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In Conversation – Willie McStay opens his Celtic Soul
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18 September 2020
Willie McStay joined me on the Celtic Soul Podcast today to chat about life and all things Celtic The conversation flowed as Willie talked about his playing career, the McStay Celtic connections, the current Celtic team and his time as a coach producing the next generation of Celtic players which continues today with his work in the scouting and recruitment department at...
Broken Bones & Broken Dreams – A Celtic Goalkeeper’s Story
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15 September 2020
Barry John Corr is a Celtic fan and a former Celtic player whos’ son Dylan is now forging a career for himself at Celtic after signing a new 3-year contract while serving his time in the under 18 team More than 90 Minutes Issue 110   When Barry was a young bhoy he dreamed of playing for Celtic and would make sure his Dad, brought him into Celtic Park early...
Celtic Soul – The Power of PODcast
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14 September 2020
The Celtic Soul Podcast kicked off at the end of May as a lockdown project and since then we have had the pleasure of interviewing a wide variety of guests who have all agreed to let us into their Celtic Soul We have chatted to Celtic players who have graced the hollowed turf, Celtic fans have joined us to tell their story, Sports personalities, Political activists, Actors,...
Gary Murray Battling Back – A Celtic Fans Story
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1 September 2020
  Gary Murray is former professional Boxer and a Celtic fan from Coatbridge who’s story is not of glitz, glamour and Las Vegas fight nights His is a story of holding down two jobs and trying to make his way in the professional game after taking part in some unlicensed fights Annual Magazine Subscription    After an unbeaten run of 12 fights, Gary...
Call for Unity – We Must Back Neil Lennon
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28 August 2020
I chatted to Tommy Sheridan today for the Celtic Soul Podcast and he was in defensive manner when it came to Neil Lennon as we talked about the disappointment of Wednesday night and the push for 10IAR Quarterly Magazine Subscriptions    Politics, Scottish independence, growing up in Glasgow, Covid 19, George Galloway, Junior Football, Family and Big Brother...
Love & Pride – John Fallon’s Celtic Story
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25 August 2020
  John Fallon takes us back to relive some of the highlights of his career in part two of our conversation with him for the Celtic Soul Podcast We left part one with John chatting about his heartbreak of leaving Celtic and his strained relationship with Jock Stein Glasgow Celtic Hoodie / Green Part two kicks off with John taking us back to playing in the...
From Long Kesh to Celtic Park Return – A Celtic Fans Story Part 2
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18 August 2020
Episode 21 of the Celtic Soul Podcast features the second part of Andrew Milne in conversation with Belfast born, Paddy McMenamin Paddy a Celtic fan, schoolteacher and former Republican prisoner continues to tell his story to the listeners Celtic Soul / Soul Bhoys Scarf In the first part of the interview Paddy spoke about the current goings on at Celtic before...
From Armed Struggle to Academic – A Celtic Fans Story
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14 August 2020
The Celtic Soul Podcast after a wee staycation break with More than 90 Minutes Editor, Andrew Milne chatting to Paddy McMenamin about Life, Football, Prison and of course Celtic in the first of a two part interview Glasgow Celtic Hoodie / Green   Paddy is a teacher, writer and a former IRA prisoner Paddy’s is a story about Armed Struggle to becoming an...
Celtic, Dundee & the survival of Scottish Football
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1 August 2020
  Former Celtic player and Dundee Legend Barry Smith joined me on the Celtic Soul Podcast to chat about life in lockdown and the impact Covid 19 is having on the survival of the Scottish game and how the government need to step up to the plate to help struggling clubs Scottish society needs football and teams play a massive role in local communities Glasgow Celtic...
A Tale of Fleeing Franco’s Spain to Dream Celtic Debut – The Ramon Vega Story
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28 July 2020
Ramon Vega may have had a successful career in both business and football but he owes it all to his parents who after fleeing Franco’s Fascist Spain found themselves in Switzerland unable to speak the language but they were able to get employment, work hard and build a life for themselves and their family Like so many Irish families who had to flee starvation to set up a new...
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