THE BIG STORY: Today is of course the 50th anniversary of Celtic's greatest ever triumph, the 2 goals to 1 European Cup Final victory over Inter Milan in 1967. Naturally there has been plenty of celebration, with the Lions honoured by Glasgow City Council last night, and there is a celebratory concert in Glasgow tonight, with many Celtic greats and the likes of Sir Alex Ferguson appearing. Star striker from 1967 Willie Wallace called the final 'just another game', such was the confidence of the all-conquering team, whilst midfield genius Bertie Auld recently made an emotional return to the Estadio Nacional.
Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell has been talking about his memories of Lisbon '67, and he also paid tribute to Brendan Rodgers by calling him a 'modern day' Jock Stein. Chairman Ian Bankier also said Celtic will 'never give up' in trying to be a successful side in Europe.
SITE NEWS: The Lisbon Lions are further celebrated in the new episode of GIGPOD, featuring interviews with Bertie Auld and Bobby Lennox, details on how to listen here.
The 'Celtic trebles' series concludes later today with 2000-01, yesterday we wrote about 1968-69, read it here.
Also on the site today, as part of the SB Naation redesign, I’ll be explaining 'why I support Celtic', so look out for that.
OTHER NEWS: Peter Lawwell revealed that Brendan Rodgers will have money to spend this summer but the club will be 'sensible' in its transfer dealings.
Talking of transfers, Celtic have been linked with Liverpool youngster Harry Wilson, who is a winger and captain of Liverpool U23s. A replacement for Patrick Roberts, perhaps? Judge for yourself below.
Dedryck Boyata has said that Brendan Rodgers told him to 'keep it simple' when he made his return to the Celtic first team.
ON THIS DAY: In 1967...you already know the rest.