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HomeBhoys #220 - One More Step to Victory!  

This week the HomeBhoys are a full squad. Paul, Joe and Harper talk Rangers, Dundee, Hearts tickets and all manner of madness. Enjoy!

Ballbhoys EP 35 Your point is??  

Talkin hun game, Tv Deal probs some kiosk chat from CRR. Marc v Baw round 2 and of course what ever comes to mind as the night goes on

The Colonial Podcast Ep 18 - Unrepentant, undefeated.  

This episode we get all the weekends frustration off our chest to talk about the Sevco match and a poor Celtic performance. Yahmpy is unleashed to bear his all his fury upon Bobby Madden and the corrupt referee's/institutions that continue to plague our game. Others might not mention it, but we will. Yahmpy let's loose. Not for the faint hearted - you have been warned. Celtic remain undefeated and we remain unrepentant.

History Bhoys Abroad #23 - Craig Bellamy  

A 4 month loan spell is the topic of History Bhoys Abroad episode 23. Craig Bellamy was signed on the final day of the transfer window in 2005 and we discuss his impact during these months and how successful he was. The year after Larsson left, the final season of Martin O'Neill's tenure and with Celtic starting to tighten financially, Bellamy's arrival came at an awkward time. But 15 appearances and 9 goals is an encouraging return. We preview the Glasgow derby en route to the Madrid Emerald CSC, speak with some Spanish and Scottish members at half time and finish with a sullen review of the game. Bleak, but true. Join us.

Smell the Glove - If You're Happy with a Point  

REv and Dr. J discuss today's Celtic v Sevco result and we have a special guest in the studio!

Smell the Glove - HUNting for 4 IN A ROW  

Time to talk about "them" again... And, why we love Celtic!

Half The World Away #51 - Here We Go Again  

There was no Kevin or Martin in the latest HTWA podcast, but as they say, the show must go on. We were joined by Paul Nelson from Impact Soccer in Melbourne, who has recently joined Celtic's 'International Partnership Programme'. Liam took the host role and started with a discussion on the recent game with St Mirren, and our thoughts on whether it was the most difficult domestic opponent this year. Next on the agenda was the comments from an unknown radio pundit regarding Celtic's status in worldwide football. We then talk about the sad news of Billy McNeill's illness and the recent passing of Tommy Gemmell. We finish things up with a preview of the upcoming Sevco game, and give our score predictions for Sunday's big derby. Will it be another historic 7-1 or will it be a 1-0 fizzer? If you would like to get in touch then please email us (HalfTheWorld88@gmail.com) or follow us on Twitter (@HalfTheWorld88)

BallBhoys EP 34 "Guess Who"'s Back  

ballbhoys back in town after wk aff. (Baby Cow) talk hamilton, inverness and st mirren also the usual ballbhoys nonsence

HomeBhoys #219 - You might score, but you wont win!  

This week Harper and Joe welcome the mighty Marty Flynn. Paul Larkin is still in Australia so Marty fills in. The lads discuss St Mirren, Sevco, following Celtic, the good old days and of course they digress to many different areas. Enjoy, hail hail!

The Colonial Podcast Ep 17 - Big Tam.  

Back at it again with Yahmpy and JP we say goodbye to Tommy and discuss the St Mirren game as well as other nonsense related to Celtic/football. We hope you enjoy!

Celtic AM Saturday 25th February 2017 Malones Glasgow  

Here is the latest Celtic AM recorded live in Malones Glasgow on Saturday morning before the Hamilton game. Joining host Andrew Milne were ex-Celt Super Joe Miller, Celtic SLO John Paul Taylor, author and producer Paul John Dykes and Megan Fallon from the Celtic FC Foundation.

The Colonial Podcast Ep 16 - Feel good factor.  

JP and myself record a rare evening session here in New Zealand to discuss the feel good factor around the club as well as recent games and some horrible tackles.

History Bhoys Abroad - Know Your History - Martin Melly from the 20MT  

Another episode of Know Your History with Martin Melly from another Celtic podcast, the 20 Minute Tims. Three moments including a random quarter final in the 90s, a European penalty shoot-out and an oft-forgotten massive European night under Gordon Strachan. We speak a little bit about European football in the midst of the chat and Tony and Liam give the Hamilton match a quick review. Our next podcast is on Craig Bellamy and his short but successful loan at Celtic. Keep an eye out on Twitter for a poll we'll be doing for the next few podcasts. We want your votes on which subject we do after Craig Bellamy. Join us.

CGS Joseph Cullen  

The Celtic Graves Society are proud to announce a ceremony to commemorate the final resting place of JOSEPH CULLEN At St Kentigerns RC Cemetery, 951 Balmore Road, Glasgow On Saturday 25th February 2017 at 12 noon (Prior to the Hamilton Academical game) Speakers at the event shall include: Jim Craig, Lisbon Lion and Celtic Graves Society Patron John Fallon, Lisbon Lion and former Celtic Goalkeeper Tony Hamilton, Chief Executive of Celtic FC Foundation Celtic Historian A blessing of the grave will be conducted by Father White of St Mary of the Assumption Church, Calton Born in 1868 to Irish parentage in the Hutchesontown Burgh of Glasgow, Joe Cullen would go on to become the goalkeeper in the first ever Celtic team to lift the Scottish FA Cup in 1892. Joe Cullen was signed from Benburb on 1st January 1892 immediately after the bhoys had been at the wrong end of an 8-0 thrashing by Dumbarton at the original Celtic Park. The erratic performance of keeper Tom Duff was seen as one of the main causes of that friendly defeat and in response the bhoys went out and quickly secured the services of Cullen and he made his debut the very next day at Cathkin Park in a 3-1 win over Third Lanark. The former Scottish Junior international was in goals for Celtic's first Scottish Cup triumph in April 1892 and in August that year he played in the first match to be staged at the present Celtic Park. The great Dan McArthur would eventually oust Joe from his starting spot and after 73 games for Celtic he moved to London to Tottenham Hotspur in May 1897 then subsequently to Lincoln City. Joseph Cullen was Celtic's goalkeeper in a period when to be a goalkeeper was a hazardous occupation. This was due to the barging of goalkeepers, known as bungling, which was a major part of the game. Joseph represented Celtic between 1892 and 1897 and won one Scottish Cup in 1892, two league titles (1892/93 and 1893/94) and two Glasgow Merchants' Charity Cups (1891/92 and 1892/93). Sadly he died prematurely from pneumonia in 1905. All supporters are welcome to attend and leave flowers at the graveside. 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 Cullen on www.thecelticwiki.com

Smell the Glove - The Slump Continues  

Time to talk Celtic and enjoy the view from the top! Dr. J and Rev discuss Refs, managers, results and maybe a little sympathy for someone special.

Ballbhoys ep33 welcome to the hotel paradiso  

motherwell, celtic hotel. RocknRoars Rants and other stuff n things BallBhoys Big Announcement!

HomeBhoys #217 - A Sign of the Times!  

This week the HomeBhoys kick it old school with Jason Higgins joining the festivities. It is safe to say that Joe and Harper were not prepared for the Wishaw onslaught but the craic is intense. Please enjoy the return of the Wishaw Warrior!!

History Bhoys Abroad #22 - John Thomson  

Episode #22 of the regular HBA is on John Thomson, The Prince of Goalkeepers. Aged 22. Celtic and Scotland goalkeeper. Sixty four clean sheets. First team regular aged 18. His life was no normal story. A life cut short due to a split second accident. But his impact on football and within his local community in Fife resonates even now. He made his debut 90 years ago on February 12th 1927. We round up the podcast with a review of the Motherwell match. Join us.

Half The World Away - 50 Not Out  

The HTWA Bhoys are back for our 50th show. Who would have thunk it? Before listening you have to ask yourself the dilemma of the show. You have to choose one of the following: A. Celtic win the Treble but lose both games to Sevco B. Celtic go through the season without a loss in SPFL, but don't win the Scottish Cup C. Celtic beat the Huns 7-1 D. The Huns go bust..... AGAIN! We talk about our great run of wins and in particular the performances of Moussa Dembele. We then talk about the anti-Celtic bias of the Scottish Mainstream Media before having a bit of a chuckle at the trials and tribulations of our so-called challengers from south of the River Clyde. We finish up with our tips for the upcoming Motherwell game. If you would like to get in touch then please email us (HalfTheWorld88@gmail.com) or follow us on Twitter (@HalfTheWorld88)

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