|Podcast 134: Getting Our Club Back|
|Written by Eddie Pearson|
|Wednesday, 18 May 2011 20:09|
Dianogah joins Eddie this week and together they take a look back at the final league match of the season. They discuss the team and the quality of the performance before heading off at a tangent to discuss who might be coming and going in the summer. Then they move onto the main event which was of course Neil Lennon's rousing speech. They discuss the impact Lennon has had upon the club this season and the return of the feel good factor to watching the bhoys. Next they discuss Walter Smith's mean spirited comments and contrast those with the warm words of praise the Celtic manager offered. The recent statement by Neil Lennon regarding "offensive" songs is discussed and they try to decide what is offensive now when even the Queen is a fan of the Boys of the Old Brigade. Finally they look ahead to the cup final at Hampden and Eddie reveals his secret fat cat tendencies.
The Human Torpedo is once again with us and this week's tale from the Celtic wiki is entitled "Happy Birthday Dear Celtic."
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