The Road To Lisbon 2017

A group of cycling Celts are aiming to mark the 50th anniversary of the Lisbon Lions’ European Cup success by cycling from Paradise to the stadium where Billy McNeill lifted the giant trophy for the Hoops on May 25, 1967.  The two pals met during a fundraising event for the brave Belfast toddler Oscar Knox, in which several Celtic fans cycled from their home towns to the Irish city on St Patrick’s weekend in 2013, raising thousands of pounds towards neuroblastoma research.  Paul Muldoon, from Glasgow, and David Shearan from Newcastle agreed that the fiftieth anniversary of the Hoops’ triumph should be marked by a once in a lifetime event which could raise a large sum for charities closely attached to Celtic FC Foundation. Continue reading “The Road To Lisbon 2017”

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