Sat, 28 March 2015
With it being an international week our listeners will be thirsty for Celtic content and this week St Anthony returns with another My Celtic Life. This week Saint is joined by Charlie Gallagher.
Charlie is one of those Celts who's career spanned a dramatic chnage in the club. Starting in the dark pre-Stein days he was fortunate enough to play alongside his hero, the late great Willie Fernie and played with the club through the start of the Stein era before finishing his career during the days of colour TV at Dumbarton. Charlie's other claim was to be the first Irish Republic International born in Glasgow.
As I write I'm about to head off to the Celtic FC Foundation Zip Wire and it's VERY windy. If I'm not heard of for a while can someone check to see if I landed in Norway?
Fri, 20 March 2015
Why would anyone not be excited about going to watch Celtic at the moment? Bombing on full backs, pace speed, ability - even centre halves scoring goals by playing a 1-2 in the opposition 6 yard box. To quote Chris Tarrant on TISWAS - This Is What They Want! Yes, this is sexy football. Ronny Deila is bringing sexy back to Celtic Park!
This week Mark Cameron joins Harry to discuss attacking football being played the Glasgow Celtic way and Dundee Utd leaving the boot in. That's right, we review the latest instalment in the Celtic v Dundee Utd saga and discuss how enjoyable supporting Celtic is.
The enjoyment of supporting a great team on the park is only added to by knowing that Celtic are a club like no other and Mark talks about his work with the Celtic FC Foundation.
The two contributors are on twitter;
Sun, 8 March 2015
Jim Spence in conversation with St Anthony
Since the speculate to accumulate concept came crashing down in Scottish football, few journalists have provided a fairer and more bullish assement and commentary on our game than Jim Spence. With 3 Dundee Utd games coming up St aNthony has dusted down his mic once again to meet up with Jim Spence and have a good football natter with a proper football fan.
Both gents can be found on twitter;
Wed, 4 March 2015
This week St Anthony is joined by author of The First Game With My Father, Michael Tierney. They discuss all things Celtic including Sean Connery, Gerard Butler, Ben Bradley et al.
Also the Celtic FC Foundation have just a few team places left for their first golf day which is taking place on World Autism Day - 2nd April, at Renfrew Golf Club.
CELTIC FC FOUNDATION GOLF DAY TO TAKE PLACE ON WORLD AUTISM AWARENESS DAY
CELTIC FC Foundation’s inaugural Golf Day will coincide with World Autism Awareness Day on Thursday, April 2.
World Autism Awareness Day is an initiative launched by the United Nations General Assembly to promote awareness and understanding of people with autism.
Celtic FC Foundation’s first Golf Day is scheduled to take place at Renfrew Golf Club with all proceeds raised going towards a project that will help children and young people with autism. In collaboration with the University of Strathclyde, Celtic FC Foundation intend to create a project which will offer an opportunity to enhance each child’s wellbeing through supported physical activity such as football and dance with a focus on fun.
Celtic FC Foundation’s inaugural Golf Day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0141 551 4291.