THERE’S a new podcast from the guys over at ETims ahead of Celtic returning to league action against St Mirren tomorrow evening in Paisley.
There’s plenty for the Bhoys to discuss, including the news that Celtic have instigated an independent review of the the circumstances surrounding the rather scary crush that occurred in the passageway behind the North Stand ahead of the recent game against Rangers, which Celtic won 1-0.
Hector, Desi and Ralph talk about Celtic instigating this Review and the talk moves on to the question of trusting the Police then Ralph makes a shock confession!
The Bhoys also praise the Celtic Foundation events including upcoming sleepouts and discuss the recent Petrov-Milner Charity match. They also discuss the new Tommy Burns documentary which premiered this week and will be shown on BBC Alba a week on Friday – NOT tomorrow as we incorrectly suggested yesterday.
We had a few features on the Tommy Burns documentary yesterday and if you missed them it’s certainly worth catching up HERE and “Jesus, I’m a 55 and greetin’ like a wean, God bless ye Tommy Burns” HERE.
Simon Bates Our Tune arises when talk moves to the recent Scotland games, the Celts in the squad and the non-shock decision to stay at Hampden.
The guys finish with a look ahead to St Mirren and our old friends Rosenborg in the Europa League on 20 September.
It’s great that the Etims guys have decided to get active on the Podcast front again. Highly recommended…