From the publisher:
50 years after Celtic's greatest ever season of 1966-67 was commemorated, the team played the best football they have played for years, and went through the whole domestic season without losing a single game. They were the invincibles.
This was the year that the club appointed a first rate Manager in Brendan Rodgers who in turn made a few shrewd buys, and Celtic never looked back. The book details how all the trophies were won from the point of view of a supporter who saw his first Celtic game in 1958 and has followed them ever since.
There are detailed analyses of wins over Rangers,(including one on Hogmanay), Aberdeen (who were a worthy second), trips to the Highlands and how the League was won at Tynecastle.
This book is a must for every Celtic supporter to commemorate what was really a remarkable season and may yet be a springboard for even greater things'