Tue, 28 October 2014
The podcast this week sees St Anthony join Harry Brady to discuss the patience of fans past and presence. The bhoys start off by discussing a very exciting new book - St Anthony's review of the remarkable 1978/79 season which culminated in the game which has entered the folklore of the Celtic support, the famous 4-2 game when 10 men won the league. From this the bhoys find a way to weave the patience of the Celtic fans for a new manager to the slightly less mellow fans of today.
The bhoys discuss the pro's and cons of Ronny's team selections and their hope that the run of 6 wins in the last 7 games points to the new dawn we all hope for.
Both gents are on twitter;
Thu, 23 October 2014
The old sage of Celtic Underground returns. With the feast or famine nature of modern football fans, couple with the desire of the Scottish media to pounce on any negitivity at Celtic, the changes at Celtic have resulted in pressure on Ronny Deila. Lachie Mor and Harry Brady therefore decide to look beyond the easy "it's no working" comments that abound to see if there are indications that it is working...and they do.
Lachie and Harry discuss the challanges of creating change and how this doesn't happen overnight. They also talk about fitness and diet and how, to think debate on this is taking place at the club not set in the context of how it improves football ability is ludicrous.
The contributors can be found on twitter;