A Celtic State of Mind returns with its 21st installment of insightful discussion into the culture of Celtic Football Club, the city of Glasgow, and fans of the reigning invincible Scottish champions.
Kevin Graham recorded the latest episode of The CQN Podcast at Andrew Milne’s much-lauded pre-match ‘Celtic AM’ event at Malone’s in Glasgow last week.
As well as reciting some of his own magnificent Celtic poetry, Kevin was joined by:
Celtic’s SLO, John Paul Taylor, fresh from accepting an award from FIFA, which confirmed Celtic’s fans as the greatest in the world;
London boxing family trio, The Upton Clan;
Lisbon Lion, John Hughes, who explained his regret at being forced to leave Celtic at just 28;
Keith Murray, who provides tradition Irish music throughout the podcast.
The CQN Podcast has gone from strength-to-strength over the last 21 weeks, and there are many more guests lined up in the months ahead from the world of sport, music, film, art, broadcasting, literature or politics.
You can also read Big Yogi discussing the Mayhem in Montevideo on CQN this afternoon HERE.
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Brendan Rodgers – The Road to Paradise The Official Autobiography is available now from CQNBookstore.com – the first 100 orders received will come with a free gift.
From a small village on the north-east coast of Ireland to the treble-winning manager of Celtic, Brendan Rodgers’ football journey has been a remarkable one of dedication, hard work, a desire to always keep improving and a determination to succeed at the highest level of the sport … and throughout his life there has always been a love of his team … Celtic Football Club.
In his own words, Brendan Rodgers tells his story – from a promising young footballer growing up in Carnlough and dreaming of playing for Celtic one day through to his professional career – as a player, a coach and now as one of football’s top managers. And Celtic supporters will also enjoy an insight into a remarkable season – from the first competitive game in Gibraltar through to the thrilling Scottish Cup final, with plenty of highlights in between, including the manager’s first trophy triumph and some unforgettable Glasgow derbies.