On Days Like These – Celtic fans snap up Martin O’Neill tickets

Celtic at lunchtime today announced that former Celtic Martin O’Neill will be staging a launch event for his autobiography ‘On Days Like These’ at the Kerrydale Suite at Celtic Park on Thursday 1st December.

Tickets for the hour long event were priced at £5 with the proceeds all going to the Celtic FC Foundations. Supporters could then get a chance to buy ‘On Days Like These’ and get Martin O’Neill to sign it in person.

26 May 2001: Celtic manager Martin O”Neill celebrates with the trophy after winning the Tennets Scottish FA Cup Final between Celtic v Hibernian at Hampden Park, Glasgow. Digital Image. Mandatory Credit: Laurence Griffiths/ALLSPORT

The tickets as you might expect were snapped up almost immediately with the website now taking names for a waiting list.

In On Days Like These, Martin O’Neill tells the story of his extraordinary life for the first time. Celtic supporters were invited to “come along to the Kerrydale Suite, Celtic Park on Thursday 1st December to hear Martin discuss his early life and career including his time at Celtic where he won seven trophies and reached the UEFA Cup Final in 2003. There will also be an opportunity to ask Martin your questions.”

Doors will open at 6.30pm and the event will start at 7pm then finish at 8pm. Ticket – £5 (proceeds of all ticket sales will be donated to CelticFC Foundation). You will be able to purchase a copy of Martin O’Neill’s autobiography at the event for £20 and have the opportunity to get it personally signed on the night.

Meanwhile talking about books about Celtic’s finest managers, the news today is that The Celtic Rising ~ 1965: The Year Jock Stein Changed Everything is now by popular demand (it’s been the most asked question to Celtic Star Books) available on Kindle.
The problem previously was figuring out how to ensure Kindle readers would get the same high quality photography sections as those buying the high quality hardback book and that has now been achieved, with the plan being to add all our previous books to Kindle over the next few months.

OUT NOW! Click on image above to order a signed copy.

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