Part 2 – Charlie tells Si about his positive time at Aberdeen that got him his move back to Celtic, Jimmy Calderwood’s annual post holiday tan and his reaction to a certain controversial ‘headbutt’ incident with Kyle Lafferty. He also speaks about his first season at Celtic and what was the turning point in him becoming a first team regular.
In Part 1 of Si Ferry Meets… Charlie Mulgrew, the former Celtic player discusses the comparisons between youth players of today to the successful academy teams he played in, Tommy Burns’ wind ups in the training ground and an unfortunate incident with his car at Dundee United. He also chats about his difficult early experiences down South at Wolves which set him up for his return to Scotland.
Kevin tells Si about his disappointment in the way he had to leave Rangers FC after just winning the double with the reason for his departure becoming clearer following the club's financial troubles the next year.
He also looks back on signing for Middlesbrough FC with what seemed like the whole of the SPFL joining him under Gordon Strachan's reign. A signing policy which slightly put him off...
Kevin discusses the experience of playing in the UEFA Champions League, media pressure as a Rangers FC player and the club's run to the UEFA Cup Final in 2008.
He also tell's Si about the biggest dressing down he's ever had off Walter Smith after complaining about Christian Daily giving the ball away in the defeat to FBK Kaunus.
In Episode 4, Kevin Thomson talks about the step up in standards when joining Rangers, the influence club icon Barry Ferguson had on the rest of the squad and the man management skills of Walter Smith when firing him up for big games
In Episode 3, Kevin goes into detail about the transfer saga between Rangers and Celtic for his and Scott Brown's signature in the 2007 January transfer window.
He reveals he had no idea where he would be going until a last minute meeting with Rod Petrie where a curveball was thrown his way...
In Part 1 of Si Ferry Meets… Kevin Thomson, the former Hibs, Rangers and Boro’ man discusses the early years breaking into the Hibs first team with some of Scotland’s brightest young prospects. He also divulges into the active social life at the club when going out in Edinburgh as a first team player as well as acknowledging the influence Tony Mowbray had on everyone’s career at Hibs.
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