Lennedy Nbr 1: Etims Post Match Podcast

Hector, Monty and Desi get together to talk post match after Celtic 1-0 victory over Aberdeen at Celtic Park.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

They discuss John Kennedys line up and tactics looking at a few tweaks and new faces on the bench and review the overall performance.

The talk over the key points in the game and room for improvements.

They discuss personnel and expectations of the Celtic support.

They discuss the Post match rants of Strachan and Stubbs and how relevant they are to the decisions awaiting the Celtic Board.

They discuss moving forward and just what lies next for everyone at Celtic.

 

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Yoker Bhoy
1 month ago

Great analysis. Jonjo Kenny has helped to stabilise an area where we were very vulnerable before he came in. He has good, solid defensive attributes and my only gripe is that in addition to not getting himself forward enough he is very conservative when it comes to passing the ball even when he does get himself into more forward positions, prefering to avoid being adventurous by opting for a backwards pass. Maybe that’s something that was drummed into him at Everton and Shalke (don’t lose possession at all costs) but yesterday’s dream assist to set up Klimala shows he has the passing ability to take the odd risk now and again to try and find that killer pass from the right flank, something we’ve been missing since Forest’s injury. The scouser’s done quite well so far over the piece but if he can up his game a bit more in the remaining games he might be worth a punt as Carlo Ancelotti seemed pretty keen to get him off Everton’s books and the fee could turn out to be very affordable. Hope the boy Montgomery gets a start at LB against the Arabs next weekend.

Mike.
1 month ago
Reply to  Yoker Bhoy

Stephen O’Donnell of the then Kilmarnock FC would have been an excellent free of transfer fee right back that Lawwell could have brought to the club, for the life of me I could not understand why he was not brought back to the club, even as back up, but no, once again he got his choices wrong. O’Donnell was used as the attacking partnership, in tandem with the left back or hing back defender. You just cannot understand his signing policy, if there was one. Ajeti instead of Toney, Duffy and Laxalt, or Bolingoli instead of the blond left back that seemed that we played against each Europa league game.

Mike.
1 month ago
Reply to  Mike.

The ‘hing back’ defender of course was their left back – Taylor, who for me is never Celtic class. The Royal Mail must be making double deliveries to Celtic park, with sackful’s of applications for the current managerial vacancy. Despite the moans, Celtic has a helluva lot to offer any candidate for the job, its one of footballs iconic clubs, offering European competitions as a part of one of many attractions and of course high visibility, many coach’s will be looking at it and coveting the job. One year into a 5 year Adidas sponsorship deal will be bringing in mucho lira. One of ‘Mr. McKay’s’ main jobs will be to acquire many other sponsorship deals and he has many contacts, if only he could bring in a world wide TV internet deal to satisfy our world wide support, I might be tempted to move, to Valencia, stick your heid between your.. But get the right manager in and watch the supports pent up desire to get back into the ground satisfied. The team missed our very vocal support and they must have missed watching the team, to be sure…

Yoker Bhoy
1 month ago
Reply to  Mike.

Yeah Mike, missing out on Birger Meling the Norwegian left back was yet another error. Although he had been on Celtic’s radar for quite some time while at Rosenberg, French side Nimes moved in to snap him up for less than 1€ million and he seems to be doing well there. Solid defensively, fast and creative coming forward, he would have made a great addition to our side and filled a huge void after KT left. Aaron Hickey might prove to be another mistake although he hasn’t quite made the breakthrough at Bologna in the Serie A yet, making only one appearance so far. He has the potential to become a success over there though.

Mike.
1 month ago
Reply to  Yoker Bhoy

That’s the fella, ran up and down the wing industriously, his blond hair sponsored by peroxide are you. Great player, who would have come at a realist price. Lawwell must have been smoking weed when he let him slip through his mitts, no, he had to pay £2.00 million for an industrial player, typical Lawwell economics.
Was reading about a teenage blogger, Jack Lyons, a Celtic season ticket holder that was a superb, dedicated football analyst. Born in Cumbernauld and Strathclyde Uni. student. His analysis watching Celtic became well known, breaking down all aspects of football play, pointing out weakness’s in opponents play. His graphics showed how BR was changing tactics and shape to improve the team since Deila. (not to difficult), to be sure. Anyway Rodgers recruited him and now he helps him at Leicester. ( must have been on holiday this weekend). I often wondered where Celtic by Numbers had disappeared to. As our coaches study their pools selection studiously during every game. Rodgers was into stats and detail. Football used to be a simple game, now its anything but. Hickey, a great prospect, but its not prospects that we need, but solid experienced pro’s. Loans are us. A new manager with his choices is the first priority.

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