Two Unmissable Videos – ‘So that was the Stadio Olimpico’ and ‘the mrs loves filming me watching games’

TONY CASSIDY filmed the ten minutes after the final whistle in the Stadio Olimpico last night and captured in one video the absolute joy and delight among the travelling Celtic support, who were there in their thousands to see the Bhoys become the first Celtic side ever to win in Italy.

Well done Tony, this video will bring a tear to many an eye today!

It’s not the first time that Celtic have come from behind to beat Italian opposition, we did it a fortnight ago at Paradise and on one or two other occasions going as far back as 25 May 1967 and Tony delightfully pays tribute in this video to European Cup winning Celtic captain Billy McNeill and also club legend Tommy Burns who were represented at the game on a supporter’s flag.

If you weren’t in Rome and were watching at home then I’m guessing that this next video pretty much sums up you last night when Olivier Ntcham scored that brilliant 95th minute winner…

Talking about being Unmissable, you really do need to read Sandman’s Player Ratings today, Sandman’s Definitive Ratings – When in Rome you bring a gladiator, Maximus Scottius Broon, Soldier of Celtic...see HERE.

And what about Lazio? They don’t quite need snookers but they do need a MASSIVE favour from CELTIC if they are to qualify. Oh and if Celtic keep winning it is likely to open up a SECOND Champions League spot for Scotland so that will probably mean it goes to The Rangers! Who cares! Lazio left clutching at Green and White Straws – Italians need a massive favour from Celtic. Read about this HERE.

Celtic should fear NO-ONE in this Europa League now. NO-ONE!

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The Celtic Star founder and editor, who has edited numerous Celtic books over the past decade or so including several from Lisbon Lions, Willie Wallace, Tommy Gemmell and Jim Craig. Earliest Celtic memories include a win over East Fife at Celtic Park and the 4-1 League Cup loss to Partick Thistle as a 6 year old. Best game? Easy 4-2, 1979 when Ten Men Won the League. Email

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