Fri, 7 March 2014
This week St Anthony returns with another fantastic guest able to provide an insight into the history of the club - a man with a very famous name in the club's history: Neil Mochan.
Neil Mochan Jnr discusses his fathers 40 years plus association with the club and also the fothcoming book. An excellent listen.
St Anthony can be found on twitter @Stephen62572390
Direct download: CU_Podcast_213.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:27pm UTC
Wed, 5 March 2014
This week Harry Brady managed to sneak back into Celtic Park for another interview with fan liaison officer John Paul Taylor.
JP was on a podcast at the start of the season outlining the purpose of his new position back at Celtic Park and after 8 months Harry re-visits to see if it's all going to plan. JP is his usual open and honest self, providing an overview of his work to date and also where the club are with the Green Brigade, safe standing, kick off times and other matters. Also the recent fans forum meeting is discussed and JP outlines the club's thinking on this.
John Paul can be contacted by email, letter or telephone at Celtic Park and also on twitter;
Direct download: CU_Podcast_212.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:59pm UTC
Tue, 4 March 2014
"The Game Is Over, The Rebels Have Won"
These words are burned into my soul, won of the most defining moments for our club in my lifetime. Our club was miandering towards oblivion, caught in the headlights of the Ibrox juggernought. Following the Ibrox disaster, Rangers had created the most modern stadium in Scotland. Complete with commercial revnue streams available to no-one else they had then taken advantage of thefreezing out from European football of English clubs to hoover up the best of British talent. Our club had neither the facilities nor the people to compete. We were heading towards administration.
Thanks to the work of the guys at Celts for Change and business people with the the support was galvanised future of Celtic their only concern, the bills were paid and Celtic stayed in business.
There then followed the most amazing transformation of our club. Rangers couldn't compete and turned to cheating to stay on our coat tails, eventually going bust under the burden of competing with Celtic.
This podcast focusses on that time with archive from Matt McGlone, Brian Dempsey, two tales from the Celtic Wiki and a brief audio history of some of our heroes.
Direct download: CU_211_Fergus_2.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:48am UTC