Daniel McDonagh


Biography of Daniel McDonagh

Originally from Glasgow, Scotland, Daniel has been living in Canada for 26 years. His greatest passion, Celtic Football Club.
He has been writing since he was 15 years old.

Daniel McDonagh's Works:

Poems published in various Celtic publications:

‘A Memorable Day’ published in Celtic Views - Celtic Writing Competition

‘A Poem for Henrik Larsson’ published in Thanks for the Memories Celtic fans' tribute to Henrik Larsson

‘The Barcelona Games’ published in View From The 32, issue 9, fanzine of the AICSC (Association of Irish Celtic Supporters Clubs)

‘Cumann Tachaiocta Ceilteach Gaolach’ published in View From The 32, issue 9, fanzine of the AICSC (Association of Irish Celtic Supporters Clubs)

‘From The Slopes of Old Parkhead’ published in the Tiocfaidh Ar La fanzine, issue 38

‘A Poem for Henrik Larsson’ published in the Tiocfaidh Ar La fanzine fanzine, issue 37

A Poem for Bobby Sands published in the Tiocfaidh Ar La fanzine fanzine, issue 37

‘Raised on Celtic & The Four Leaf Clover’ both poems were converted in one song that was put together by the Glasgow Irish /Celtic band, Charlie & The Bhoys, and appears on the latest CD, “Raised On Celtic”. The song was co-written with Jim of CATB and was renamed ‘Raised on Celtic’.

'Farewell to Martin O'Neill' & 'The Martin O'Neill Scottish Cup Final’ appear in the 'Book of Thanks' put together by the Durham CSC, Whitby, Ontario, Canada

'From Sligo to Glasgow' & 'Celtic Minded' were published in the September edition of the Cybertims CSC Newsletter

A weekly contributor to the Keep The Faith website, http: //www.keep-the-faith.net/, under the ‘The Celtic Poet.’



Co-Wrote the song, 'The Jungle Bhoys' with Celtic musician 'Doon The Gallowgate'

the poem 'Raised On Celtic' was published in the Bournemouth CSC's January newsletter, The Shamrock View. Thanks to Iaon Robertson for publishing the poem

Currently working on a new project of Glasgow Celtic poetry called “Football, Faith & Passion”

'The Ballad of Brother Walfrid' appeared in the June 2006 edition of 'An Sceal', the Irish In Scotland electronic newsletter

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Jimmy Johnstone

The flags of Parkhead
Will be lowered today,
As a Celtic legend
Has been taken away.

Jimmy Johnstone's memories
Will be forever told,
Of his days in the hoops,
His courage, his goals,

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