These Days Are Tough But They Will Not Shake Celtic To Its Foundations As Others Have.

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Celtic fans should know one thing above all about the way this campaign looks like coming to an end, and about the general malaise in Scottish football; although they will be remembered in our history they have not rocked this club as they have rocked others in Scottish football.

The chances are that we will emerge from this slightly worse off … but not truly encumbered.

There have been darker days in our history than this, and that’s what our latest quiz – written by big Quentin Reynolds of our admin team – is about; Days That Shook Celtic.

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In the 1951/52 season, SFA chairman George Graham tried to stop Celtic from flying the Irish tricolour flag over Celtic Park, leading to a bitter stand off between him and the club. Which Scottish club backed Graham over his stance?

Please have a go at it and share it widely; it’s a wee bit of fun during a rough time.

Remember folks that Celtic is a strong institution. We will survive whatever is thrown at us. And we are strong as a support too, and we are unified at this moment in time, and that makes us stronger still. This Family is pulling together as never before.

Everywhere on Celtic cyberspace are people offering to help others, people trying to make a difference, people trying to improve things for others.

This is what we’re all about.

These days have battered us but they will not break us, not this Family.

We will come out of this, folks, and until we do let’s look out for each other.

There have been days that have truly rocked our club and we have survived those … we will certainly not succumb now, not to this. Celtic will endure.

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