A Mark of respect at the Celtics summer tournament

August 16th, 2014 7:00 am| by admin
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There was a sombre mood as Copenhagen Celtic’s summer party kicked off on Saturday following the news that one its most loyal servants, Mark Mulholland, a former barman at the John Bull pub, had died in Glasgow. He was just 49 and been a player at the club for over 20 years.

Meanwhile, the Rest of the World team took home the title thanks to a strong Danish presence. Here they are (back left to right): Robert Stronach (Bahamas), Emil Fosgaard Lund (Den), Joakim Jepsen (Den), Marco Riva (Swi), Hendrik Zimmer (Ger) and Søren Moesgaard (Den); front, left to right: Alec Orlov (Rus), Michael Wibe (Den), Mikkel Røddik (Den) and Matthias Feyh (Ger).


(Photo: Hendrik Zimmer)

However, they did not win the penalty competition, England did (for the second successive year!) thanks to Lee Sagar.

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