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The Official history of Celtic Football Club (1988) : The Official history of Celtic Football Club: This is brillant football, it charters celtic's founding by an irish catholic priest to their double success of 1988 in celtic's centenary year.It goes through celtics highs and lows but mainly highs like the nine in a row and the lisbon lions in 1967.
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The Official history of Celtic Football Club: This is brillant football, it charters celtic's founding by an irish catholic priest to their double success of 1988 in celtic's centenary year.It goes through celtics highs and lows but mainly highs like the nine in a row and the lisbon lions in 1967.
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