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The Undertones couldn't be described as Stadium Rock - thankfully - but on occasion we get invited to some rather large occasions. Like the night Arsenal came to Glasgow to pass the ball through the legs of Celtic players. We were asked to whip the crowd into a frenzy before the game. Anyone whose ever been to Parkhead knows that Celtic fans don't need a whole lot of whippin'. We played in one corner of the ground, behind the nets.

Celtic were very kind and generous to us. Unfortunately they were also very kind and generous to Arsenal, allowing the Londoners to score two goals. One Celtic player , Gary Caldwell, even helpfully put the ball into his own net, so that the Arsenal players wouldn't go home empty handed.

We had a great night - after the game I ate three Scotch pies and drank two bottles of Irn-Bru. The resulting burp echoed into the Glasgow night, drowning out U2 in the process.

Michael Bradley

Celtic Park - 2009


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