- Jan 8, 2006
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Found this interesting piece by accident on Google.
Celtic's Complicated Relationship With Hibernian – (Part 1) | The Celtic Star
your on fire young manPart 4 here and I think Liam really has got it, missed a few bits and bobs but I reckon he might of read the Lugtons and 100 years of Hibs, impressive as I bought and read Dundee United's centenary book but turn the page anytime I see anything about Celtc. Good. I am impressed so far, although we all need to research the tale of the pubs used as an enticement by Glass to get Glasgow based Hibs players to join the lesser greens.
Celtic and Hibernian have had some tempestuous moments over the last century and beyond. Fact and fiction combine in supporters' analysis of these moments, particularly where Harry Swan is concerthecelticstar.com
Article 5 talks about where we are now, I think its fair to say, we dinnae like each other, they hate the Wisnae for the Hibees you'd be huns stuff ( I will sing it on Monday, its true and it boils their pish), maybe the song really is they'd be Hibs, but that disnae hurt as much?
I personally hate the souptakers stuff and their adopted Irishness as someone with Irish and much more importantly Scottish roots.
Excellent series and I see he has name checked the Bounce and is taking comments from here.
I’ve just added a comment about Harry Swan and his friend Monsignor Miley. Celtic fans way off with regards to Swan.I am very impressed, the research is first class, Slav Sam and I are itching for that first massive faux pas. I did name check the articles on a Celtc podcast I do from a Hibs angle.