Fri, 27 February 2015
After Harry updates on the Celtic Graves Event of Saturday 28th Feb in Kilsyth and the forthcoming CFC Foundation events we have the meet of the podcast with St Anthony.
St Anthony meets up with Andy Lynch. In February 1973, Jock Stein paid £30,000 to sign Lynch for Celtic and, although Lynch was initially a winger, Stein successfully converted him into a left back. While with Celtic he won three Scottish league titles and the Scottish Cup twice. He scored the only goal in the 1977 Scottish Cup final.
There will be more podcasts to come so please enjoy.
Fri, 20 February 2015
This week Harry gets in from the Internazionale game at Celtic Park and has almost lost his voice. There is just enough left to have a skype chat with our man in Argentina Mr Mak Cooper.
The two discuss the wonderful game at Celtic Park and conclude that this is wondeful but the best is yet to come. Mark also provides an insight into what Celtic COULD be doing to get young South American talent.
Please enjoy the podcast and the goals
The two can be found on twitter;
Tue, 17 February 2015
This week st Anthony is joined by famous Celtic author and historian Pat Woods.
With the forthcoming tie with Inter Milan memories are bviously transported back to European joys and tears of the past, of ost note the 1967 Final and then there was the heartache of the 1972 European Cup Semi Final and the boys discuss these past times at length.
Also this past week I was fortunate enough to see the launch of the Celtic Foundation partnership with Poplar Harca Housing Association in a 3 year programme aimed at getting kids involved in positive activities. When the English Premier League has just signed a £5bn tv contract it's heartening to see that our club, without these riches, is working in communities to improve the lives of others.
For more info visit - http://charity.celticfc.net/
Fri, 13 February 2015
This week former host of Celtic TV Ally Beg and author of Begg To Differ joins Harry to discuss Scottish Football. As Ally is a Dons fan & former Celtic TV man they discuss the two cup semi finals and also discuss the Dons in the league - can they hold onto 2nd with the challenge from ICT?
They discuss teh dreadful Hampden pitch, the Scottish transfer market and touch on the Inter Milan game.
Thu, 5 February 2015
I decided to keep the title to this weeks podcast brief because mention the name Michael Kelly to many Celtcs and just stand back. A man who certainly generates comment, his Celtic heritage goes back to the forming of the club. The Kelly family and Celtic and the Kelly family and Glasgow are pretty interwined.
A man credited with halting the terminal decline of a once great City with the Glasgow's Miles Better campaign his arrival on the board with Brian Dempsey seemed to Herald the change many of us were praying for, but quickly his presence on the board became a point of much anger.
History is written by the victors and in the battle for the soul of our club, as we know unlike like other clubs the Celtic fans stepped up to the plate and saved it and Michael was one of the losers.
We've had Brian Dempsey on, now you can hear Michael Kelly who is joined by St Anthony.
Direct download: The_Celtic_Underground_Podcast_No234_-_Michael_Kelly.m4a
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