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Indian Summers – Dion Dublin

When Gordon Strachan took over as Celtic manager in the summer 0f 2005, there was no doubt that he would stamp his authority over team matters by getting rid of some of Martin O’Neill’s old guard...

Indian Summers – Pat Stanton

It’s hard to convey to a younger generation that, for 13 years, Hibernian retained of the best footballers in the UK.

Indian Summer – Alan Rough

Pat Bonner represented Ireland with great distinction during the 1988 European Championships in West Germany.

Indian Summers – John Hughes

In the summer of 1995, Celtic manager Tommy Burns was in the market for a centre half.

Fed Up With This Movie Franchise

I’ve seen last night’s movie before. Like one of those Hollywood franchises that gets milked to death, where they have different characters and different locations but the core elements of the story repeat Celtic keep turning up in foreign cities and put in the same basic performance...

Indian Summers – Tosh Mckinlay

Tommy Burns was not long in the Celtic manager’s chair in 1994 when he signed Tosh McKinlay from Hearts for a bargain £350,000 transfer fee...

Jim Brogan Tribute

The sad news reached us today of the passing of that stalwart Celt, Jim Brogan, aged 73.

Indian Summers – Ronnie Simpson

When Ronnie Simpson arrived at Easter Road one morning in October 1964 he had no idea what awaited him and how it would change his life.

Indian Summers – Billy Stark

I well remember one afternoon in the summer of 1987 shortly after Billy McNeill had taken over from David Hay as Celtic manager.

Indian Summers – Lubo Moravcik

This is the first in a short series of articles which puts the focus on players who joined Celtic late in their careers when their best days were reckoned to be over but who gave tremendous service to the club.

Our Summers of Discontent

From May’s Feelgood to September’s FA by Critical Bill It was George Santayana who said “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”...

Petrov on Cancer, Charity And Derby Wins

This week we once again won a Glasgow Derby playing the opposition off the park it never gets boring, so on the podcast we have the postgame chat from Brendan, Broony, Gerrard and a Rangers player, we also have music from Daniel Boone and Public Enemy – Don’t Believe The Hype AND we have the opinion...

Smashing The Window Hype

By Lachie Mor ‘Any version of windows (sic) is going to have lots of great new things that people use and things that are tough’ Bill Gates At another time, in a different climate I wrote about my love for the close season...

Not The View Of A Game Against Them

The new season is upon us and the 13th season of the Celtic Underground podcast is also here...

Suduva Memories From 2002

This week Suduva will travel all the way from Lithuania to Parkhead for the second time in European competition.

A Case of Celtic Deja Vu

The summer of 1988 looked so promising for Celtic. The highly memorable centenary double season had just passed and the fans had appreciated watching an exciting new team...

Boyata Unlikely To Feature Against AEK

Brendan Rodgers has confirmed that Dedryck Boyata is unlikely to feature against AEK Athens in the forthcoming Champions League ties, making it likely that we will see a return to a 4/3 of Lustig, Ajer and Jozo with KT switching in as a left back/left wingback depending upon the game situation...

Brendan Confirms Arzani Deal Is Imminent

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed that the club will this week complete the signing of the rising star of Australian football, Daniel Arzani...

Podcast Xtra – All The Post Livi Chat

This week saw the return of domestic competitive football and Celtic hosted Livingston on Flag Day...

In Appreciation of Danny Mcgrain

On Saturday Danny McGrain will unfurl the SPFL league flag at Parkhead and he has been a hugely popular choice since it was announced in the last week or so.

The Rosenborg Files

On Wednesday Celtic take on Rosenborg of Trondheim in a first leg Champions League qualifier at Celtic Park...

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Paddy McCourt with A Celtic State of Mind

A Celtic State of Mind was recently named as the UK’s Best Football Podcast at the prestigious 2018 Football Blogging Awards...

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2 Hearts 13 8 2 3 19 13 6 26
3 “Rangers” 12 7 3 2 32 11 21 24
4 Kilmarnock 13 7 3 3 19 12 7 24
5 St Johnstone 13 7 2 4 16 18 -2 23
6 Aberdeen 12 6 3 3 16 10 6 21
7 Livingston 12 5 4 3 12 7 5 19
8 Hibernian 12 5 3 4 21 12 9 18
9 Motherwell 12 3 2 7 12 22 -10 11
10 Hamilton Academical 13 3 1 9 9 28 -19 10
11 St Mirren 13 1 2 10 6 26 -20 5
12 Dundee 13 1 1 11 6 30 -24 4

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