Celtic Underground No.278 – Heartbreakers

Harry chatting with Mark Cooper
Harry chatting with Stephen McGowan

May 3 1986: Heart of Midlothian travel to Dundee in need of a single point on the final day of the season to secure their first Scottish League title in 26 years. In Paisley closest challengers Celtic face St Mirren in need of a miracle. With seven minutes of the season to play the miracle comes from the boots of a Dundee substitute by the name of Albert Kidd…

This week Harry is joined by author of Heartbreakers: Celtic, Albert Kidd and 1986 – Mr Stephen McGowan the Chief Football writer at The Scottish Daily Mail.

Enjoy the book – here;

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Heartbreakers-Celtic-Albert-Kidd-1986-ebook/dp/B01E8ZYLRA

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