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Waverley
Mar 01 2009 9:43 AM Post #107
Location : GLASGOW uk

Excellent site though there are some discrepancies in regards to the footbslling career of William Angus who actually only ever played one trial game for Celtic back in 1911.
Bydand
Feb 28 2009 12:25 PM Post #106
Location : Hout Bay za

He was a true Scot, that's what they did.
"Fear Nought" and be proud.
It is a shame the same values are not continued.
William angus
Jan 14 2009 15:41 PM Post #105
Location : Livingston uk

i typed in my own name into the computer and found myself reading this moving story ,its ironic he played for celtic football club as this puts the game in its perspective (only a game) truly one of gods children
Mahendra patel
Dec 03 2008 23:41 PM Post #104
Location : Tallinn ee

deeply moving ,its brought tears of admiration and gratitude to me ..a truely heroic story of one mans bravery and fortitude ..thanks and god bless you sir ..
Lisbotam
Nov 18 2008 13:37 PM Post #103
Location : Glasgow uk

tears welled up, reading about a quite extraordinary man, r.i.p
Watershed2100
Nov 09 2008 11:58 AM Post #102
Location : Wishaw uk

A credit to Carluke,Scotland,Great Britain and Glasgow Celtic.There were reports in the press a minority were going to boo the minutes silence for the war dead at Parkhead yesterday,they should be ashamed if they knew their history they would know about William Angus VC.
Murvis
Jul 07 2008 23:44 PM Post #101
Location :

Jim McNulty, sadly missed
Ken
Jul 06 2008 18:19 PM Post #100
Location : Nottingham uk

Excellent site about a very brave man.
Andy
Jun 27 2008 22:27 PM Post #99
Location :

Brilliant. A true hero. Gives me goosebumps when I read it.
JOHN
Jun 03 2008 15:58 PM Post #98
Location : LOUGHBOROUGH uk

WHAT A GREAT STORY, WHY DONT CELTIC FC PUT UP SOME SORT OF PLACK TO HIM AS HE WAS ONE OF THEIR'S, GREAT SITE ALL THE BEST
John
Jun 02 2008 1:42 AM Post #97
Location : Coventry uk

it makes you think this great man sacrificed everything and then you see the spoilt footballers in the champions league final there is qne hero thats mr angus anyday god bless you
Richard Abraham
Mar 18 2008 12:40 PM Post #95
Location : Little Gaddesden uk

Having been made aware of the outstanding curage of William Angus VC through the story of his great nephew Jim McNulty, I came to this website and am delighted that I was so guided.

Jim was a man of considerable courage too - it must be hereditary!

This entry is not only my personal tribute to a great man, but also on behalf of the All Arms Junior Leaders Regiment Comrades Association, of which I am privileged to be the Honorary Treasurer. We were all soldiers, some fighting in conflicts from Borneo, through the Falklands Campaign to Operation Desert Storm yet few can understand just what it was like on the Western Front in those long ago days.

It was through the sacrifice of this exceptional man that we were able to become soldiers ourselves, to be free to serve our country in some small part.

Rest in Peace Mr Angus - a hero in the truest meaning of that word.

Richard Abraham
Steve Sweeney
Mar 16 2008 20:02 PM Post #94
Location : Cwmbran uk

A truly brave man, and an example to us all.
William would be happy to know that he has a granddaughter to be proud of.
James japp the snob
Dec 17 2007 13:43 PM Post #93
Location : Glasgow uk

this man is a hero just like all scottish men and women that did our country proud in the first and second war god bless them all
Mairi
Dec 13 2007 22:32 PM Post #92
Location : Milton keynes uk

Well Granda , November the 12th has been and gone again and yet again I couldn't face Frank's grave. I know you are taking care of him and our mum. I was unable to make it to Scotland as well but I will be up soon. We were lucky to have you and know you are still watching over us all along with Nan. Loving you all always.
Mairi
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