Tue, 26 December 2017
On Saturday 23rd December Celtic defeated the second best team in Scotland 3-0. The first half was tight but once Celtic scored there was only ever going to be one winner.
After the game Kristopher Ajer, Brendan Rodgers, Mark Reynolds and Derek McInnes spoke to the press.
Thu, 21 December 2017
Following the 2 goal victory over Partick Thistle the Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers spoke with the press. He gave his opinion on the game, the way the players improved through the match and also gave some post match comments about the Thistle player who thumped the ball into the crowd.
Following Brendan Alan Archibald gave his post game thoughts and then finally there was the well groomed and lovely haired Stuart Armstrong.
That will be our final podcast out before Christmas so may all of us at Celtic Underground wish you and your loved ones a very merry Christmas.
Tue, 19 December 2017
It happened! We lost! 3 Players slipped on their arse, the goal keeper had a headrush and pulled down a Hearts player and we thumped it long all second half. Apart from that we also played poorly…! Yet despite ALL of this we remain top of the league and remain on course for another title and part of the way there to a remarkable back to back treble. We broke a 100 year record and went 69 games unbeaten. And of this has happened when you and I are alive. You’ll tell your grandkids about these days! Anyway, enough of the rambling…
After the game against Hearts and the end of the record breaking run I thought I should quickly pull together a podcast and discuss the game, the fall-out, the magnificant run and our hopes for the furture. It’s all here along with the music.
We have Adam Glen with his debut single These Towns and Elvis with Martina McBride singing Blue Christmas from the ‘68comeback concert.
Sat, 16 December 2017
The past week has seen Celtic lose a two goal defecit to Hibs (a game we should have won by 5 or 6) followed by the Europa League Draw, followed by a FREEZING victory over Hamilton and then all rounded off with a lovely Christmas letter to all season book holders from the club.
With such an action packed week we’ve already squeezed a podcast extra in but have also decided to get @LachieMor1 back on to review the week.
Just before uploading the podcast I asked for cover versions or great intro’s on Twitter and was bombarded. I have noted all and will get to them all. Meantime I picked the request from @Hullbhoy for a Sinead O’Connor song and went for her cover of Don’t Cry For Me Argentina (should have saved for @markocooper) and Los Colorados cover of Katie Perry. It’s quite unique!
Thu, 14 December 2017
The slump continues as Celtic reach 69 games unbeaten in domestic football. At this rate we’ll be slumping ourselves to back to back trebles! Following on from completely dominating the game against Hibs but losinga 2 goal lead we had the visit of Hamilton. An excellent strike and a Jozo gift almost lead to Hamilton getting two goals in this game too but in truth this was a game that would only ever have one winner. Ntcham was excellent again and Edouard had some good chances that he just couldn’t quite convert.
After the game we had Brendan Rodgers, James Forrest and Martin Canning chat in the media conference.
For music we have Morcombe and Wise and a cover of Kings of Leon.
Direct download: Podcast_Extra_-_Post_Hamilton_Reaction_-_14122017_00.13.mp3
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Fri, 8 December 2017
Tuesday night was a pivotal game in our season. Provided we didn’t lose by 3 or more goals we could enjoy European football after Christmas and this was achieved but perhaps not in the way we would have liked…but we’re there.
Following the complaint by Mark Cooper that he always gets the graveyard shift of a post Euro defeat I decided to get another guest on this weeks podcast and so we have Lachie Mor. As the podcast was recorded we received breaking news about the basket case of another Glasgow Club and so we have a wee laugh for a minute or two at that too!
Music this week is from The Life of Brian and Madness.