THERE has not been any decent Celtic Podcasts out for a good few weeks then we get two new ones at roughly the same time.
First up is the new offering from the team at 90 Minute Cynic where the regular host Chris Gallagher is joined on the panel by Louis McCaffrey, Chris Sermanni and Christian Wulff. This edition of the 90 Minute Cynic Podcast is titled “And Then Celtic Turned Itself Inside-Out” and is as informative as always.
The Bhoys chat through all sorts of topical, Celtic related matters including the win at Hamilton on Saturday, they discuss Celtic’s European Stalwarts and look ahead to yet another trip to Norway to play Rosenborg. They pin-point the danger-man for Rosenborg – Samuel Adegbenro – and talk about the importance of Tom Rogic to Celtic in these, tight, tense European occasions.
Have a listen…
Next up is the latest podcast from E-tims and another proper Celtic one it is too. It’s return this season has been most welcome and adds to the fans voice in these days when an independent voice for the Celtic support is required and is indeed essential – all you have to do is consider the places where Res 12 was NOT mentioned last week after the AGM. Indeed the AGM itself was also ignored but not that super duper economic report into the amount of money that Celtic (supporters) add to the Scottish economy.
This Etims Podcast features Ralph Malph and Desimond and the two of them run through a wide range of issues from the light show at the Leipzig game, the Cup Final at the weekend, the superstar status of James Forrest and much more.
Refreshingly the Bhoys are also happy to talk about Resolution 12 and ask what next now that it’s been booted back into the long grass.
Again, a highly recommended listen…
Also on The Celtic Star today…
‘We’re riding high on performance, confidence, goals and defensive solidity,’ Brendan…See HERE.
‘I’m back in the team and looking forward to another Cup Final. I love being here,’ Scotty Sinclair…See HERE.
‘Beating Leipzig in the last game gives us hope,’ Forrest…See HERE.
Celtic’s League Cup Wins, No.7: Bertie Auld scored the winner…See HERE.
Jim Craig – Celtic’s last ever trip to play Third Lanark…See HERE.