A Celtic supporter has written and recorded a catchy new tune as a way of helping raise money for the club’s charity – and we reckon it won’t be long before Hoops fans will be signing along inside Paradise.
The song is called ‘Walking Down the Road (to see the Bhoys)’ and is written and performed by Emma Hale of Cumerbernauld, and was inspired by the club’s incredible achievement of winning three consecutive domestic trebles.
Emma, who is the Great Grandchild of the late, great Celtic Defender John Morrison, is a regular at Celtic Park and the song is already available to purchase and download on iTunes, but it’ll soon be given a big push by the club with the full backing of the club’s board and Celtic Foundation.
The Celtic Foundation is an organisation aimed at helping anybody, regardless of gender, age, religion, race, or ability, and it’s hoped Emma’s track can help as many disadvantaged people as possible:
As mentioned above, the song is currently available to download via iTunes, or stream on Spotify, and will be given an official launch at an upcoming Celtic home match, which is yet to be specified.
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