|Celtic Underground Podcast 58|
|Written by Eddie Pearson|
|Tuesday, 04 August 2009 14:50|
Eddie is joined this week by Charlie Tully Jnr, son of the legendary Celtic player from the 1950s. Charlie takes Eddie through the great man's career from his early playing days with Belfast Celtic through to the events of his funeral and the kinds words of Billy McNeill. During the conversation they discuss Celtic's Cheeky Chappie and the impact he had on a Celtic support badly in need of a hero. They discuss his love of the games against the hun and the infamous Cox-Tully incident. Charlie Jnr talks of Charlie as a father and not just as a Celtic great. We also discuss the work of the Belfast Celtic Society and their part in keeping the memory of Charlie Tully alive. And we even finish with a song. You can find out more about the Belfast Celtic Society by visiting their website at www.belfastceltic.org without whom this podcast would not have been possible. Like the badges? Click on them and buy one.
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|Last Updated on Friday, 14 August 2009 20:51|