Articles by Lee McKeown

Lee McKeown is an enthusiastic Celtic supporter who hails from the land of Cumbernauld. He has held a season ticket in the corner of the Jock Stein Stand since the early days of Martin O’Neil and isn’t planning on moving it anytime soon! A history nerd who doesn’t actually know anything about football, or how to play it, so instead he has a keen interest in the history of Celtic. Lee also regularly trains and competes in the sport of Olympic freestyle wrestling; you can keep an eye on one of wrestling’s upcoming stars by following him on Twitter: @mckeown92


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The Love and Loyalty of Emilio Izaguirre – A legend departs

In modern football, players showing loyalty to a club over several seasons is an increasingly rare occurrence. This rare loyalty is often expected to come from the local lad, steeped in a club’s histoty and a supporter of it from birth. At Celtic Football Club this special bond was instead created with a player from…

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The Story of Tommy Gemmell: The Best Left-Back in the World

In his first article for The Supplement, new contributor Lee McKeown chronicles the life of the great Tommy Gemmell. 2017 marks a significant year in the history of Celtic Football Club with the 50th anniversary of Jock Stein’s legendary Lisbon Lions’ 2-1 triumph over Inter Milan in the 1967 European Cup final. Celtic have commemorated…

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