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June 16, 2008
LONDON NO1 CSC - AGM 2008-09

The London No1 CSC AGm will take place 7pm, Thursday, 17th July this year.

Ticketing and travel will be discussed and its your chance to vote for, or even stand for, the committee.

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May 13, 2008
Get Well Mary Mc.
We'd like to wish Mary McLaughlin a speedy recovery from a fall recently.I don't have many details but best wishes and see you soon.

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October 31, 2007

The CSC November Meeting has been moved forward to6pm, Tuesday 6th November.

Because of the Champions League game on Tuesday night we're moving the CSC meeting to 6pm, 6th November, before the Benfica televised game, which will be shown live after the meeting.

If you'd like to attend please be prompt.


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October 18, 2007

Good luck Gary for your visit to hospital over the weekend and I'm sure you'll get plenty of updates of events at the game on Saturday.

Hands off those nurses.

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October 04, 2007

Well, no, they didn't, but whether we like it or not he's due to take over from Brian Quinn as Chairman of the club after the next AGM.

Some people want to do something about it. Read here about the man who will be representing Celtic's interests for the foreseeable future.

Personally I've always had a low opinion of John Reid, that didn't change when I learned he was an ardent Celtic fan since on a purely statistical basis a certain proportion of even Celtic fans will be unpleasant weasels, (there was one on the pitch last night in fact). But for them also to be an unpleasant 'professional' political weasel, without the scruples that God gave them is another thing.

To me John Reid has little to commend him and am disappointed that he's now to be officially associated with the club.

Or is he?

Read the petition to find what some people want to do about it.

And in the interests of fairness I'd like to point to a valid argument as to why he is a good candidate for the post but all I can gather from the pro John Reid supporters is that we should all just accept him for what he is now and ignore his past, afterall football is big business these days and his combative style will be good for us in disputes with the SFA and UEFA.

And anyway, lets all just get on with it and politics has no place in sport. Lets just stick to the issues that matter to us Glasgow football fans then, child abuse and religious issues.

You can sign the petition here:

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Apologies for the recent problems with the television for certain games.

We've remedied the problem but its best to call the bar before the match to make sure that the game is on.

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September 24, 2007

The technical and administration problems that we encountered recently have been resolved and the website has been updated and put back live.

Sorry for any inconvenience over the past couple of weeks, normal service resumes.

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August 10, 2007

Setanta have just announced that they'll be showing the Champions League 3rd Rd qualifier at 5pm on Wednesday.

We'll have it live at the London No.1 CSC.

Due to overcrowding in previous seasons, and rising costs of broadcasting games, entry to the back room is £2.00 for non-members (free for members). Membership forms will be available, £10 membership guarantees FREE entry to all live televised Celtic games all season.

The costs of broadcasting games is also a major issue and since a large chunk of the broadcasting costs are paid for by the club its only fair that those that wish to take advantage of the atmosphere at the club are willing to contribute.

And for the sake of £2.00 (in one of the cheaper pubs in London:) we think that's a fair request.

Hopefully many people will take advantage of membership at the club and guarantee FREE entry to ALL televised games and help to preserve the unique atmosphere that watching Celtic at the most established CSC in London has to offer.

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July 12, 2007
AGM News

The AGM for the London No1 CSC took place last night, 11th July.

Here's a brief overview of the news.

We look forward to another great season both on and off the pitch for 07/08.

See you at the London No1 CSC soon.

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July 11, 2007

Events at the London No1 CSC are now available as a feed from the club calandar, hosted on Google Calendar.

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July 03, 2007

During a recent committee meeting some topics of discussion were brought up regards the running of the club and ideas to bring forward into the new 2007-08 season.

To discuss these issues further please attend the AGM, 8pm, Wednesday 11th July.

Please come along to the AGM to voice an opinion on the issues that matter to you and your club on the 11th.


The Committee.

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Celtic's pre-season friendlies versus Basle and Young Boys Berne will all be shown at the London No1 CSC.

Setanta have dropped their advertised coverage of the QPR game.

Thu, 5th July, 19:45
Basle v. CELTIC

Sat, 7th July, 18:30
Young Boys v. CELTIC

--- CORRECTION ---Sun, 15th July,
Setanta have dropped their advertised coverage of this game and at present there are no plans to show this game live.

The season starts here fholks!

A first chance to see the new Bhoys and the old faces stretching their legs.

You can do it all in the comfort of the London No1 CSC which will be showing all the games.

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June 06, 2007
With the long hot summer to get through here's some info on our Champions League campaign for next season.

Draw for the 3rd Rd. Qualifiers: August 3, 2007

3rd Rd. Qualifiers 1st Leg:August 14/15, 2007
3rd Rd. Qualifiers 2nd Leg:August 28/29, 2007

We'll play one of these teams in the 3rd qualifying round. Some tricky names in there.

Unseeded teams coef.
------------------------ --- ----------------
Sparta Praha Cze37.851
Fenerbahçe Tur36.791
AEK Athens Gre36.415
Dinamo Bucuresti Rom34.255
Slavia Praha **Cze32.851
Rosenborg BK **Nor31.509
Spartak Moscow Rus27.920
Red Star Belgrade ** Srb19.256
FC København **Den19.129
Toulouse FCFra17.706
Dinamo Zagreb *Cro17.533
Racing Genk ** Bel15.594
DVSC Debrecen ** Hun11.675
FC ZürichSui 9.869
FC Salzburg ** Aut 9.104
APOEL Nicosia *Cyp 6.492

If we do qualify for the group stage we need at least 2 of these teams to go out in the 3rd Rd. for us to be seeded in pot 2.

FC Barcelona (***) Esp 119.374
Liverpool ***Eng 112.618
Arsenal ***Eng 104.618
Real Madrid (***)Esp 104.374
Valencia *** Esp99.374
Sevilla (***)Esp87.374
Benfica ***Por67.107
Ajax *** Ned65.995

The Big Cup final is in Moscow

If we don't qualify we'll go into the UEFA Cup. The final of that is in Manchester.

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May 21, 2007

After a few years off the calendar, every London Tim's favourite pre-season friendly fixture is back on, QPR v. Celtic, Sunday July 15th.

Stay tuned to the London No1 website and the Celtic View for details of what's on at the club in July to mark this match.

Celtic’s pre-season fixture schedule:

From the official Site:

Thursday, July 5, 2007 – FC Basel v Celtic
(Grenchen Stadium, 8pm kick-off)

Saturday, July 7, 2007 – Young Boys of Berne v Celtic
(Grenchen Stadium, 7.30pm KO)

Friday, July 13, 2007 – Peterborough United v Celtic
(London Road Stadium, 7.45pm KO)

Sunday, July 15, 2007 – Queen's Park Rangers v Celtic
(Loftus Road, 3pm KO)

Thursday, July 19, 2007 – MLS All-Stars v Celtic
(Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, Denver, 7pm KO)

Sunday, July 22, 2007 – Chicago Fire v Celtic FC
(Toyota Park, Bridgeview IL, 2pm KO)

Thursday, July 26, 2007 – Newcastle United v Celtic FC
(St James’ Park, 7.45pm KO)

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April 19, 2007

New badges are now available!

Liam has managed to get a new design incorporating the club badge and which commemorates the 40th Anniversary of the Lisbon Lions, 1967 - 2007.

There will be some available on Sunday at the club.

Contact me if you need them sent through the post.

Pictures and prices to follow...

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Music after the Killie Game
There will be music after the game on Sunday against Kilmarnock, win lose or draw.

Its 3rd match point now and this title race has been dragging on for too long now, its about time we put it out of its misery.

Hope as many members can make it as possible on Sunday as its a party to celebrate the season's successes so far and a chance, hopefully, forTam to get the bubbly flowing.

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March 16, 2007
Falkirk v. Celtic on Sunday, 1pm KO
Hi all,Just a reminder that Sunday's game is a 1pm kick-off.Its on at the club and hopefully will inch us close enough for the title next week.

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March 05, 2007
Scottish Cup Semi, v. St Johnstone, 12:30 14th Apr

Celtic's Scottish Cup semi-final tie against St Johnstone will be played on Saturday, April 14. 12:30.

It'll be shown live at the Club.

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The date of the March meeting has been brought forward to 7.00pm, 7th March, before the AC Milan game.

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January 31, 2007
LIVE: Livingston v. CELTIC, Sun 4th, Feb., 13:00 KO
Just a reminder that the Kick Off for the Scottish Cup tie against Livi is at 13:00

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January 11, 2007
Brenda O'Rourke

Sadly Brenda O'Rourke passed away last night.

She valiantly fought her illness, with the unyielding and steadfast support of Dennis and her children.

Those of us who had the absolute pleasure of meeting Brenda will know that the world has lost a gorgeous, passionate and strong woman, wife and mother.

I count myself lucky to have met her and she'll never be forgotten.

Our thoughts and support are with Dennis and the family.

Rest in Peace Brenda O'Rourke.

- Sharon Reilly-Rashid

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November 10, 2006

The Wimbledon CSC are holding a social 6pm, next Saturday, 18th Nov., at Jack Beards Pub in Tooting.

Music by Alan & Pat, from SHEBEEN

Plus special guest, Keith O'Brian.

Music starts at 6pm, till late.

Tickets are £6.00 and include a FREE buffet.

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October 27, 2006
LIVE: Killie v. CELTIC, Sun 29th, 14:00

This game will be shown LIVE at he London No.1 CSC on Sunday.

This is a special reminder because the clocks change on Saturday night/Sunday morning. So depending on whether you set them forward or back you'll either be early or late for kick off.

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September 01, 2006

The September meeting will now be on held before the Man Utd game at 7PM, WEDNESDAY 13th SEPTEMBER.

Please be prompt.


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August 07, 2006
(I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea.

"Oh no it does not move me,
Even though I've seen the movie.
I don't want to check your pulse,
I don't want nobody else.
I don't want to go to Chelsea."

Elvis Costello didn't want to go in the eighties, most Tims weren't too keen this year either, but if you've got a ticket you'll at least want to know how to get there.

Here's some handy info and links to help find your way around London.

The best way to get around the capital is by public transport, even with Red Ken's congestion charge road traffic can still be a nightmare, especially at rushhour. So if you're driving down park up at an out of town tube station and continue in from there, you won't be able to park near the ground. If you're coming in via an airport get on the tube and start your journey from there.

The London No.1 CSC is handily situated close to Euston and King's Cross Stations. We're not running a bus because we're across town from Chelsea, so give yourself about an hour to get to Chelsea if you come to visit us beforehand.

You can get directions around London using the TfL Journey Planner["I want to go..", FROM: postcode: NW1 1HB, TO: Station: Fulham Broadway], which will show you the best routes and estimate the travel time. Many of the buses around Chelsea are diverted on match days so its best to head for Fulham Broadway tube and walk to the ground from there. Fulham Broadway is on the District Line, take a train to Earls Court and change for Wimbledon bound trains.

In any event have a good time, enjoy the game and keep safe.


Where we are: London No1 CSC venue
How to get to Chelsea: TfL's Journey Planner
Information from Chelsea's website:
Elvis Costello's website:

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July 27, 2006

You are cordially invited to play the world famous, inaurgural, London No1 CSC Prediction Game.

Its FREE and fun to enter and there may even be a prize for the winner at the end of the season.

Send your predictions either via the club's email list or in the comments below for the following categories:

SPL Champions, 2nd & 3rd:
Scottish Cup:
CIS Cup winners:
Scottish Div 1 winners:
Champions League Winners:
UEFA Cup Winners:
EPL Champs, 2nd & 3rd:
FA Cup winners:
La Liga winners:
Seria A winners:

How many league goals will Celtic score this season:
How many league goals will Celtic concede this season:
Who will be Celtic's top league scorer this season:
Who will be Celtic's player of the season:
How many players will Celtic use in the first team this season:
Most Celtic goals scored in one game:

Number of miles Celtic will travel in Europe this season:
Number of goals Celtic will score in Europe this season:
Which will be the last Scottish club standing in Europe:

What will be the aggregate league score for Celtic v. R*ngers by the end of the season:
How many Celts will be sent off at Castle Greyskull this season:
How many cracked Celtic crests will we see in the papers this season:

Bonus Category
Make you own random prediction for the forthcoming season for bonus points:
And what’s your wish for the season:

Judges decision is final.
All rights reversed.
All wrongs reversed.

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July 07, 2006

The London No.1 CSC AGM will be held next week, Thursday, 13th July at 8pm.

Its important that all members, and prospective members, attend the AGM. Not only is it a first chance to a catch up after a long hard summer of listening to Engerland fans whinging about penalties (again), but its a chance for you to VOTE for the committee for the coming season at the London No.1.

Special thanks to the committee for their hard work last season:
Tam (Chairman)
Angus (Vice Chairman)
Liam (Treasuer & Tickets)
Louise (Sec. & Newsletter)
Mary Mc (Sec. & Celtic View)
Dennis (Social)
John (Website/email)

I believe the current committee will be standing for re-election this year after the successes of last year, though all members are eligible to stand for election for these positions if you feel you'd like to.

Membership still stands at £10.00 per season which is not bad considering all the live Celtic games available at the club. You don't have to be a member to come and watch the games of course, but someone has to pay for the subscriptions, arrange socials, and maintain the admin side of the club. Don't forget that all the committee members do all this for free so joining the club is also a way of showing support and appreciation for all their hard work.

Since a normal meeting will also take place on Thursday there'll be all the usual business, including booking tickets and arranging travel for upcoming games, including Chelsea, also announcements and news regarding upcoming events and club information.

The membership form can be found here: and will also be available on the night.

See you all there.

Hail hail


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May 23, 2006
Or at least 'Friendly of Britain'.

The powers that be have deemed it appropriate that Celtic's Annual London Friendly (TM) to be against those lovable money bags and English Champions, Chelsea, at Stamford Bridge. Pencilled in for Wednesday, 9th August.

Its likely to be a different experience than the rather friendlier proposals of a visit to Loftus Road or Craven Cottage, but never the less its sure to be a lively affair as usual.

As well as getting to see all of Gordon's latest signings - lets hope - its also a chance to hook up with your old friend Senhor Mourinho and his mega-bucks superstars. Who says money can't buy you trophies?

There's sure to be a good atmosphere and stay tuned for news on what the London No1 CSC has planned for the day.

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May 18, 2006
London No.1 at the 1985 Cup Final

We were recently sent a picture taken after the 1985 Cup Final v. Dundee United.

Take a look and see if you know who its is.

Picture of London No1 CSC Flag at the 1985 Cup Final

click to enlarge

Rumour has it that's its Angus with full head (and face) of hair.

Although this hasn't been confirmed yet.

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March 02, 2006
The London No.1 CSC and The Bhoys of Ilford CSC are holding a benefit night for a member and good friend of both clubs on Fri. 31st March 2006.Details can be found at



Friday 31st March 2006
Doors: 7.30pm

The London No.1 CSC and The Bhoys of Ilford CSC are holding a benefit night for a member and good friend of both clubs.

St. Augustine's Social Club,
Fulham Palace Road,
W6 8AU.
(5 minutes from Hammersmith Tube)


Doors open at 7.30pm
Admission by ticket only: £10.00

Bar & Music until 12.00am

Raffle and Auction of signed Celtic memorabilia on the night.

Email: London No.1 CSC or Bhoys of Ilford CSC for further details,
or phone Angus: 07903 119936 or Liam: 07930 399531.


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February 05, 2006
LIVE MUSIC after the Huns game
STREETWISE will be playing live after the Huns game at the London No.1 CSC on the 12th February.

Hope to see you there.

Also, it will be the last chance to get tickets for the Celtic Supporters' Assoc Convention Gala Dinner on the 28th May in Benidorm.

If you wish to go p[lease give your name to a member of the committee

REMINDER: The next meeting is on WEDNESDAY, 8th Feb. at 7PM.

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December 14, 2005
Merry Christmas London No.1 CSC members.
There's lots to be celebrating this time of the year too. We're top of the league, playing exciting football on the pitch and the London No.1 CSC is having its Christmas Party this Sunday (18th) after the Inverness Caley Thistle game.

Live music provided by Streetwise and festivities begin after the game.

Visit for details or join the club mailing list (by sending an email to: [email protected]) to receive all the latest club news.

Best regards and Seasons Greetings.


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October 14, 2005
Saturday's 'title decider' ... November meeting moved forward 24 hrs ... London No.1 CSC awayday to Hibs game ... Gerry's leaving do Fri, 25th November ...

Hi to all London Tims,

Back to proper football this week after all that international nonsense, and the title decider on Staurday (as if!). For all the London Tims that are heading up to the game the plan is to meet up in the usual haunts, The Crystal Bell and, the newly decorated, Bar67 before the game.



NOVEMBER MEETING is being moved forward 24 hours to WEDNESDAY, 9th NOVEMBER, 7PM. This is because of the CIS Cup 4th Rd game against 'you-know-who'.

So if you're not going to the match live and are planning to watch it at the London No.1 come along at 7pm (game 7.45) and have your say at the meeting. If its busy in the pub the meeting may be held upstairs so ask at the bar if you wish to attend.

So once again, the November meeting is moved to 9th November, 7pm.
(Your statutory rights are not affected).



Wheels are in motion for a London No.1 CSC group trip up to the Hibs game at Parkhead on the 10th December.

The plan is to group book rail travel leaving Saturday morning, returning Sunday. This needs to be booked in advance to be able to take advantage of the group booking discount that the club has so get your name down early if you're interested.

The deadline is the next meeting on Wed, 9th November, but the earlier you can let us know the better.

We already have about 6/7 names on board so contact myself, Liam or Angus to book your place or to get more info.



Longtime London No.1 CSC member Gerry McGachy is packing all his belongings into a little red hankerchief, attaching it to a stick slung over his shoulder and taking the low road next month to Greenock. As a farewell and a chance to meet up with old friends he's having a leaving do at the Cock Tavern on Friday 25th November.

Its a chance to clear your throats because a Karaoke night has been arranged and if you haven't heard Tam's rendition of Delilah then you've not heard anything.



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August 26, 2005
Two years ago this weekend some members of the London No.1 CSC embarked on an heroic adventure; to take part in the London and South East Celtic Supporter's 5-a-side football tournament.

You can read about their gallant fortunes in the articles section of the website.

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August 19, 2005
Hail, hail,The latest London No.1 CSC newsletter is now available online: Newsletter August 2005.

The newsletter includes notes and announcements from the AGM and last meeting on the 11th August.

REMINDER: Membership renewals are currently due, you can download the membership form on the membership page and either send it to the address on the form or bring it along to the club on a meeting or live match day.

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August 11, 2005
Hi All,Reminder of the London No.1 CSC meeting, 8PM, Thursday, 11th August.

This is the first meeting of the new season and an opportunity to catch up, have your say and book tickets for up coming games.

Its also a chance to say goodbye to Michele who is returning to Canada and will be sadly missed.


We are aware of the problems that some members had last year regards membership cards, meeting times and communication and the new committee is addressing those problems to make the club run as smoothly as it should.

But the club relies on its members as much as it relies on its committee so come along to the meeting and have your say.

After all, its YOUR club.

Hail, hail


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July 19, 2005
Happy 64th to John McGeever
...belatedly for last Saturday.

Announced at half-time during the Fulham match by a confused tannoy man as 'London's No.1 Celtic Supporter', we all knew what he meant and all wish John a happy birthday.

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July 17, 2005
The, now well established, annual Celtic pilgrimage to the capital is part of what being a Celtic supporter is all about. This year was no different.

Meeting old, and making new friends from the Celtic community, and from further a field, sharing a few drinks, having a laugh and adding a bit of colour and atmosphere to the London streets on a hot summer's day makes for another successful day out for London Tims despite lack of excitement on the pitch.

This year we even had a new manager to welcome and the unaccustomed prospect of seeing a new bunch of players play in the Green. Two of which, 'Magic' Zurawski and Artur Boruc, might have explained the unusually high number of Polish fans in the area of Putney on Saturday afternoon.

I met a father and son from Warsaw before the match who were doing a tour of London football stadiums and had bought tickets the Fulham v. Celtic unaware of the new Polish contingent in the Celtic line-up. The father, a referee in the Polish 3rd Division, was staying diplomatically neutral since they were seated in the Fulham end but his young son, Bartak, previously a Liverpool fan, is now the proud owner of a brand new Hooped scarf and flag.

As it happened the team had a touch of the familiar, 6 of the Cup Final team were in the starting line-up though the new Bhoys all had promising if unspectacular debuts. 'Magic' showed a few good touches, and a particularly dodgy one for what can go down as possibly the 2nd worst penalty of the year. There was a lot of running from the other new Bhoys. Aliadiare was quick. Camara was quicker. Not a mean feat considering the temperature out there.

In fact it was so hot that the match day programme wasn't merely employed to find out who the young no.4 was at right back but also for some improvised air-conditioning throughout.

Unfortunately it was good for neither purpose. The no.4, Gary Irvine, remained a mystery for most in my section, but is possibly a sign of Gordon's interest in some of the existing Celtic youngsters as much as new signings.

And the heat was such that it was more akin to a leisurely game of cricket than a football match - so much so that the players even 'went off for tea' after 30 minutes!

The opinion back at the London No.1 CSC, where the heat and atmosphere were kept up throughout with a blistering set by Claymore, was that, whether or not mid-game 'tea-breaks' ever become reality,pre-season friendlies are merely a taster for the fans and always leave you thirsting for the season to begin for real.

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July 15, 2005
Tam Boylan 'unanamously' re-elected Chairman of the London No.1 CSC. His reign remains undisputed as he continues to emulate [Maggie Thatcher] Winston Churchill, one of his all time heroes, as supreme leader of the club.

In other events, Angus Robertson remains loyally at Tam's right-hand side as Vice Chairman. Robin to Tam's Batman (but without the tights).

Liam 'Gordon Brown' Higgins continues in his role of treasurer of the club. He gave an illuminating report of the ups and downs of the clubs finances. In his capable hands the club remains in a cash positive position.

Thelma and [correction] Mary and Louise have been newly appointed as secretaries of the club. Two welcome members to the committee and we wish themwell in their new and challenging roles.

John Shields continues to 'naff about' on the club computer.

Nessa and Sharon have also been newly elected to the committee to add a touch of (much needed) glamour to the club.

In these safe and capable hands the club moves onwards and upwards towards the new season with all the confidence of a Bobo Balde forward run and with the all the robust agility and finesse of John Hartson.

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July 13, 2005
How to get to F'in Fulham
... and more importantly how to get back to the London No.1 social afterwards!

Even if you're from London travelling around can be a bit of a nightmare, that's even without the recent disruption.

Here's a few clues.

London No.1 CSC
Nearest tube: Euston
Nearest railway: Euston

Fulham FC
Nearest tube: Putney Bridge
Nearest railway: Putney Station

Getting there from north London, i.e. if you're getting the train to Euston or King's Cross, or a flight into Stansted, or are coming from the London No.1 CSC pre-match warm up in Euston you'll want to get on the Victoria Line.

Note: The Piccadilly and Circle Lines are shut.

Pick up the Victoria Line from Euston Station, 10 minutes walk from King's Cross, or if you're coming from Stansted get the Stansted Express and jump on the Victoria Line at Tottenham Hale.

Take the Vic Line down to either Victoria or Vauxhall. From Victoria get the District Line to Putney Bridge (you may have to change at Earl's Court and make sure you get on a Wimbledon train), or take the Vic Line to Vauxhall and get a BR train to Putney.

If you're coming back to the club for the social after the match do the same thing but in reverse.

All the info, maps etc are here:

If you're coming/going by car/coach its fairly straight forward: Google Maps has it sorted. Don't go into Central London in your motor, you'll get lost around the one-ways. Its a nightmare, believe me.

Worst comes to the worst, get a cab. It'll probably come to about £20.00 for the trip. Not too bad if you can share it with some fellow Tims.

Most importantly, enjoy the game, enjoy the trip, and stay safe.

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FULHAM SOCIAL - Saturday 16thJuly
CLAYMORE will be playing at the London No.1 CSC after the Fulham friendly. Doors open 7pm, entry £5.00.

Another fantastic night is in store as CLAYMORE strut their stuff at the London No.1 CSC.

And THE BROTHER WALFRID GREYFRIARS FLUTE BAND will also be making an appearance.

Get there early as it's bound to be busy.

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July 12, 2005
London No.1 CSC - AGM 2005
The AGM for 2005 is planned for 8pm, this Thursday, 14th July 2005.

All existing members are asked to renew there membership and its also an opportunity for new members to join.

Membership forms can be found here:

The agenda includes the club's financial statement and the election of the committee for the forthcoming year.

Its also you first opportunity to put your name down for tickets and travel for the forthcoming season.

Hope to see you there.

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July 10, 2005
Website Update
The London No1 website has been improved for the new season and now has a news service for 2005-06.

This will mean that club events can be documented, events can be promote more easily and members can be more informed.

The email list is now easier to join (simply enter you're email address in the 'Join London No.1 email list' box on the left, you don't have to register with Yahoo), and the layout of the site has improved.

The goal next season, as always, is for the site to provide an introduction for the club and an up to date reference for all club events, live matches and meetings for existing members.

Its also hoped that in the new season the site will provide facilities for members to communicate with the club and and for the site to be updated with a range of articles supplied by members.

If you have any news or information that you think you'd like add to the site let me know: [email protected].

Reminder: The AGM is this Thursday, 14th July 2005. Hope to see you there. Membership form for 2005-06 are available on the site.

Hail, Hail. Here's to a good season.

John Shields

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