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History Bhoys Abroad - 30 - European Cup QF '67  

We have arrived at episode 30 of the History Bhoys Abroad. It coincides with the 50th anniversary of Celtic's most triumphant year. The year that helped shape our identity as Celtic fans and where legends became Gods. It also marks 1 full year of us being a podcast. We bring you the European Cup quarter final of 1967 against FC Vojvodina, from the former Yugoslavia. A round that was considered the toughest of the entire season. A final before a final. For this, we were joined by Milosevic, a Novi Sad based Vojvodina fanatic, historian and club ambassador to talk about the Yugoslavian champions and their system, and on behalf of Celtic, we had the great 'Tweet Celtic 67' Twitter Tim, James, to share the build up to these ties. We also give a quick preview of the upcoming Scottish Cup Final and say thanks to Kris Commons. Join us. https://twitter.com/SteveON71 https://twitter.com/m_milosevic1977 https://twitter.com/BhoysAbroad

Smell the Glove LIVE - inVIncible  

Join Rev, Chris and Dr. J as we discuss another PERFECT week following the inVIncibles!

CGS Joe Dodds  

The Celtic Graves Society are proud to announce a ceremony to commemorate the final resting place of the Celtic great JOE DODDS At St Convals Cemetery, Glasgow Road, Barrhead, Glasgow G78 1TH On Saturday 20th May 2017 at 2pm Born in 1887 in Carluke to Joe and Margaret Dodds, the athletic and versatile Joe Dodds would become one of the key foundation stones of the first ever Celtic sides who would go on to achieve '6 in a row'. Signed from Carluke Milton Rovers in 1908, the lightening quick left back would quickly develop a fine defensive partnership with the great Alec 'The Icicle' McNair and the great Charlie Shaw to form the trilogy of 'Shaw, McNair and Dodds'. Together these men created the defensive partnerships that was said to be the best in the UK at this period, and made Celtic the dominant force within Scottish football. According to legendary Celtic manager Willie Maley: "Shaw, McNair and Dodds understood one another so well that they developed the pass-back into a scientific move of which there have been many imitators but none to equal the originators. It was indeed a spectacle to see either McNair or Dodds passing, with unerring accuracy and cheeky coolness, the ball to Shaw two yards away, with the opposing forwards almost on top of them. That was their method of getting out of a corner, which in all probability would otherwise have been fatal". (Weekly News, 25th July 1936) Following the retirement of Sunny Jim Young in 1916, Joe Dodds became the Celtic Captain. Celtic historians say they can find no account of when Joe Dodds ever had a bad game. He would also serve in World War One, which lost him valuable years of service for club. He served his colleagues on the front line in France in the Royal Field Artillery. A Scottish League Champion on a total of 8 occasions, and 3 Scottish Cup wins is among the best record that Scottish football has ever saw. He is a true great of Scottish Football and of Celtic Football Club. Joe Dodds passed away in 1965 at the age of 78. He is an all-time Celtic great. League Champion 8 times: 1908-09, 1909-10, 1913-14, 1914-15, 1915-16, 1916-17, 1918-19, 1921-22 Scottish Cup Appearances: 33 Scottish Cup Goals: 2 Scottish FA Cup Winner 3 times: 1911, 1912, 1914 Glasgow Cups: 2 Glasgow Merchants' Charity Cups: 8 War Fund Cup: 1 For more information on Celtic Graves Society please visit www.celticgraves.com where donations to the work of Celtic Graves Society can be made. For further information see: www.facebook.com/CelticGravesSociety or @CelticGraves on Twitter or search for Joseph Dodds on www.thecelticwiki.com

History Bhoys Abroad - 29 - 1892 Scottish Cup Final  

11 months and 18 days into the first year of the History Bhoys Abroad, and we bring you episode #29: The 1892 Scottish Cup Final. With electricity being recently invented, football recently turning professional in Scotland and Scotland's biggest club having formed half a decade prior, Celtic won their first major trophy in 1892. We detail the club at the time, the people & players involved, what happened during the "first" final, as well as the final itself. We finish with a wee round up of the win over Aberdeen plus a review of a special event with Jim Craig. Our next podcast is episode #30 which will cover the ties against Vojvodina Novi Sad from the 1967. We hope to have some special guests. Out on the 25th May. https://twitter.com/BhoysAbroad https://www.facebook.com/HistoryBhoysAbroad historybhoys@gmail.com Join us.

STG Live - So Close We Can...  

Join HBB, Rev & Dr. J to talk about what's next for the Celtic we all love!

The Colonial Podcast Ep 21 - Silence of the bams.  

Me and Yahmpy talk about Celtic, the Sevco meltdown and other stuff. Magic.

STG Live - This is How it Feels to be Celtic  

Dr. J, Rev and St. Paulie D are here to sip on some sweet Hun tears. Join us!

History Bhoys Abroad - 28 - Lisbon Lion Special with John Clark & plaque unveiling  

The History Bhoys Abroad are extremely proud to present a Lisbon Lion Special featuring an interview with John Clark and a documentation of the unveiling the commemorative plaque in Lisbon. One of the History Bhoys, Fred, was one of the main men behind the inception, production and subsequent unveiling of the plaque to commemorate that magical day on the 25th May 1967. From a throwaway conversation months ago between two pals about how there was nothing at the stadium signifying our day to it being a tangible piece of work to coincide with the 50th anniversary year of Celtic's most famous triumph. We spoke with Vitor Pataco: Portuguese Vice President of the Institute of Sport & Youth, and we spoke to Paulo Pires: the director of the Estádio Nacional about the impact it had and continues to have on their capital. Fred also spoke with David, one of the two men behind the plaque, about the process of the event and what sparked their desire to make something happen. But our proudest moment yet as a podcast is when John Clark, Lisbon Lion, Celtic legend, gave us some of his time in the dressing room of the Estádio Nacional to talk about his memories, the best he ever played against, thoughts on the current Celtic squad and more. Massive thanks to Clare Clark for her help with this podcast and to Fred & David for their contribution to this & the plaque. An extra special thank you to Fred for all his hard work on this episode as it is all down to him and his trusty Dictaphone that we were able to capture it. Join us.

Half The World Away #53 - Hunskelping Part 2  

The HTWA Bhoys are back to review the previous weekend's Scottish Cup Hunskelping match, before predicting more of the same in the upcoming SPPPFFFL match against Rankers at CrumbleDome. If you would like to get in touch then please email us (HalfTheWorld88@gmail.com) or follow us on Twitter (@HalfTheWorld88)

Smell the Glove - Streets Ahead  

Rev and Dr. J discuss a the game against Them and what's coming up next.

History Bhoys Abroad - 27- Season 2007-08  

So it goes. Glasgow Celtic are into the final of the 2017 Scottish Cup final, and in turn, delaying this episode because of the celebrations. The History Bhoys Abroad present episode #27: season 07/08. We discuss the players' performances, Strachan's style, the transfer windows, the turning points, why this season was so special and much more. A typical big HBA blether. We previewed the semi-final and amidst the post-match celebrations and jumping about, a few of the Bhoys had a quick review of the game. We are aware this is a long one so thanks for your patience! Again, Celtic are into the final. This could be a very special season. Thanks to everyone for ALL their Twitter feedback which we never had time to share (we'll make up for it on the next episode) and also we want to wish the Statue For Bobby Lennox campaign all the best. They can be found on Twitter @bobbylennox67. Join us.

Half The World Away #52 - Diving For Schalks  

In the latest show the HTWA Bhoys look back at recent matches and give some highlights of Brendan Rodgers time at Celtic Park. The Ross County diving incident is next on the list, where the Bhoys give their thoughts on that as well as the Scott Brown sending off. We finish things off with a preview of the upcoming Scottish Cup semi-final against Sevco. If you would like to get in touch then please email us (HalfTheWorld88@gmail.com) or follow us on Twitter (@HalfTheWorld88)

The Colonial Podcast Ep 20 - Still game.  

After a lengthy absence I decided to go solo as Yahmpy and JP couldn't make it. A quick update episode. I cover off missed games, a team roundup and look forward to the Sevco cup game. A few announcements for the pod as well.

STG Live - AYFKM  

Chris and Dr. J discuss the Dingwall Dive and agressive kids from Glasgow!

CGS James Kelly  

The Celtic Graves Society are proud to announce a ceremony to commemorate the final resting place of the first Celtic Captain JAMES KELLY At St Patricks Cemetery, 29 King's Drive, New Stevenston On Sunday 9th April 2017 at 2pm Speakers and attendees at the event shall include: Members of the Kelly family Jim Craig, Lisbon Lion and Celtic Graves Society Patron Representatives of Celtic Football Club Terry Dick, Celtic Graves Society Member and Celtic Supporter Former Captains of Celtic Football Club The Son and Grandson of Duncan McKay A blessing of the grave will be conducted by Father White of St Mary of the Assumption Church, Calton James Kelly was born in 1865 into an Irish family in the Dunbartonshire town of Renton. Dunbartonshire is often regarded as being the cradle of Scottish football with fine teams like Vale of Leven, Renton and Dumbarton springing up in the 1860s and 1870s. It was with Renton in the early 1880s that James made his name, winning Scottish Cup medals in 1885 and 1888. In 1888 the Renton team, also including Neil McCallum our first goal scorer, beat West Bromwich Albion the English Cup Winners and it was cliamed that they were the World Champions. In the same year, James Kelly was to become a Celtic player. The fledgling club's capture of this renowned and accomplished centre half-back from Renton was a massive coup for the Bhoys as James Kelly was one of the best known and highly regarded players of his era. The importance of his capture cannot be understated. It was probably the most significant move that the first Celtic Committee made. He was a star signing that the club could not miss out on. There was a lot of work done to entice him to leave Renton and choose Celtic above Hibernian, and it was the persuasive tongue of Celtic founding father John Glass that made the difference. The presence of James Kelly in the Celtic ranks was a catalyst in attracting other top players who would only be too happy to sign up to play in Glasgow's east end alongside him. James Kelly was to become our first club captain and scored in our first ever game as Celtic defeated Rangers by 5-2. He was very much a no frills player who was content to ensure that the basics were done well. His efficient approach to the game made him a most effective, dependable and consistent talent. His pace and ability allowed him to be able to switch between attacking and defending as and when need be, and his commanding presence meant he was a true icon for the Celtic support to look up to in those early days. He retired from playing, having made 139 League and Scottish Cup appearances for Celtic and scoring 11 goals. He won 8 international caps for Scotland and also captained his country. For Celtic, James Kelly's greatest moment was winning the Scottish Cup as captain in 1892, the first time Celtic won the country's premier tournament. He is the last of that Scottish Cup winning team to be commemorated by the Celtic Graves Society. He also won the Scottish League Championship in 1893, 1894 and 1896 with his inspiring leadership and gifted play. In addition he won four Glasgow Cups and four Glasgow Charity Cups, bringing the sort of success that the downtrodden and embattled Glasgow Irish population craved. He retired from playing the game in 1897 at the age of 32, but immediately became a Director of the Club and later Chairman from 1909 until 1914, then Director again from 1914 until his death in 1932. James Kelly was Celtic's first captain and leader on the pitch and much loved by Celtic supporters everywhere. For more information on Celtic Graves Society please visit www.celticgraves.com where donations to the work of Celtic Graves Society can be made. For further information see: www.facebook.com/CelticGravesSociety or @CelticGraves on Twitter or search for James Kelly on www.thecelticwiki.com

History Bhoys Abroad - 26 - Cambuslang Stadium Proposals  

Episode 26 of the History Bhoys Abroad is a non-football related podcast; the infamous Cambuslang Stadium Proposals from the early 1990s. The Kelly family, who were involved with Celtic for decades, proposed the idea to uproot us from our spiritual home and move it all further down the road to the outskirts of Glasgow. We talk about it, the effect it had, how the board thought at the time, the rallying of the fans, when we finally overcame the 90s slump and also our favourite stadium experiences that aren't Celtic Park. Join us.

HomeBhoys #221 - The Best Six I Ever Had!  

This week the HomeBhoys return with a full squad for the last time on Hail Hail Media. Paul, Harper and Joe bid farewell to the HHM platform as they move onto their HomeBhoys only channel. The lads talk Hearts, 6 in a row, Brendan Rodgers, Patrick Roberts and the glorious future that lies ahead. We will see you all again very soon. Thank you for supporting HHM. It is greatly appreciated and we will never forget it. Hail Hail!

History Bhoys Abroad - 25  - Georgios Samaras Part 2  

Glasgow Celtic are the champions of Scotland in the 2016/17 season and make it 6 league titles in a row! Yas! We bring you a round up of the Hearts game and our thoughts on keeping Patrick Roberts. After the review of the league win, we also bring you the final part of the Georgios Samaras podcast to complete the two part podcast. We talk about his final years in Glasgow and the overall contribution he made. We're pretty happy. Join us.

STG - The Joy of 6  

Rev, Paul, Chris and Dr. J discuss #6IAR, who needs to go to make room and what player do you think will stop improving. Hail Hail

Beyond the Waves Interview Special - Armageddon with Paul Larkin  

Paul Larkin got Graham out of paternity leave to discuss his new project Armageddon, that he is starting now with a launch coming in March of 2018. We also have a laugh at the Huns and toast the Champions. Great to be back and hope you enjoy.

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