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Celticunderground:The Celtic Football Fan Podcast

Release Date: 05/27/2020

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Celticunderground:The Celtic Football Fan Podcast

Antony Murray chats with Lawrence Donegan to discuss his all time favourite Celtic XI

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Celticunderground:The Celtic Football Fan Podcast

Data and statistics are increasingly playing a big part in sport but our guest today suggests that football remains largely in the dark ages in this field.  His belief is that this is changing, and rapidly and those clubs that are late adopters will find themselves at a long term disadvantage.

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Celticunderground:The Celtic Football Fan Podcast

This week we continue with Antony Murray discussing with guests their all time Celtic XI.  This week the guest is our very own Lachie Mor.  Regular listeners will know that Lachie has been attending games since before Stein and so with an array of talent to choose from including the Lions, the first 9iar team and the Seville team his all time XI will be an interesting listen.

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Celticunderground:The Celtic Football Fan Podcast

It's a simple concept, get a guest on and ask them to choose their favourite/best all time Celtic eleven but sometimes the simplest things are the best things and today we bring you episode 3.  Hosted by Antony Murray listen and decide if you agree. 

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Celticunderground:The Celtic Football Fan Podcast

Transfers and season books

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Celticunderground:The Celtic Football Fan Podcast

It's like buses, you wait for ages and then they come along with the frequency of, well, buses!  It's episode two of the Celtic Lifetime XI podcast from Antony Murray.  This week his guest is Kes Devaal.

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Celticunderground:The Celtic Football Fan Podcast

This is the first in a series of Celtic Underground podcast where Antony Murray discusses with guests their lifetime Celtic XI.

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Celticunderground:The Celtic Football Fan Podcast

The final season in our 9iar chronicles. The bhoys discuss why 9iar didn't become 10iar

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Celticunderground:The Celtic Football Fan Podcast

Harry chats with Mike Meehall Wood about the origins of Rugby League, what makes it different to Union, the similarities in its base to Scottish football and the forhcoming Australian NRL season

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Celticunderground:The Celtic Football Fan Podcast

A double winning season, the final in the first 9iar but not the last in our series.

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Welcome to the Celtic Underground Rugby League podcast.  Listeners will be wondering why a Celtic fans podcast is talking about rubgy league - because we want to.

 

Although born in Scotland, all my relatives are from Cumbria and specifically, for those who know the area they are from an area steeped in rubgy league history - Whitehaven, Cleator Moor and into Workington.

 

When I grew up my mum’s dad was in to horse racing and Rugby League, Working Town Rugby League to be precise.  He obviously entertained football chat with his Celtic daft grandkids, but for this man from the mines, League was the sport for him.  It ingrained in me the concept that league was proper rugby and as I grew older and saw Union as the Toffs sport but arrogantly referred to as Rugby I retained that soft spot. 

 

I’m not an avid watcher but I’ll look in when it’s on and will watch the Grand Final every year.  I have always felt League and the towns where it is based have a close affinity of the central belt of Scotland where football is so strong and so I thought I’d do a podcast with an expert, providing a bit more detail on what the sport is, why it is different (and better) than Union and what better time than now in lockdown with limited sport but the Australian NRL starting up this weekend.

 

Enjoy…