Thank You for visiting More than 90 Minutes Celtic Fanzine’s website.
More than 90 Minutes is a 100% independent publication for Celtic Fans by Celtic Fans. Contributors to the fanzine come from all walks of life and include former Celtic players. More than 90 Minutes is the label with the better stable.Contributors include former Celtic goalkeeper John Fallon, Author and Football Historian, David Potter, Journalists Michael Pringle and Eoin Coyne. Plus a number of supporters like John Molloy, Henry McGarvie, Ciarian Kenny, and Vincent Doherty who all deliver stories that affect Celtic supporters. We have close links with the Celtic Trust and FAC who regularly contribute and keep our readers up to date. Our resident cartoonist is Michael “Scoby” Coleman. Tim Molloy also writes his column in our native Irish tongue. In each issue we tackle all the issues concerning Celtic FC and its supporters. Our Have Your Say letters page always carries your thoughts and we do not edit your comments to fit an agenda. We always try to get the opposition fans views in our “How was it for You” column. We also interview former players and fans from all walks of life some famous, some not!. Former players who we talk to on regular basis on all things Celtic include John Hartson, Frank McAvennie, George McCloskey, Charlie Gallagher, John Fallon, John Hughes, Willie McStay and Tosh McKinlay
We also have a great relationship with all the other Celtic fanzines, the Green Brigade, AICSC and the NAFCSC.
We try to give an independent and fair view in our review section on books and DVD’s etc. We concentrate not only on the football side of the club but on the club’s history, tradition and heritage. We also cover various Celtic supporters events and regularly run articles on supporters clubs from Birmingham to Brazil.We tackle issues such as racism and sectarianism and in keeping with Brother Walfrid’s values regularly contribute to charities with money made from the sales and advertising and also arrange events from gigs, questions and answer nights and Gala Dinners.
The Fanzine was born back in the summer of 2001 and went on sale outside Celtic Park in September that year. It was originally an A5 publication but over the years it has grown to an A4 full colour publication and is now available in newsagents throughout Ireland and the greater Glasgow area as well as on match days outside stadiums. You can also subscribe and get the magazine delivered to your doorstep or earn some extra cash by selling outside stadiums, in your local pub or on your supporters bus. You can also buy our online ezine by visiting our online shop. For more information on becoming a seller contact us.
We are always looking for contributors so keep your letters, articles, cartoons, drawings, funnies, photos and comments coming in.
Keep the Faith
Andrew Milne (Editor)
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