Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 25 December 2014

Focus on old Bhoys

A DOCUMENTARY about Glasgow Celtic, presented by RTE sports commentator Jimmy Magee, will be screened at the Queen's Film Theatre on Tuesday, October 3.

Film fans will be reminded that the club was founded in 1888 by Sligo-born priest Brother Walfrid and was aimed at alleviating poverty in the east end of the city.

Film fans will be reminded that the club was founded in 1888 by Sligo-born priest Brother Walfrid and was aimed at alleviating poverty in the east end of the city.

Celtic, of course, went on to become the first British football team to win the European Cup.

Jimmy promises that the show will include never-before-seen footage plus interviews with old players.

I'll bet revered Ulster greats, the late Charlie Tully and the late Bertie Peacock, who in their time had remarkable careers with Celtic, will be featured in the documentary.

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