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A Celtic fan media podcast bringing you discussion, analysis and insight on all things Celtic. Shows include The Celtic Exchange Weekly (every Monday), The Countdown To Kick-Off (Pre Match Show) ahead of every game, &The Final Whistle (Post Match Show) after every game. Stay in the loop as we dig a little deeper on the topics that matter most at the greatest club in football. Wherever in the world you find yourself, we’ll bring you that bit closer to Celtic Park. Ad-Free listening available ...
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🍀 A failure to beat Kilmarnock for the 3rd time in 4 meetings this season means Celtic are now playing catch-up in the Scottish Premiership for the first time this campaign. With 12 league games remaining and with things not clicking at present for Brendan Rodgers something clearly needs to change. Whether that's the system, the players or the mana…
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Saturday's draw with Kilmarnock followed a pretty familiar pattern for Celtic. Start the game reasonably well, get the opening goal, fail to add to it, get nervous, drop points! It's a pattern that must be addressed immediately if Celtic are to have any hopes of reclaiming the title this season. For Brendan Rodgers - despite remaining unbeaten in 1…
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It's as tight as can be at the top of the Scottish Premiership just now as Celtic prepare for another vital league fixture this weekend. Kilmarnock are the visitors to Celtic Park for Saturday's 3pm kick off and will be buoyed by the fact that they've won twice already against the Hoops this season. It's a game for leaders and Brendan Rodgers will …
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🎙️🍀 Welcome to a new collection of recordings by The Celtic Exchange where we explore the tales of Celtic fans across the globe by speaking to Celtic Supporters Clubs near and far in the coming months. 🇺🇸 We're delighted to launch the series with one of the many supporters clubs in the US as Mike and Paul from the Chicago CSC share their story with…
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There’s been a pressure around Celtic and Brendan Rodgers since his return to the club was even first rumoured in the summer and the tension has ramped up notably in recent weeks – despite a 9 game unbeaten run. The manager has shown he’s up for the challenge however, and in the last week his team stepped up with two big wins which keeps us on cour…
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It's all felt a big negative recently but Celtic went some way to lifting that with a solid performance against St Mirren in the Scottish Cup this afternoon. Goals from Kyogo and Maeda were enough to secure the win and the Hoops now move on to the quarter finals where they'll face Livingston. A clean sheet from Joe Hart and his backline provided fu…
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Celtic take a break from league duty this weekend as they take on St Mirren in the Fifth Round of this season's Scottish Cup. It's a short hop over to Paisley for the Bhoys where they'll come up against a side in buoyant mood given how they've performed this season under Stevie Robinson. The league must be the priority for Brendan Rodgers and his s…
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The three points were the priority on the night and on that note it was a case of job done for Celtic with the 2-1 win over Hibs. The result however was very much in the balance as we entered the closing stages and it took a late penalty from new Bhoy Adam Idah - his second of the game - to secure the points. For Brendan Rodgers it was his first wi…
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The midweek clash with Hibs at Easter Road presents Brendan Rodgers and his players with an immediate opportunity to right some of the wrongs from Saturday's disappointment at Pittodrie. The Edinburgh side are facing some challenges of their own and are currently toiling outside the Top 6 under Nick Montgomery. Celtic will be boosted by the return …
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Celtic performed woefully in the January Transfer window and followed it up with an equally disappointing display at the weekend as they dropped two vital Scottish Premiership points at Pittodrie. All in all its been a bad week for the club, but will we see a response? The pressure’s now firmly on Brendan Rodgers to do his bit on the park, and for …
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Given the week we've had it was almost inevitable that Celtic would add further frustration at Pittodrie this afternoon. The tension off the park seems to have made its way to Brendan Rodgers and his players who were unable to do enough against managerless Dons on the day. It brings to a halt a six game winning run, and despite a first goal for Nic…
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They say you should exit every transfer window in a stronger position than you began. So did we? The vast majority of Celtic supporters would say no, with just Nicolas Kuhn and Adam Idah (on loan) to show for our efforts in terms of new arrivals. Some fringe players have made exits, and yes we've retained matt O'Riley and Cameron carter-Vickers (fo…
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Amongst all the noise surrounding Celtic's bemusing January transfer window it'd be easy to forget we face another crucial league fixture in under 48 hours. Managerless Aberdeen provide the opposition in Saturday's lunchtime kick off at Pittodrie with Celtic looking to make it 7 wins in a row. Frustratingly, Brendan Rodgers' line-up will have a sim…
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Celtic have now extended their winning run to 6 games. So what’s the problem? In light of what’s looking increasingly like another failed transfer window tensions are rising off the park as fans grow ever more frustrated with the club. Brendan Rodgers himself may well be questioning his own return to Glasgow with many of the same poor practices tha…
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Celtic remain 5 points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership after today's 1-0 win over Ross County but the performance from Brendan Rodgers' men left a lot to be desired at times. The Hoops got off to the perfect start with a deflected Alistair Johnston strike in the very first minute but that would be the end of the scoring on the day - mu…
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Celtic are back in league action for the first time in almost 4 weeks as Ross County make the trip to Celtic Park. The Highland side have been struggling for form following the return of Derek Adams as manager, failing to win any of their last 5 games. For Celtic the priority is maintaining the gap at the top of the table, and they'll be boosted in…
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Say what you want about Brendan Rodgers but the man knows how to play the media game and turned on the charm offensive once more following Celtic’s win over Buckie Thistle. The manager has had his critics since his return – and some will remain – but Rodgers continues to perform where it matters most, by winning games of football. With 5 wins from …
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Celtic returned to action after the winter break with a resounding 5-0 win over Buckie Thistle to make it five straight wins in all competitions. The Highland League side can hold their head up high for how they approached the game and likewise can be proud of the travelling support they brought to Celtic Park. For Brendan Rodgers side however it w…
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Come Sunday's 4pm kick off at Celtic Park it'll have been almost 3 weeks without competitive Celtic action, and that's more than enough for all of us. The Bhoys play host to Highland League side Buckie Thistle in what should be an intriguing game in the Fourth Round of the Scottish Cup. The Highlanders come into this one on the back of 10 consecuti…
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Nicolas Kuhn will become Celtic’s first signing of the January transfer window as he arrives in a £2.8 deal from Rapid Vienna. But will the German winger be joined shortly by other reinforcements as Brendan Rodgers looks to boost his squad for the second half of the season? Dozens of names are doing the rounds as the Hoops look to bolster their opt…
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GREIG ROBERTSON spent a fascinating 18 years at the Celtic Academy between 2003 - 2021, working in close quarters with several highly regarded club coaches such as Tommy Burns, Brendan Rodgers and John Kennedy. In nearly two decades within the Academy he played a part in the development of some of Celtic's best known graduates such as Kieran Tierne…
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With the players currently enjoying a short winter break Celtic sit top of the Scottish Premiership following 4 wins on the bounce over the festive period - but what does the half-season report card look like? We take a look at the ups and downs of the campaign so far as well as the players who have made the headlines and the performance of the ret…
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Martin O'Neill stepped outside the main doors at Celtic Park on the 1st June 2000 and declared that he would do “everything in his power” to bring some success back to Celtic Football Club. By the end of his first season he had reclaimed the Scottish League title, won both domestic cups, and for good measure delivered a 6-2 hammering of bitter riva…
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Celtic made it 4 wins from 4 with a convincing 3-0 victory in Paisley and now head into the winter break 8 points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership table. Hot on the heels of his goalscoring performance in the Glasgow Derby Paulo Bernardo was at it again, providing two assists and taking home the man of the match award for his night's wo…
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Whilst most of us will still be on a high after Saturday's massive win against Rangers, Brendan Rodgers and his players still have one last hurdle left to negotiate before they can head off for the winter break. The Hoops face St Mirren in Paisley on Matchday 22 and it's vital that they fellow up the weekend win with a similar result and performanc…
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As is often the case there was a lot of noise from the other side of the city in the build up to the last derby of the year. And as has so often been the case Celtic once again done their talking on the park by commanding the game and by taking all three points. Paulo Bernardo and Kyogo grabbed the all-important goals on the day but so many players…
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It's been a mixed season so far as Brendan Rodgers adjusts to life back in the Celtic hot-seat. However, there's no better time for the manager and his players to step up to the big occasion than in Saturday's crucial clash with Rangers. They'll play out the final game of the calendar year in front of a full house at Celtic Park who'll be roaring t…
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It was as dominant as display as you'll see all season but Celtic had to wait before eventually overseeing Dundee at Dens Park this afternoon. Going in goal-less at half-time can always lead to some nerves but the Bhoys stuck to their task with Paulo Bernardo and Mikey Johnston stepping up with the all important second half goals. It was a telling …
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Celtic head to Dundee on Boxing Day looking for the win that’ll ensure we stay top of the table heading into the last game of 2023. Saturday’s 2-0 win over Livingston was a step in the right direction following recent defeats and Brendan Rodgers will be hoping for more of the same from the Bhoys against Tony Docherty’s side. Kyogo was back amongst …
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The January Transfer Window opens in little over a week and for Celtic it could be one of the most important windows in recent years. The reward for lifting the Scottish Premiership title this season is automatic qualification for the new (and substantially more lucrative) Champions League, and it's a must that Celtic take their place at European F…
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Following two league losses on the bounce nothing other than a win against Livingston would do today - and that's exactly what then Bhoys delivered. A combination of Livingston's approach and the blustery conditions ensured it was never going to be a game packed with free flowing football but ultimately Celtic done what they had to do to secure the…
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It's been a long drawn out affair but tomorrow will see the return of the Green Brigade at Celtic Park and it should give the players a timely boost just when they need it most. It's been a difficult couple of weeks domestically with league defeats to Hearts and Kilmarnock but Celtic's destiny is very much in their own hands and no better place to …
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League defeats are like busses! Hot on the heels of our first Scottish Premiership defeat of the season at Rugby Park, Celtic followed up with an even worse display as they fell 2-0 to Hearts at Celtic Park. It’s a game which featured just one of our summer signings (Luis Palma) but not the likes of Gustaf Lagerbielke and Mitchell Frame following t…
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The worst domestic performance we've seen from Celtic since the last one! If you thought last week's second half showing against Kilmarnock made for bad viewing then the full 90 minutes against Hearts most certainly won't be for you. There's something far wrong at Celtic just now, on and off the pitch, and solutions need to be found quickly if we'r…
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Will the win against Feyenoord provide the catalyst that kick-starts Celtic's season? Brendan Rodgers will certainly be hoping so as he and his players get set for four tricky fixtures between now and the turn of the year. The first of those is Hearts who visit Celtic Park tomorrow on the back of defeats by Aberdeen and Rangers. Despite this we kno…
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Ask the Celtic players and fans if tonight meant nothing. Representing Celtic is never meaningless and Brendan Rodgers, his team and the Celtic support got their rewards against Feyenoord with a last gasp winner giving us the Champions League win that's evaded us for so long. It was an entertaining game on the night with Celtic undoubtedly riding t…
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On paper there's little to play for tomorrow night against Feyenoord, but the Celtic players owe it to the fans as well as to themselves to put in a positive performance against the Dutch champions. Sunday's defeat by Kilmarnock fell woefully below the required standards and Brendan Rodgers' must get a response from his men in order to restore conf…
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Celtic fell to their first league defeat of the season at the weekend though it's a result that many feel has been coming. Like St Johnstone just 7 days prior the Hoops managed to turn in yet another Jekyll & Hyde type performance having ended the half a goal to the good, only to undo all their good work in spectacular style in the second 45. It wa…
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Were you to ask any Celtic fan who followed the club at the turn of the century who their Top 3 Celts were then this man would almost certainly feature in every list. Lubo Moravcik was quite simply a genius of a footballer. Described by Zinedine Zidane as one of the greatest No.10's in the game we were fortunate enough to see him grace Celtic Park …
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It's going to be all change at The Celtic Exchange and we want you to be amongst the first to know. Starting this Monday (11th Dec) everything we do at The Celtic Exchange will be made available completely free to ALL listeners. So that's The Weekly Show, The Countdown To Kick-Off, The Final Whistle, The TCE Q&A and our special bonus episodes with …
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Things have felt a bit flat at Celtic in recent weeks but the Bhoys blew all that away on Wednesday night with a complete and controlled performance against Nick Montgomery's Hibs. Brendan Rodgers rang the changes with both Tomoki Iwata and Mikey Johnston stepping in for rare starts and both played their part as the new look starting XI roared into…
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Celtic have had little time to recover from Sunday's Jekyll & Hyde performance in Perth with Hibs now up next on the agenda on Wednesday night. It's a relentless run as always at this time of year which sees us in the midst of a crucial period of league fixtures between now and the new year. Brendan Rodgers - fresh from his half time rant against S…
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It’s not often we see Brendan Rodgers get too high with the highs, or too low with the lows. But the manager couldn’t hide his fury at half-time on Sunday at McDiarmid Park after his players put in a display that fell way below the high standards that have been set. There’s no doubt it had the desired effect as the Hoops scored three without reply …
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Enjoy here the opening section of the latest Celtic Exchange Weekly To listen in full - this week and every week then simply click here to start your free 7 day trial. If after 7 days its not for you can cancel anytime, no questions asked. More Podcasts | More Reaction | More Celtic - all at The Celtic Exchange =====================================…
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Since the formation of Celtic back on the 6th November 1887, charity has never been far from the heart of the club. Over 135 years later, most Celtic supporters will be aware of the ongoing charity work carried out in the club’s name by Celtic FC Foundation but less will be familiar with the Celtic FC Foundation Supporters Committee – a group who w…
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Two 6-0 scorelines in a week – one good, one not so good – perhaps tell us all we need to know about the different challenges Celtic face domestically and in Europe. So why do we continue to take the same approach year on year? With the Champions League format set to be revolutionised next season the need for us to up our game on the continent is n…
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Celtic recorded their second 6-0 scoreline in less than a week though today’s was a lot more welcome than the last one! Luis Palma and Yang were the main men on the day as the wingers gave Aberdeen’s defence a torrid time throughout as the Hoops ran riot. A late flurry of goals put some gloss on the scoreline but in truth it was a deserving result …
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The heavy defeat to Atletico will be fresh in the memory as Celtic take to the park on Sunday afternoon against Aberdeen, but it’s a game that presents a perfect opportunity to get back to winning ways. The Dons will be feeling good about themselves after recent results but for Brendan Rodgers men it’s another chance to exert their domestic dominan…
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This week we’ve gone for something different and have dedicated a whole episode to answering questions from you, our listeners. We reached out to The Celtic Exchange community to find out the topics you most wanted us to cover, and these are the results. Join Tino, Mif & James as they answer your question in November's Celtic Exchange Q&A. Listen t…
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