Hector, Desi and Monty G Burns get together to discuss the big news that Stevie G has departed Rangers and headed south to Aston Villa.
They discuss the news breaking and quickly concluding.
They discuss the fans denial and anger.
They discuss the similarities when Rodgers left ( some of us still cant forgive) and they look at who could be a contender for the job and is it a poisoned chalice right now?
Celtic wise they look at the Performances and Squad quality and contemplate what has happened since Livingston shocker and what lies ahead.
They consider the Semi Final coming up and look ahead to a busy 8 weeks coming up including some quick transfer deals.
There’s 2 classic songs to enjoy as well as a recent interview from Stevie that you might enjoy hearing a few times so try and listen right to the very end if you can!
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Did Craig Whyte not sell the bike? 🙂
Intro was class Desi
Glad you enjoyed and noticed that Monti.
Regarding the penalty miss v Livingston, Ange has indicated the designated penalty at the club if he is on the park.
Frustrating to miss it but Ange is trying to get Giakoumakis up to speed.
Maeda makes Didier Agathe look like Bela Emberg.
First time I’ve listened to the Podcast….loved it!!
Stein Reigned Supreme. For he was the innovator, the trail blazer, the football revisionist, the football revolutionary. A progressive mastermind that others copied. Shankly and Busby, admittedly two great football managers, who helped their clubs to great achievements, but Stein was the ‘Gallant Pioneer’ who showed how total football should be played, a real student of the game. Shanks and Busby did not alter the way football should be played, there-bye they stand in big Jock’s shadow. He admitted to one mistake. Manchester United chased him relentlessly but Stein showed loyalty to the club he loved, with hindsight (there’s a lot of that around) if Jock had gone to United he personally would have made a huge amount of money and cemented his reputation to a larger audience. Stein Was Supreme.
I look around at the modern pretend’y football managers, they are everywhere in football, players who picked up some bits and pieces of the game from various managers and cemented them to add to their credentials and enhance their reputations. They are the copy cats of football management. What do they bring to the game? player reputation, but, how can that be proper football management? they are all found out when innovation is required. Do they study the game? apart from reading others autobiographies? probably not, they are to busy trying to keep their heads above the water. Well that’s my tuppence worth…. so there.
Sad to hear the passing of the legend that was Celtic fan and player Bertie Auld, a fantastic human being. I remember him being on a flight to an away European tie many moons ago, he had on the wide brimmed flat cap and had the plane in stitches of laughter. Also had the pleasure of having Bertie and Stevie Chalmers at our table at an event in the No 7 restaurant.