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Written by: James Molloy, Lincolnshire
Monday, 13th August 2018

Today at a Belfast Crown Court former Celtic coach Jim McCafferty was jailed for 3 years and 9 months having pled guilty to a series of sexual offences against young boys following what became known as "The Wee Paedophile Case". 

McCafferty is the Third Celtic employee to be convicted of paedophilia offences in recent years. The warped Bheast previously admitted to the Daily Record he sexually molested a number of children whilst he was at Celtic. 


Celtic paedophile Jim McCafferty, circled, admitted to "orgies in the showers" with Celtic youth players.

Previously Celtic Boys supremo Jim Torbett was jailed for 30 months having been convicted of similar offences against young boys placed in Celtics care. Released from prison, Torbett has subsequently been charged with yet more offences against children carried out whilst he was at Celtic and running a retail business with former Celtic directors. Currently he awaits trial in what is known as "The Big Paedophile Case".

At his original trial it was revealed that Celtic manager Jock Stein and the Celtic board covered up Torbett's depraved crimes. The Club Like No Other have never moved to deny this and to the utter disgust of all right-thinking people it was discovered that Celtic allowed him to return to the club after his crimes were exposed.

Another paedophile Celtic employee John Cullen, the clubs' photographer for more than 20 years, was convicted of indecency having been found to have 1000 images of naked and semi-naked children in his locker at Celtic Park.

Former Parkhead coaches Gerry King and Frank Cairney are also currently awaiting trial for sexual offences against children.



James Molloy, Lincolnshire




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