Supporter's Celtic Christmas song is already a hit on Twitter
Yes, it’s only Guy Fawkes’ night tonight, but it’s never too early to prepare a good Christmas song, especially if it’s Celtic themed.
With a matter of weeks until Christmas, songs are going to be in the shops and on the telly before you know it.
However, David Currie of the Supernaturals, a band with 8 top 40 hits in the 90s, has given his festive effort a Hoops twist.
Currie, now a lawyer, still records and uploads clips on Twitter. He’s built quite the following online, covering ‘Grace’, and giving his take on all things Celtic.
And last night, before Celtic faced Ferencvaros at the Groupama Arena, the pianist covered Wham’s Last Christmas.
Try and guess who he’s giving his heart to this year, though:
A terrace favourite for the festive season, Celtic fans have given our hearts to Neil Lennon, Brendan Rodgers and Ronny Deila.
Here’s hoping Ange Postecoglou sticks around for a bit longer than any of those three. Certainly, he’s the most Santa-like manager we’ve had.
Unfortunately, George Michael impressionist Jota wasn’t able to lay down vocals. However, Currie gives it a particularly good go.
Whether there’s a single release coming is anyone’s idea.
Both Currie and Celtic would be remiss to have the Portuguese winger in the video, though. It simply has to happen. With Postecoglou as Father Christmas, too.
Christmas song already a hit with Celtic supporters on Twitter
Fine, it’s maybe a bit early. Depending on whether you’ve worked in retail, your take on Christmas songs could wildly negative. Nobody could blame you.
Especially that Cliff Richard one. Shudder.
Yet, with the festive season approaching, plenty of Celtic supporters were happy with this Christmas song on their timeline: