West Belfast was a sea of green and white and red yesterday as Celtic and Cliftonville partied side-by-side ahead of the big Champions League game at Solitude. Indeed you were just as likely to hear a Glaswegian accent as a Belfast brogue as fans mixed in searing heat and visitors to the city from across […]
It’s not often that two West Belfast business owners face each other in a professional football match, but that’s exactly what will happen this Saturday in Glasgow.
It doesn’t matter which sport is being played the quality of the game depends as much on the ability of the referee as the level of performance of the players. Having done a stint with the whistle myself I tend to observe the referee as much as the players while watching football games, soccer or Gaelic.
GENERAL hilarity erupts in West Belfast, firstly at news that Rangers had applied to go into administration; secondly, at news that they had indeed gone into administration; and thirdly, that the inevitable 10-point docking had taken place.
THE LAST player to score 100 goals for Celtic Football Club is to address a sold-out Rock Bar event this weekend as he shares his inspirational and emotional story of how he fought back against the cancer that almost killed him.