Sun, 19 January 2020
2010 – 2019 was the Celtic decade. It started in an inauspicious manner with us limping along through the season with a failing manager and, 3 months in, a 4-0 thumping by St Mirren meant enough was enough and a change was made. Neil Lennon took over the reigns on a temporary basis, won 8 league games in a row and was given the job full time. The decade ended with a manager leaving, Neil Lennon being given the job on a temporary basis, seeing us through to the 8th title in a row and getting the job full time.
In between all of this we has some amazing times, our rivals died, we won 8 titles in a row, we had an invincible season and we have won the last 10 domestic trophies – quite a decade.
With the last ten years being such an amazing time in our history, we decided that we would have a podcast looking back and we’d try to pick out 10 key games/moments/events that really defined the times or were a unique event that set in motion the events to follow but we need your help…
I am joined on the podcast by to experienced Tims who, to paraphrase the song, know their history (Robert and Alan). Between the 3 of us we come up with roughly 20 defining Celtic moments but we need to compile a list of THE top ten.
You may love all our proposals but you may have your own ideas. Whatever, we need your votes so please email email@example.com or tweet me @harrybradycu ; Eddie @Celticrumours ; or post on Facebook
Wed, 8 January 2020
We’re still in the limbo-land of the winter break and whilst the players are training in the hotbed of the birth of World Ward III we here at CU Towers thought there needed to be a half year report card for the hoops. We therefore decided we needed a panel of esteemed football experts to review the season so far and in the best Juke Box Jury fashion ascribe whether it had been a hot or a miss.
After getting various knock backs we dialled up Duncan and Lachie to review the season so far. It’s broken down into the chunks of transfer window, Europe, League Cup and League.
After we review these the conversation gets into quite a ramble about the transfer window, the players who may move on and the positions the guys think we need to strengthen.