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STG Live - Let's Get Ready To Rumble - Part 2  

We're back after the International Break to talk about away to Accies and that Cheating Diving CNUT Neymar!

STG Live - Let's Get Ready To Rumble  

We're back after the International Break to talk about away to Accies and that Cheating Diving CNUT Neymar!

STG Live - The Draw  

What are doing on Tuesday and Wednesday nights this fall?

STG Live - Wizardry of Oz  

The bhoys are back to talk about all things Celtic in this Tom Rogic Appreciation Episode!

STG Live - Five Things about Celtic v Astana  

Dr. J has a quick chat about what we learned about Celtic today vs Astana!

Exactly How They Teach it, Relentless STG - Live  

A full house tonight with Chris, Rev, Paul and Dr. J talking about Astana, Partick and of course KT!

Half The World Away #54 - Here We Go Again  

The HTWA Bhoys were back after a wee (Edit: not that wee!) break, and first on the agenda was the recent Champions League qualifier against Rosenborg. Next up was the recent ban on the Green Brigade, as we give our personal thoughts on whether the ban was justified. Lastly, we couldn't help ourselves by having a good laugh at Sevco, and discuss whether title stripping should be on the cards after their years of tax avoidance (not 'tax evasion' apparently!) resulted in a unfair sorting advantage. If you would like to get in touch then please email us (HalfTheWorld88@gmail.com) or follow us on Twitter (@HalfTheWorld88)

CGS James Hay  

The Celtic Graves Society are proud to announce a ceremony to commemorate the final resting place of the Celtic captain JAMES HAY At Ayr Cemetery, Holmston Road, Ayr KA7 3BE On Saturday 17th June 2017 at 2pm "Touch combined with strength ... neat stride ground passes ... lion-hearted defence vigorous tackler ... shoulder-work ... full of punch" These are words used to describe Jimmy 'Dun' Hay by the Scotland goalkeeper of the time, Jimmy Brownlie. The Ayrshire born left-half combined immense strength with subtle skill as a stalwart of Willie Maley's legendary side which won six Scottish League Championships in a row between 1905 and 1910. A man who could combine immense strength, skill and leadership qualities would be the Captain of five of these Championship-winning sides between the years 1906-1911. He would also become Scotland Captain for three of his 11 international caps and lead out a Scotland team in 1910 versus England at Goodison Park, Liverpool. Hay signed for Celtic for a fee of £50 from English side Glossop in March 1903 and made his senior competitive debut in a 2-1 home league victory over Partick Thistle on August 15th of that year. He would go on to make 255 appearances for Celtic, scoring a total of 17 goals. He would leave Celtic Park for Newcastle United on the 27th of July 1911, after a benefit game when the Celtic board refused to meet his demands for an improved contract. It was a rather sad end to his Celtic career but in his eight years in Paradise, Jimmy 'Dun' Hay showed time and time again that he was a great player, a great leader and a great Celtic Captain. He was suspended for life for refusing an apology, after accusing a director of Ayr United and the Treasurer of the Scottish Football Association of trying to bribe a referee in 1926. He was later reinstated but subsequently played no major role in the game with which he had been involved for 30 years. Scottish League Champion 6 times: 1904-05, 1905-06, 1906-07, 1907-08, 1908-09, 1909-10 Scottish Cup Winner 4 times: 1904, 1907, 1908, 1911 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 Hay on www.thecelticwiki.com

History Bhoys Abroad - 32 - John Glass  

John Glass. A name every Celtic fan should get familiar with. In the late 1800s, when Brother Walfrid was looking to create a football club to help support the needy in Glasgow, he called upon such men as John Glass to help his vision become a reality. A tenacious and charismatic man, Glass was at the forefront of Celtic Football Club becoming a reality and oversaw massive changes in the club; from the first major trophies, to securing the land for the stadium, to signing celebrated players and much more. His story is one we have tried to discuss on History Bhoys Abroad #32. We hope we have done him justice. Join us. twitter.com/BhoysAbroad historybhoys@gmail.com facebook.com/HistoryBhoysAbroad

History Bhoys Abroad - 31 - Mo 'Judas' Johnston  

For Celtic, things have went swimmingly well since the arrival of Brendan Rodgers. We've seen a massive turn around in almost every aspect; from the fans' rapport with the club, to the record season we just achieved. So, with all that positivity, we thought we'd strip it back to when times were a little bit darker and creepier. We try to make sense of one of the most jolting moments in the last 40 years in Scottish football. HBA #31 is on Mo ' Judas' Johnston. From his early days at Partick, to Watford and then his career at Celtic, we try and make sense of it all while detailing the seasons he was with us. Join us (if you can). twitter.com/BhoysAbroad historybhoys@gmail.com facebook.com/HistoryBhoysAbroad

STG Live - 6 for 6 = 3  

Join St. Paulie D, Rev, HBB and Dr. J while on your way to Vegas for the Supporters Convention as we talk about the Scottish Cup final and everything else Celtic.

History Bhoys Abroad - Know Your History - St. Anthony  

We are joined by The Celtic Wiki’s St. Anthony, who takes us on a tour of his Celtic history. Find out why a burst appendix was perhaps the catalyst for the team’s turn of fortune. Why a harsh winter was a godsend for Billy McNeill’s first title winning team, and why one of his games was so good that he decided to write a book about it…

The Colonial Podcast - Indomitable Spirit.  

Myself and Yahmpy save the best for last to discuss a magical season. We start with an audio 'season review' montage. Discuss an amazing final, that thunderbolt moment from Rogic that will live forever. We look to Europe, transfers and Yahmpy breaks the swear jar again with Gerry Mculloch. Also a 'wee' announcement at the end concerning the podcast. Thanks to everyone who has supported and listened all season long. Look out for updates over the summmer!! **Previous episode upload had an audio file error and had to be re-uploaded - apologies for any hassle!!**

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.

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