Hail!





  13. Paul67 et al



    Not a question of excuses but the plastic pitch at Livingstone is and has been a factor playing there. Still feel like I was the only one who opposed the merging of the SPL with the SFL, a deal which I think was directly related to the entry of RIFC into the lower leagues. Could be wrong about that. If that prevents an SPL ruling on plastic pitches, time for change. Motherwell have managed to produce a good pitch, and they have had problems in the past, and Livingstone must be exposed to more light than just about anywhere else in the SPL so ideal for a grass pitch. Don’t they make plastics from fossil fuels? Maybe Boris could raise that at COPS 27.

  14. Celtic: Hart, Ralston, Carter-Vickers, Jenz, Taylor, O’Riley, Mooy, Hatate, Haksabanovic, Forrest, Kyogo.



    Subs: Siegrist, Giakoumakis, Abada, Turnbull, Jota, Bernabei, Abildgaard, Maeda, Juranovic.




  15. Morning Celts,



    Game day away to Livi.


    Work to do,go to it Celtic.


    For us and each other



    A Celtic win please





    Celtic mac,will check that out on iplayer.thank you



    CelticForever-Kev is an ol ex 5 a side teammate,from his days at Yarrows.a good lad and deserved his success.




  16. Celtic have won on this plastic many times before, of greater concern to me is the low block which is certain to be applied by Livingston with 10 behind the ball and the aerial ability of our defence to cope with the inevitable corners and free kick launched into the box looking for Nouble Fitzwater etc whenever they venture forward, we need to move the ball quick and if we ever get behind their defence make it count every time.

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