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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Celtic Plc LSE:CCP London Ordinary Share GB0004339189 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 115.00 110.00 120.00 115.00 115.00 115.00 80 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 83.4 11.3 9.3 12.4 108

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07/1/2008
10:35
A lot of speculation as to where this is going now with directors upping their stakes over the new year.
thwaiteuk
21/12/2007
23:09
Surprised share price didn't surge on this news.Old news to insiders I suppose...
louie76
21/12/2007
12:16
Celtic play Barcelona in CL knock-out stages Fisher is a bilionaire. It could get interesting.
gemini99
21/12/2007
12:08
Thinking of getting back in here!
louie76
20/12/2007
16:10
John J Fisher, the son of GAP Clothing founder, Donald George Fisher, has purchased a 3.24% share in Celtic. Fisher, 46, is ranked 317th in Forbes Magazine's list of wealthy Americans. Fisher is the co-owner of Major League Baseball team, Oakland Athletics and also donates to poor American schools. BBC Scotland understands Fisher was previously interested in purchasing a share in Rangers and attended a recent match at Ibrox with Sir David Murray, but opted to invest in their rivals.
thwaiteuk
11/12/2007
09:53
Over the last few weeks, I sold all my shares here, I've slowly noticed a sea of change at the club as it tries to push itself towards the corporate hangerons. The club no longer listens to the ordinary fans and wrongly thinks it will go on as present replacing the ordinary fan with corporate cash. I'm sick of the way they treated fans with their direct debit problems resulting in many who had paid getting refused entry at the turnstyle and being told to visit the ticket office, I'm sick of being charged something like £12 booking fee for me and my sons CL tickets, my son is sick of the queues at half time where he can't get his drink and has to miss part of the game to get served, also sitting in a stadium with sicko stewards with no respect and no intention of assisting people, just there to look powerful, sick of signing players who feel no great passion for the club, and of fans being told they will be thrown out for singing, thrown out for bringing banners the suits don't like, this is no growing club, this is a club close to crisis when we hit a bad patch and then I'll really be sick :>( Mick
mickinvest
04/12/2007
17:20
RNS Number:0589J Celtic PLC 03 December 2007 CELTIC PLC Total voting rights 3 December 2007 As a result of further conversions of Convertible Preferred Ordinary Shares of 100p ("CPO Shares") in the capital of Celtic plc during November 2007, the Company's issued share capital at 30 November 2007 was as follows: 88,455,656 Ordinary Shares of 1p each 14,572,525 Cumulative Convertible Preferred Ordinary Shares of 100p each 16,798,943 Cumulative Convertible Preference Shares of 60 p each 436,768,776 Deferred Shares of 1p each Cumulative Convertible Preference Shares do not carry voting rights. Deferred Shares are not listed, are not transferable and carry no voting rights or substantive economic rights. The above figures for Ordinary Shares and CPO Shares may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change their interest, under the FSA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules. Between 1 September 2007, when the CPO Shares became convertible, and 30 November 2007 3,435,523 CPO Shares have been converted into 7,145,887 new Ordinary Shares of 1p each and 336,406,413 Deferred Shares of 1p each. 5,066,095 of the new Ordinary Shares have been admitted to trading on AIM to date and application has been made for the remaining 2,079,792 to be admitted to trading on AIM with dealings expected to commence on 10 December 2007. End. C'MON THE HOOPS!
louie76
27/11/2007
12:45
Some land deals being done around Celtic Park in the build up to the Commonwealth Games. ------------------------------------------------------ Land and property adjacent to Celtic Park Proposed Acquisition from, and Disposals to Celtic PLC Purpose of Report: To advise Committee on the Proposed acquisition of Strathy Park by the Council and the terms of disposal to Celtic plc of the former Westthorn Recreation Ground Recommendations: That Committee agrees :- 1. to the acquisition of Strathy Park from Celtic plc on the terms agreed in this report 2. to the disposal of Westthorn Recreation Ground to Celtic plc on the terms agreed in this report 3. notes the progress made with the disposal of various Council owned sites within the Celtic 'triangle' to Celtic plc 4. notes the progress made with the location of a new Coach Park to be built within the environs of the National Indoor Sports Arena. 1. BACKGROUND 1.1 A report to the Executive Committee by the Director of Regeneration Service on 19 January 2007 agreed to the disposal of various Council owned sites within the Celtic 'triangle' to Celtic plc. In addition the terms of the lease to Celtic plc of the repositioned car park within the environs of the National Indoor Sports Arena were agreed, as well as the acquisition of Strathy Park from Celtic plc and the disposal of the former Westthorn Recreation Ground to Celtic plc. The sites are shown on the attached plan. 2. CURRENT POSITION 2.1 The detailed legal documentation for all these 4 issues is currently ongoing and it is likely that this documentation will be completed by the end of this calendar year. 2.2 The 2 issues that required to be resolved were the acquisition terms of Strathy Park and the disposal terms of Westthorn Recreation Ground. 3. TERMS AGREED 3.1 Strathy Park The ground has been independently valued in terms of the Committee authority of 19 January by James Barr, Chartered Surveyors, and a market value of £500,000 has been put on this area of ground by this company. Both parties to the arbitration agreed to abide by the outcome of this process subject to the usual representations that can be made. The officers view is that this valuation is fair and reasonable in the circumstances. 3.2 Westthorn Recreation Ground The Council and the agents of Celtic plc have agreed that the valuation of this site can be fairly stated as £675,000 given the number of units which can be built on the site and the level of abnormal ground works associated with the site. Other terms agreed are as follows: • If the site is to be sold on by Celtic within 5 years from the date of entry, the Council will be entitled to 50% of any uplift in value • The Council will retain the right of servitude to its existing land holdings(allotments) in terms of the original missives of lease • Celtic will pay to the Council £10,000 as a contribution to its expenses • The date of entry will be mutually agreed between the parties 4. CONCLUSION These matters have been ongoing for some considerable time and agreement to these valuations will allow rapid development in an area which is in and beside the site of the proposed Commonwealth Games Athletes Village. http://tinyurl.com/2eqamr
thwaiteuk
22/11/2007
18:33
So far this small cap is performing very well,the markets are getting hammered ,small caps more so and this one is staying strong,very impressive.
traderabc
21/11/2007
18:14
And another one: Celtic PLC 21 November 2007 Celtic plc Significant shareholding 21 November 2007 Celtic plc has today, 21 November 2007, received notification on behalf of Mr John Keane under DTR 5.1.2R that on 16 November 2007 Mr Keane acquired 1,426,000 Ordinary Shares of 1p each and 100,000 Convertible Preferred Ordinary Shares of 100p each in the capital of the Company. Prior to the transactions Mr Keane was interested in 4.99% of the voting rights in the Company, consisting of interests directly in 4,474,747 Ordinary Shares of 1p each (4.38% of voting rights) and indirectly in 625,000 Convertible Preferred Ordinary Shares of 100 p each (0.61% of voting rights), calculated on the basis of the issued voting capital announced at the end of October 2007. Following the transactions, Mr Keane is interested in 6.488% of the voting rights in the Company, consisting of direct interests in 5,900,747 Ordinary Shares ( 5.78% of voting rights) and 100,000 Convertible Preferred Ordinary Shares (0.098% of voting rights) in his own name and in the name of J Keane Nominees, and an indirect interest in 625,000 Convertible Preferred Ordinary Shares of 100p each (0.61% of voting rights ) in Hanom 1 Limited.
thwaiteuk
21/11/2007
17:26
Thats some top up and presume totally outside any convertible preference share conversion although will check later to confirm. Mick
mickinvest
21/11/2007
17:23
Director buying: Celtic Director/PDMR Shareholding RNS Number:2374I Celtic PLC 21 November 2007 CELTIC PLC Director Shareholding 21 November 2007 Celtic plc ("the Company") has been notified today, 21 November 2007, that Tom Allison, a non-executive director of the Company, acquired 1,252,505 Ordinary Shares of 1p each in the capital of the Company, at a price of 60 pence per share on 16 November 2007. Following the transaction, Mr Allison is interested, directly and through connected persons in 1,757,505 Ordinary Shares representing 1.98% of the issued capital in that class and 1.7 % of overall voting rights.
thwaiteuk
16/11/2007
15:47
Don't think so lqs .They have recently spent a lot of money upgrading the south stand internally.
louie76
15/11/2007
12:13
Since the commonwealth games opening ceremony is taking place at CP I wonder if they will complete the stadium by raising the height of the main stand so its level with the rest of the ground
lqs
15/11/2007
11:26
Anyone going to the AGM Monday, 10:30 at CP, I'll be there? Mick
mickinvest
09/11/2007
08:13
Commonwealth games decision today, total waste of money as always but don't underestimate the money that will be going over Celtic's way to upgrade access to stadium etc if Glasgow get the nod today. Opening ceremony will be at Celtic Park and presume they might buy the old training ground possibly for associated events so something to look out for later today. I'm away later for the weekend so someone hold the fort. Mick
mickinvest
07/11/2007
08:13
No shares available online and has been like that for a week or so as was going to bump a few more out of them. Expect this could get a decent run higher once they decide to move things. Mick
mickinvest
07/11/2007
07:51
Well done to the bhoys last night, was a very enjoyable game even if it was hearts in the mouth stuff at times in the first 15 minutes but 3 more points in the bag and puts us in with a decent shout with Naka back and hopefully JVOH nearer match fitness as we need the big guy 100% and playing well for next 2 games. Mick
mickinvest
01/11/2007
07:37
As at 29 October 2007, the following shares of Celtic plc, post conversion, are in issue: 86,462,392 Ordinary Shares of 1p each 15,535,225 Cumulative Convertible Preferred Ordinary Shares of 100p each 16,798,943 Cumulative Convertible Preference Shares of 60 p each 342,843,704 Deferred Shares of 1p each AT 63P, I think this values Celtic at £85 411 999
louie76
31/10/2007
13:55
I see that an invite from G14 has been made to Celtic. Here's an interesting read from CQN. "Invitations have been chosen with scientific precision. Consider the composition of G14 before and after the forthcoming additions. (Does anyone want to bet against every single invitee signing on the dotted line? My money is waiting for you). BEFORE 3 teams England, Spain, Germany, France, Italy 2 teams Netherlands 1 team Portugal AFTER 4 teams England, Spain, Germany, France, Italy 2 teams Netherlands, Portugal 1 team Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Greece, Israel, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine The dominance of the big 5 leagues has been maintained, with 50% of the total membership, and (it appears from press reports) a still heavier weighting in voting terms. The Netherlands' and Portugal's 2nd-tier status has been confirmed. But the real action is in the long tail of new members; out of 22, no fewer than 16 new countries are included. The rationale for the choice of countries is crystal clear. Financial rather than sporting criteria, have dominated G14's thinking. The 22 new members come from 22 different countries. Economic outreach has been the overwhelming consideration in G14's decisions. Of Europe's 20 most populous countries, only Belarus, Hungary and Sweden will not be represented in the expanded G14; their 'missing' 29 million consumers swamped by the 730 million in the 23 countries who will have at least one team in the organisation. In GDP terms, G14's choice is even more striking; 19 of Europe's largest 20 economies are represented, witn only Sweden absent. A quick look at the current UEFA coefficients explains the absentees. Elfsborg Sweden's top-ranked team, in a miserable 175th place. Ferencvaros head the Hungarian teams in 148th, and Belarus have no team in the top 200. The faintest whiff of sporting integrity can still be detected, if only by those with a good sense of smell, and long memories. In truth, G14 has mostly not had to choose between sporting and economic criteria; success in football has in recent years become increasingly correlated with financial clout, and the biggest are more often than not, also the best. Two statistics illustrate this. First, the first 22 places in UEFA's current country rankings are occupied by 22 of the 23 countries to be represented in G14. The 23rd, Poland, has by a huge margin the largest economy and population of the other countries (38 million to Belarus's 10 million). Second, of the 22 members-to-be, no fewer than 17 are currently the highest-ranked club in their country that is not already a G14 member. Looking at G14's decisions in the other 5 countries is enlightening; if proof of their thinking were needed, it can be found here. Olympiakos or Panathanaikos? Anderlecht or Club Brugge? Celtic or Rangers? Red Star Belgrade or Partizan Belgrade? Dinamo Kiev or Shaktar Donetsk? Clue: which five would YOU choose if you were thinking of setting up a European league? There is arguably little to choose between the Greek clubs; that apart, G14 has consistently chosen the club with the greater international appeal, over the club with the higher UEFA ranking. "Incidentally, and not by coincidence, all five 'controversial' choices on the above list are between clubs with bitter rivalries. Rangers fans are not the only ones with their heads in their hands tonight. Which must be very comforting for them. Every single club chosen by G14 is either clearly the most marketable international brand that country has to offer (Red Star in Serbia), or the currently strongest club from 2-3 broadly comparable brands (as in Russia). Still, the geographical expansion of G14 should not disguise the continuing dominance of the organisation by the biggest clubs in the big 5 leagues. These clubs (as businesses) have much more in common with each other than they do with smaller clubs in their own leagues. So, the motives behind the expansion are driven by the elite clubs' perception of their own interests. The expansion is in part a defensive act, designed to strengthen the hand of the top clubs against the long-established power bases of their national associations and UEFA. They stand to extend their own political and geographical influence considerably, while retaining control of most key policy decisions. This can be usefully compared to the realpolitik calculations made by the big 4 EU economies in relation to EU expansion. It is therefore a thinly-disguised statement of the big clubs' intention to stand their ground against Michel Platini's efforts to undermine their sporting and financial hegemony. His proposal to apportion valuable CL places to the relative lottery of national cup competitions threatens the competitiveness of any club outside the gilded few with billionaire backers and/or truly global brands, who can shrug off the (very) occasional season on the outside. G14 is already staunchly opposed to that; the new members will be uniformly of the same view. That doesn't necessarily mean that Platini's proposals are dead in the water, but a marker has been laid down which he might be wise to heed. He will be be acutely aware that the expansion is by no means only defensive. Indeed, it is a carefully-measured slap to the cheek of Platini: a reminder that should UEFA press its case too strongly, more radical measures are available to the top clubs. As the above analysis shows, the choice of new member clubs in the expansion has been exquisitely calculated in relation to this issue. A primary objective for G14 has been to establish the best possible starting point for a multi-national European League should a showdown with UEFA become necessary. The expansion does that, in the clearest possible manner. Of course, the odds are still against such a league being formed in the near future. The consequences would be utterly revolutionary to the world game, and a breakaway would involve real risks to all parties. G14 have no need to take such radical action unless their hand is forced; instead, they can play a long game, as the increasing financial polarisation of the European game created by globalisation of its top brands - ironically, a process heavily promoted by UEFA's Champions League - strenghtens their hand more with every passing season. Their short-term ambitions will therefore centre on trying to deter radical action from UEFA, while they chip away at FIFA's position with their arguments about compensation for the loss of players due to injuries in international matches - which is of course a fig leaf designed to cover (for now) their desire to curb the intrusion of international games into their own business plans. UEFA's position is more difficult; they are swimming against the tide. Historically, national associations utterly dominated their member clubs. This is no longer so. Nevertheless, UEFA has maintained its own power base by the simple expedient of 'divide and conquer', never allowing a major alternative power base to establish itself. The enlarged G14 looks very much like a 'major alternative power base'. Will Platini take on G14 now, on the grounds that they will only be stronger later? Or will he try to hold off from a confrontation with G14, mindful that the biggest winner might well be FIFA?"
thwaiteuk
24/10/2007
17:07
C'MON THE HOOPS!
louie76
11/10/2007
17:58
10k of the 25k is suspended so it's really just a 15k fine.
thwaiteuk
11/10/2007
17:25
Woohooo £25k fine and 2 match ban for Dida seems to be the outcome, must have been a brave man buying last few days :>)))
mickinvest
11/10/2007
15:53
Sold these last week temp. D'oh
louie76
11/10/2007
14:49
Chart does look good. It's amazing the way this moves up on practically no volume.
thwaiteuk
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