Celtic Soul Podcast Episode 51 with More than 90 Minutes, Editor Andrew Milne chatting to Celtic Historian & Author, David Potter.
Born in 1948, David hails from Fife and has seen it all at Celtic the highs and lows, the success and failure. He has written 40 books including 30 on Celtic and is a respected Celtic Historian and a regular at Celtic Park.
Plenty to chat about, the current situation at Celtic on and off the pitch and David pays tribute to Tommy Docherty, Dr Jozef Venglos and Johannes “Shuggie” Edvaldsson who all sadly passed away recently. The departure of Kenny Dalglish and the board betraying the Celtic Support by pocketing the transfer fee.
The trouble with Mark Viduka, Lubo Moravcik and the 5-1 a highlight in the depressing season back in 1999, and the season that followed with John Barnes before the arrival of Martin O’Neill when everything changed. Knowing the Scottish game and referees. Neil Lennon’s time at Celtic, the mistakes he has made and the players who have let him down and the failure to bounce back from two defeats this season to the Rangers.
David also chats about his latest books to be published The Scottish Cup, Celtic Favourite Trophy and Walfrid & the Bould Bhoys and he also brings us up to date on the latest book he is writing about Alec McNair.
He climbs into the Celtic Soul Time machine and travels back in time to the 1965 Scottish Cup Final he also goes further back to the 1925 Cup Final which his Dad attended.
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