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Celtic AM recorded live at Malones Glasgow presented by Andrew Milne ( More than 90 Minutes) with Alan Thompson (Celtic FC) Erin Boyle (Poet) Joe Mackin ( Kano Foundation) Danny Kelly (Musician)
Celtic Football Club Historian and Author David Potter joins Andrew Milne to chat about Celtic’s Cult Heroes. David wrote the book by the same name and the bhoys discuss the players who make it into the book including Dan Doyle, Charlie Tully, John Hughes, Charlie Nicholas, Henrik Larsson and many more.
Scott Brown says farewell to some of the Celtic Independent Fan Media at his final Q&A before leaving the club for pastures new in Aberdeen
Eddie’s family are steeped in the history of Celtic, his grandfather was the Celtic Park groundsman and he spent many a day in and around the old ground meeting the likes of Jock Stein and Billy McNeill as he played around the stadium. Match day is a family affair where generations gather in the Main Stand where he sits in between his Mam and Sister. With what we have witnessed this week from those who are running the club, Eddie like so many is at a season book cross road.
His Legacy is the Cancer Centre called after him in Georges Street, Drogheda. Gary a working class kid from Marian Park, who from an early age had a ball at his feet. As Leeds United captain and Ireland international the fans called him a leader now they call him a legend after 17 years at the club. Leeds is a team and city very close to his heart but the town of good old Drogheda has always been and always will be home.