Journalist says one Celtic player can "make himself an instant hero" with fans in Old Firm clash
Celtic striker Georgios Giakoumakis could make himself an ‘instant hero’ with the club’s supporters if he fires them to a famous Old Firm derby victory, according to journalist Pete O’Rourke. The Hoops are set to take on their bitter rivals Rangers in an intriguing clash on Sunday in a fixture that could go a long […]The Hoops are set to take on their bitter rivals Rangers in an intriguing clash on Sunday in a fixture that could go a long way to deciding the destination of the Scottish Premiership title.
© West-France Gi Keltik, President of the Breton Branch of Celtic League.
Celtic League was created in 1961, during the Eisteddfod, Welsh Festival. In his magazine, Carn, we write in English, Gaelic and Breton.
For 61 years, Celtic League, founded during the Eisteddfod, Literature Festival, Poetry and Music in Wales, connects Celtic peoples through a magazine, Carn. In its creation, it has the support of autonomous political parties, such as the Cymru Gallois, Scottish National Party (SNP) Scottish, or the movement for the organization of Brittany (MOB), ancestor of the UDB.
Among the founders, there are Gwynfor Evans, president of the Cymru Plaid. His first Secretary General was the linguist Alan Heusaff, Breton militant of the Breton National Party, in 1938, and a member of the Bezenn Perrot, militia who fought with the Nazis and who was sentenced to death by absentia, exiled in Ireland.
World media react as Celtic sink Rangers to spark 'deathly hush' after Ange Postecoglou 'bet' spectacularly pays off
Eyes were transfixed on events at Ibrox despite mammoth matches taking place across the top five leagues in Europe. One of the sport's most famous derbies was the only show in town on a night when Ange Postecoglou 's men roared to the Premiership summit.
The six Celtic entities that compose it (Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Brittany, Cornwall and Isle of Man) have for slogan, "Six Nations, One Soul" (Six Nations, a soul). And a goal: to defend the rights of Celtic nations in the political, economic or cultural fields ... The founders had in mind what had happened during the last war, the desire to put peace forward, points out Gi Keltiek, his current Breton representative.
Since the 1970s, Celtic League has been in the political field of the left center, indicates an article of Carn, which returned to its own story in its summer issue 2021. According to Gi Keltik, most of our writings Today is devoted to the defense of our languages. But, we are also talking about social and economic activities in all Celtic languages. We write French on Breton topics to talk to other nations about what is happening in Brittany ".
Celtic progression: Ange Postecoglou, the importance trust, banner revenge on cards, shrewd signings but it's not done yet
Ahead of kick-off for Sunday’s Old Firm clash between Rangers and Celtic at Ibrox, the home support unfurled a banner that covered half of the Broomloan Stand. © Celtic players celebrate at full time after the 2-1 win at Ibrox. It read: “This city is ours.” Following Celtic’s 2-1 triumph, it’s hard to agree with such a statement.Landslide winners of the cinch Premiership last season, Rangers had Celtic where they wanted them, the Parkhead outfit having blown the chance for ten titles in a row and falling behind their Glasgow foes.
If Ireland, since 1916, has been an example for other Celtic peoples, today a lot look to Scotland and its devolution "Celtic countries have different stories. We are very far from a real devolution in Brittany. The more peacefully we can advance things, the better. I am thinking of Gerry Adams and Good Friday Agreement in 1998 (Good Friday Agreement), which brought the peace process in Northern Ireland and spread elsewhere, for example, in the Basque Country. This is the spirit of Carn. » © West-France The magazine Carn: its summer issue 2021 for the 60th anniversary of Celtic League.
Carn, 6 € the unit or 24 € for three numbers a year. [email protected] or by La Poste Carn, Keltic Press, BP 44 Plouguerneau.
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Celtic have the chance to make it to the final of the Scottish Cup this afternoon if they’re able to beat their Old Firm rivals Rangers in the semis. The Hoops had a rather successful previous match last weekend, putting seven past St. Johnstone in the Scottish Premiership. Before that, Ange Postecoglou’s side faced off […]The Hoops had a rather successful previous match last weekend, putting seven past St. Johnstone in the Scottish Premiership.