Mon, 30 October 2017
Celtic have fanzines older than some top flight clubs - Not The View is 30!
For fans under the age of 40 it’s always been there but for those of us of a certain age it was an essential part of Celtic culture growing up. Perhaps it was the arrival of Souness at Rangers that spawned it or perhaps it was just luck but with everything that happened at Celtic in the first 7 years of its existance NTV was essential reading.
Without NTV perhaps Celts For Change may not have happened. Certainly without NTV you wouldn’t be listening to this. It is an essential part of our modern history and St ANthony met up with some of the guys to discuss the 30 years of history.
Prior to the NTV chat we have Brendan pre-Bayern game and Dedryck post Bayern. Enjoy…
Direct download: Not_The_View_Is_Thirty.mp3
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Sun, 29 October 2017
This weeks podcast extra is Brendantastic. We start off with a brief chat before Brendan went on stage for his book launch at the Armadillo in Glasgow and then we have both Brendan and Leigh in fine fettle after the 1-1 home draw against Kilmarnock.
There is irritation in from Leigh about the failure to get a win and frustration in Brendan’s body language but none of us will complain if we get another treble but more importantly if resting players for ushc games facilitates Europe past Christmas.
Direct download: Podcast_Extra_-_Brendan_Book_Launch.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:34am UTC
Thu, 26 October 2017
Sorry for the break for the past few weeks but we’ve been busy but we’re back. A football fans podcast from the guys behind The Celtic Underground and now in our 12th season possibly the greatest time in those 12 years to be a fans of the hoops and maybe longer. Officially the best football fans in the world, we support a great team that is also in a different league to the rest of Scottish football.
Since the last podcast we’ve defeated Hibs to reach the first final of the season, bossed the 2nd best team in Scotland on their own patch and moved close to European football after Christmas. With all of this (and the sacking of Pedro and construction of a 1960’s office block by Hearts) there was so much to chat about we needed two guests - Mark Cooper and Hullbhoy.
The music this week is Scott Bradlee’s Post Modern Jukebox with a cover of Shake it Off and Morcombe and Wise. Ohh and it’s the Basque Atletic Bilboa and not the Castillian Athletico Madrid.
Direct download: Can_It_Get_Any_Better.mp3
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