James McGrory and Paul McStay are regularly linked together in song but one Celtic fan has gone a few steps further by getting the legends inked up side by side alongside Danny McGrain.
Over the last decade tattos have become more and more popular with various Celtic personalities and landmarks celebrated in ink.
An update to where I’m at with my Celtic sleeve tattoo. Thank you Damien Wickham at Ink Attack on the Sunshine Coast for taking on the project and absolutely smashing it. #celtic #Mcstay #Maestro #Mcgrain #Mcgrory #hoops #tattoo pic.twitter.com/7kR1RVwnX7
— Mark (@DangurDunn) October 5, 2019
On the other hand there was the famous case of the fan on holiday asking for 10-in-a-row to be tattooed only to wake up in the morning alongside Terry Munro.
McGrory, McStay and McGrain cover some of the greatest periods in Celtic’s history outside of Lisbon with the man from Garngad out on his own as the club’s leading scorer.
McGrain just missed out on Lisbon but played a big role in 9-in-a-row as well as other famous occasions such as the 4-2 match, the Centenary Cup Final and title winner at Love Street.
McStay played alongside McGrain for six years before the club entered a traumatic phase after the 1988 double. McStay carried the club for many years before leading the club back to the new look Celtic Park after winning the 1995 Scottish Cup Final win over Airdrie.