We're here for 55.
Glasgow is Green ? Glasgow is Groan this week I'm afraid, dissecting the hammering by PSG, and trying to look ahead to more games in September to deflect away from the painful experience of Tuesday night.
There's also reaction to our @TJDSBLOG article which split opinion the other day and we read out your responses to that.
Finishing up the pod is an ON THIS DAY from 1997.
There's a couple of wrestling jokes for the patient listeners somewhere at least.
Thank you for persevering with this one.
Talk about a shoot pod, and you shall receive a shoot pod!
Scott McDonald joined us to discuss many subjects ranging from that goal against AC Milan and the legend that is Rab McHendry 'assaulting' Dida, being accused of dressing room leaks at Celtic, the highs of 07/08 and the bevvying after Tannadice as well as the decision not to sign Steven Fletcher in 08/09 probably costing us the title, as well as many other subjects, from Tony Mowbray to Mark McGhee!
Hope you enjoy this one, and thanks for listening.
It's the second in the FLASHBACK series, and this time we're covering Celtic progressing to the Champions League after beating Spartak Moscow on penalties after a pulsating tie that had just about everything, including two missed penalties, a red card, a rammy between our players and Nakamura having a Sebo of a performance!
We spoke to the man who commentated on that match for the BBC that night, Paul Mitchell, to discuss his experiences of this memorable tie.
The Spartak goalie in this match was Stipe Pletikosa, and he talked to us about the noise created by the Celtic fans, and two of the penalty kick scorers on our side, Gary Caldwell and Jan Vennegoor Of Hesselink, also discuss things from their POV.
Our thanks to all our guests who came on to give up their time and talk about this exciting game of fitba, on this day, in 2007.
Thanks for listening!
Episode 52 is here and Stevie and Reidzo recorded during the draw for the 2017-2018 Champions League Group stage!
Listen as we put our own spin on the teams that came out for each pot, and talked about the eventual draw for our group alongside Bayern Munich, PSG and Anderlecht.
There is also a touching birthday wish to one of the fathers of sporting entertainment.
As always - cheers for listening.
Stevie and Reidzo are, you guessed it, back, to discuss Celtic TERMINATING Astana tonight and pretty much guaranteeing another year in the group stages with the big dogs.
We discuss what big dogs we want in the next round and who stood out tonight for the Celts.
The Green Brigade are criticised by Reidzo for their UFC Belt display and our guest third man, Conor, has a great idea for the Celtic marketing department regarding the 67 minute light display.
Stevie also takes a bodying for assuming Patrick Roberts would sign at the weekend, but still thinks it will happen on the last day of THE WINDOW.
Celtic....Thank You. Yet again, it was Easy.
TYB for listening.
God damn brother we are FIFTY episodes in, and here is our pod with Alan Stubbs who spoke with us back in June.
Right the first part is more like HIBSPOD with him discussing his managerial role at Hibs, but he does go onto discuss his Celtic career as well, including how it felt to be a record signing in 1996, that debut at Pittodrie and his partnership with Marc Rieper that was so important in stopping the ten.
Thanks a lot for listening!
Here we go for seven in a row!
Stevie and Reidzo.....are back. Discussing :
The CL draw V Astana
Ticket prices for said match.
The win over Rosenborg
We have a talk about tomorrow's CURTAIN RAISER against Hearts and discuss previous opening day games, as well as reminiscing over the fact it'll be 22 years since we moved back into Celtic Park, all done up, after a shocker of a season at Hampden.
We sign off in disbelief at the utter cesspit Twitter has become in recent months.
'Can we bring yesterday back around, cos I know, how I feel, about Jock Brown'.
What a schmozz.
Cheers for listening!
What a Monday night, the sun is out and it's 24 degrees so it's a perfect night for a BBQ, Beer and GIGPOD here with ex Celtic defender Gary Caldwell.
Gary had a packed schedule in June, but kindly spared some time with us before taking his team away for pre-season - talking about his Celtic career, the memorable game against Spartak in August 2007 ahead of the Ten Years On Pod in a few weeks, his relationship with Gordon Strachan, who he still speaks with to this day, and his role in both of Celtic's goals in the iconic 2-1 win over Rangers in April 2008.
There's also chat about his nickname, and Heid looks back on his time at Celtic very fondly as you'll hear.
We're back with Episode 49 after the second leg of the Rosenborg game, if the first leg is not a monumental disaster!
Catch you then.
Stevie and Reidzo are back to talk about last night's ridiculously easy 4-0 thrashing of Linfield, UEFA's predictable lack of understanding some patter over a banner by the Green Brigade, as well as looking ahead to our next CL opponents Rosenborg, with special guest Harald Brattbakk, who played for both teams, weighing in with his thoughts on the tie.
There's also a TYB to Emilio Izaguirre, who looks set to leave the club this week.
Thanks for listening!
On this episode, we spoke to ex UTILITY MAN Vidar Riseth back in March, while he was driving back from the airport after being in the USA! Talk about commitment to GIGPOD!
Anyway, Vidar now works for Supermarket chain REMA 1000, but talked about his Celtic career, including his favourite game for the club, Henrik Larsson winning cash when he scored in a cup final, Hugh Dallas being a prick in May 1999, and his tremendous lunge on Claudio Reyna, as well as why he lost the plot at him in that particular game.
He also went into detail about how he was happy to be at Bairds Bar in that infamous incident that the media tried to ridicule back in March 2000, and said the gap between players and fans now is getting bigger and bigger, and elaborated on how they are trying to change that in Norway.
A top guy! And Vidar too.
The music at the end is from a great episode of The Sopranos that just so happens to be a wee Norwegian folk song too, can you remember the episode ? It was a belter!
Cheers for listening.