Caesar & The Assassin told the inside story of managing Celtic after Jock Stein. This rollercoaster of a journey took us through every kick of the ball in both of Billy’s spells as Celtic boss, together with Davie Hay’s time in the hot-seat sandwiched in between.
The Winds of Change picks up the story in 1991 as Liam Brady replaces Billy and the Celtic support were about to have their boast of being ‘faithful through and through’ put to the ultimate test as barren years followed.
Eight Celtic managers, if you include Kenny Dalglish, sat in the Celtic dugout as our manager with some being much more successful than others. The book ends with Martin O’Neill leaving but there was time to add a note about the events of November 4, 2015 so that the reader can appreciate the task Celtic faced in these years, playing opponents with a loaded dice.
Caesar & The Assassin was a best seller. Now The Winds of Change is here to take the story of managing Celtic after Jock Stein up to the summer of 2005.
448 pages (hardback)
Author: ALEX GORDON