Fri, 23 December 2016
Seasons Greetings to you one and old and speaking of auld, if you’re a supporter with memories of the early to mid 70’s you will recall that it was a changing time for goalkeepers at Celtic. Faither time Ronnie Simpson had retired and Jock was chopping and changing keepers more often than new Rangers change owners. For me I can recall seeing Ally Hunter, Patrick Barclay, Roy Baines and Denis Connaghan all vying for the Number 1 jersey before Big Peter Latchford secured the first choice position and it’s Denis that we turn to for this Christmas Podcast edition.
Direct download: The_Celtic_Underground_-_Keeper_Roulette.mp3
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Wed, 14 December 2016
To quote Noddy Holder “It’s Christmaaaaaaasss!” It’s the season of goodwill to all men and times when we all deserve a little treat so hopefully my treat to you is worthwhile and one you actually want. I’ve had a chat with Lawrence Donegan and with his regular invites over to the @bytheminCeltic podcasts I thought it only right to return the favour so we have Lawrence and his regular guest Mr Remy McSwain nipping across to The Celtic Underground for a chat.
The bhoys review the Motherwell game, chat about how wonderful it is that even our worst domestic performance garners 3 points and then we turn our sights onto BBC Sportsound and the radio punditry in Scotland.
Direct download: Celtic_Underground_-_The_Illogical_By_The_Minute_Podcast_-_14122016_21.58.mp3
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Thu, 8 December 2016
The Celtic Underground - Kenny, Brendan and St Anthony of The Celtic
We pride ourselves on the quality of guests here on Celtic Underground and of late we’ve been to Australia and back with the world of Sport and Japan and back with music, but sometimes great guests can be found on your doorstep and this week we speak to someone of this Parish to discuss Celtic…our very own St Anthony and if you’re a fan of Celtic books you’ll know him as author of Kenny of The Celtic Mr Stephen Murray.
Stephen and I start by having a brief review of our final Champions League game of this season, the 1-1 draw with Man City, before moving on to the meat and bones of the podcast which is his latest book on Kenny Dalglish.
Stephen gives us some idea of what we may come across in the book before discussing the perfect Celtic team of the Kenny years and the “what could have been team” of the 10 years after he left. After that trip down memory lane we then fast forwardto the Rodgers Revolution and discuss just how enjoyable times are.
You can buy the book;
Direct download: The_Celtic_Underground_-_Kenny_Brendan__St_Anthony_of_The_Celtic.mp3
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