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The Celticunderground podcast is produced by the people behind www.celticunderground.net. Just a few Celtic fans talking about Celtic, the greatest football team in the world.

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    • 4.6 • 419 Ratings

The Celticunderground podcast is produced by the people behind www.celticunderground.net. Just a few Celtic fans talking about Celtic, the greatest football team in the world.



    This Saturday saw the final Glasgow Derby of the league campaign and for listeners to last week’s podcast the result will have come as no surprise.  Despite the comments of pundits, this is a game where form does not go out of the window.  It is a game that the form team (or more appropriately the better team) nearly always win.
    Celtic are the better team.  Celtic won.
    Whilst the league is not mathematically secured, we’re almost there being 6 points clear with just 2 games remaining.  We therefore got two boys to discuss with Harry their thoughts on the game and where we are as club.  So listen to Eddie Pearson and Andrew Smith wax lyrical about the game, the manager and the club.

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Fun Bhoys Three

    Fun Bhoys Three

    Fun Bhoys Three
    We have the final Glasgow Derby of season 2023/24 coming up this weekend and so we have organised some experienced heads to discuss the prospects with @Paul1888 joining Andrew & Harry to discuss the game.
    We roll out the metaphors and the cliches to preview the game in the context of our performance on last weekend when Brendan finally had his full first choice 16 to field.
    As Andrew H says - use your testicular metaphor of choice when previewing the game and have some fun.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Smith and Brady Dundee review and Hearts preview

    Smith and Brady Dundee review and Hearts preview

    Smith and Brady - Dundee review and Hearts preview
    This week Andrew H Smith joins Harry to review the performance and result at Dens Park.  The chat takes a meandering turn as the bhoys discuss the events at Dens almost 34 years ago to the day when Celtic really blew the 1979/80 season by losing 5-1 to Dundee during the title run in.  Andrew was there and experienced the vitriol.
    When they get on to the 21st Century tie they get on to discuss how brilliant James Forrest is and anyone who disagrees will go on Wolfie Smith’s list.
    Finally, the bhoys get to the Hearts game.

    • 44 min
    Smith and Brady The Scottish Cup Semi Final

    Smith and Brady The Scottish Cup Semi Final

    Smith & Brady - The Scottish Cup Semi Final
    Following the dramtic 3-3 draw and subsequent penalty shoot-out victory, Harry Brady and Andrew H Smith review the cup semi and discuss all of the action.
    There’s a review of the defensive short-comings and like every discussion by Celtic fans of a certain age, 20+ year old Hampden games are shoehorned in.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Whats Going On

    Whats Going On

    What’s Going On?
    There’s hasn’t been a podcast in ages and then, in usual style, two come along at once.  If you’ve not listened, then get your ears around St Anthony’s Recollections podcast out earlier in the week.  It was a short sharp pod all about Paul McStay.
    For the longer form podcast (and it’s very long) we have Remy, Lawrence & me asking (and attempting to answer) the simple question - what’s going on?
    The answer seems to be Dermot with everything flowing from that!
    It’s nearly two hours long so you’ll maybe listen in instalments.

    • 1 hr 51 min
    Recollections - Paul McStay

    Recollections - Paul McStay

    Recollections - Paul McStay
    Paul McStay was born on 22nd October 1964 in Hamilton, Lanarkshire. Grand-nephew of former Celtic team captain and manager Jimmy McStay, playing for Celtic was in the family blood.
    A hotly tipped youth prospect Paul McStay was a member of Celtic Boys Club who burst onto the football scene in remarkable style when he hit two goals and was man of the match as Scotland schoolboys defeated their English counterparts at Wembley in front of a live TV audience in June 1980.
    He signed for Celtic aged seventeen and made his senior Celtic debut in a 4-0 home Scottish Cup win over Queen of the South on January 21st 1982. Part of a great Celtic dynasty – his Great Uncle’s Jimmy and Willie were both Hoops greats while brothers Willie and Raymond also played for the club – Paul McStay seemed almost destined to write his name into Celtic folklore….

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
419 Ratings

419 Ratings

Paul 1888 ,

All makes sense

Great podcast, always enjoy the different opinions from Harry and the guests. Eddie was spot on when discussing transfers and where things are at with players coming to our league. A touch of realism that us as fans need to accept.

Peebleshoopy ,

11 August edition

Why did you return? It’s a long time since you produced a decent podcast Harry. This one was so negative about the Scottish game and structure. If the contributors felt that the system is sooo bad and needs to be this or that, why not use the pod to promote a better way and use their column inches for reaching a wider audience to the same end? I had a headache after listening to it.

Stephen McLaughlin ,

Brown Overcoats

That was a really good episode and captured a lot of what I remember as well. I too was at the game and was sitting in the front of the main stand in line with the penalty area where most of the goals went in. Wasn’t wearing a brown overcoat, though was probably close to them. Whenever I think of the game I have a vivid memory as well of Joe Miller having the chance to pass to Andy Walker. Still frustrates me. I seem to remember wee Joe getting subbed as a sub in a Cup semi around this time so maybe not his best period. If Big Billy had subbed wee Joe for a wrong decision at this point, who knows how it would’ve ended. Really glad I was at the game but still remember that gut wrenching feeling when Scepovic scored. The sudden silence then noise of players and benches celebrating, followed by groans and sharp exits. Enjoying these episodes, keep them coming.

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