Paul Cuddihy

Paul Cuddihy is the editor of the Celtic View, the official magazine of Celtic Football Club. In 2009 he wrote the best-selling biography Tommy Burns: A Supporter Who Got Lucky. He was also the co-author of The Best of the Celtic View, while he also edited a number of books for the club including The Road To Seville and The Official Tribute To Henrik Larsson. In 2004 he was one of the prize-winners of the inaugural Scotsman/Orange Short Story Competition. Paul Cuddihy was born in 1966 and lives in Bishopbriggs, Glasgow with his wife and three children.

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  1. Century Bhoys, Paul Cuddihy

    Century Bhoys

    A History of Celtic's Greatest Goalscorers

    Paul Cuddihy

    £9.99

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    Entertaining and informative, Century Bhoys is full of facts and anecdotes about the greatest goalscorers in the history of Celtic FC.
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  2. Saints and Sinners, Paul Cuddihy

    Saints and Sinners

    Paul Cuddihy

    £9.99

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    A fast-paced historical thriller set in Victorian Glasgow, Saints and Sinners brilliantly captures the desperation and poverty riddling the Irish immigrant community of the city's East End.
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