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The CQN Podcast - A Celtic State of Mind; Episode 13 - with Lou Macari
Topic Started: Jun 12 2017, 10:16 AM (713 Views)
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The pilot episode of my new Celtic podcast, A Celtic State of Mind, has just been uploaded.

This includes an interview with Liam & Noel's big brother, Paul Gallagher.

I hope you enjoy the show!

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The CQN Podcast: A Celtic State of Mind returns for another instalment of topical Celtic discussion, debate and insight.

Our resident hosts, Paul John Dykes and Kevin Graham, discuss some of last week's developments at Celtic Park, including:

* Kris Commons' Celtic career has ended, but what were his highs and lows, and where does he go from here?

* Leigh Griffiths shocked England twice at Hampden and marked himself out as a top international talent. What does the new season hold for the prolific frontman?

* Craig Gordon came in for strong criticism from Chris Sutton following his performance for Scotland against the Auld Enemy, but is he Celtic's weakest link?

* The UEFA Champions League draw has matched Celtic with a potentially volatile trip to Belfast. Should Hoops' fans stay away?

* The latest New Balance Celtic kits are going down a storm, but would they really consider a navy blue or maroon Celtic away strip?

The podcast's mix of football and music chat has struck a chord with Celtic fans already, as have the big interviews with individuals who possess A Celtic State of Mind.

This week's very special guest is Lisa Hague, who provides Paul Brennan with a touching insight into her unique Celtic journey.

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Episode 2 of 'A Celtic State of Mind' finds Paul John Dykes and Kevin Graham discussing a variety of topical subjects concerning Celtic Football Club, including:

* Callum McGregor: The Youth of Today;
* Death of the Cult Hero;
* Norwegian Wood - Ronnie Deila's Exit Interview;
* Farewell to The Stone Roses;
* Hillsborough: The Truth.

Paul John Dykes also chats to SFA President, Alan McRae, to challenge him over recent comments made about Celtic's domination of Scottish football.

Connect with A Celtic State of Mind @PaulDykes and @CQNMagazine, and listen at the following link:

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Episode 3 of 'A Celtic State of Mind' finds Paul John Dykes and Paul Brennan discussing the HMRC's landmark victory in the tax avoidance case against Rangers (IL).

Paul John also chats to Alternative View Editor, Matt McGlone, about fan power and what can be done following the SFA's attempts to quickly bury the case in the aftermath of the Supreme Court's decision on EBTs.

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Episode 4 of 'A Celtic State of Mind' finds Paul John Dykes and Stephen Sullivan discussing a variety of topical subjects concerning Celtic Football Club, including:

* The Linfield debacle;
* Stuart Armstrong - The Highland Colossus;
* The cult of Samaras;
* Scott Brown - A vintage year;
* The Centenary Bhoys - 30 years on;
* Sean Fallon: Celtic's Iron Man.

This week's big interview is with Middlesbrough legend, Bernie Slaven, and Paul John Dykes has an update from an SPFL club on their non-action following the Supreme Court's decision on EBTs.

Connect with A Celtic State of Mind @PaulDykes and @CQNMagazine., and listen at the following links:

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Episode 5 of The CQN Podcast: A Celtic State of Mind comes hot on the heels of one of the club's most controversial European ties in recent memory.

Kevin Graham returns alongside Paul John Dykes to discuss the club's action against The Green Brigade, and where the ultra group can go from here.

The usual musical chat is also included among a variety of other topical subjects concerning Celtic Football Club, including:

* What next for the Green Brigade?
* Dedryck Boyata - Are reinforcements on route?
* Virgil van Dijk - The windfall cometh;
* Emilio Izaguirre - Moving on.

30,000 Celtic fans can't be wrong...

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Episode 6 of The CQN Podcast: A Celtic State of Mind takes a look back at the 'Celts for Change' movement of the 1990s, which paved the way for Fergus McCann's historical takeover of Celtic Football Club.

The radio archives have been trawled, and the tone of the contemptuous Scottish media during Celtic's demise may come as no surprise. The infamous Daily Record / Sunday Mail radio advert exclaiming "RIP Celtic" can be heard in full - and it hasn't aged well.

'Celts for Change' remains one of European football's most-successful fan movements, and it is as relevant today as ever, as the Scottish football authorities fail to act on the Supreme Court's decision on Rangers' (IL) unlawful use of EBTs.

Paul John Dykes chats to The Alternative View's Matt McGlone about the coming season, and is also joined by former Celtic TV presenter, and avid Aberdeen fan, Ally Begg to offer a balanced view on Celtic's nearest challengers.

50,000 Celtic fans can't be wrong...

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Episode 7 of 'A Celtic State of Mind' finds Paul John Dykes and Kevin Graham discussing a variety of topical subjects concerning Celtic Football Club, including:

* Champions League progress - The Holy Grail;
* The scourge of Sunderland;
* Aiden McGeady - fleeting supernova;
* Judicial Review - Write the rules? Right the wrongs;
* Glasvegas - A Celtic State of Mind.

This week's big interview is with Glasvegas frontman, James Allan, who speaks about Andy Walker, Martin O'Neill, the centenary season, and his love of Celtic.

50,000 Celtic fans can't be wrong...

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Episode 8 of 'A Celtic State of Mind' finds Paul John Dykes and Kevin Graham discussing a variety of topical subjects concerning Celtic Football Club, including:

* The quest for 7-in-a-row begins;
* Jozo Šimunović: Made of Stone;
* The Champions League - Astana preview;
* James Forrest: The enigma;
* Nir Bitton - Case for the defence.

This week's big interview is with legendary Scottish football broadcaster, Archie Macpherson, who speaks about Jock Stein, Neilly Mochan, Charlie Tully and John McPhail, as we approach the 60th anniversary of the 7-1 game.

50,000 Celtic fans can't be wrong...

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Episode 9 of 'A Celtic State of Mind' sees Paul John Dykes joined by former Celtic captain, Andy Lynch, to discuss a variety of topical subjects concerning Celtic Football Club, including:

* The Kids Are Alright - Rodgers shows faith in youth;
* Kieran Tierney - Future Celtic captain?;
* Return of the Old Guard - Aitken & Maloney back in Paradise;
* Kenny Dalglish - 40 years on;
* Paddy Roberts - In the greatest Celtic tradition.

This week's big interview is with Andy's ex-team-mate, Pat Stanton, who was part of Celtic's double-winning side back in 1977.

70,000 Celtic fans can't be wrong...

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