Former Celtic midfielder confirmed for Open Goal appearance

Former Celtic midfielder Tommy Gravesen has been confirmed as a guest for Open Goal’s show at the SSE Hydro next month. Gravesen enjoyed an impressive career playing for Real Madrid before joining Celtic. The Dane has enjoyed cult status amongst the Celtic support following his stint at the club but this has only grown due to the emergence of the popular channel.

Gravesen is renowned for his wild stories from his time at Celtic as well as Everton. The midfielder played 29 games and scored 6 goals, winning the Scottish Cup and the League during his time at the club. Here are some of the best stories that were told about Gravesen to Open Goal.

Former Celtic duo Si Ferry and Paul Slane star in the award-winning podcast turned stage show with ex-Hearts striker Kevin Kyle. They are supplemented by Andy Halliday, who has enjoyed many comical moments throughout his career, as well as Derek Ferguson and Frank McAvennie. The show has enjoyed enormous success since launching as a series of interviews, turning into a sold-out show at the Hydro. COVID-19 meant that the date was postponed on numerous occasions before finally being given the go-ahead for October 3rd.

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