Darrell Currie discusses some of the greatest stories in Scottish football history with a host of stellar guests in a 12-episode series
11: CURRIE CLUB - RANGERS: BEHIND THE GERRARD SUCCESS
Former assistant Michael Beale joins Darrell and Kenny Miller to look back on Steven Gerrard’s time at Rangers, culminating in a first Premiership title in a decade.
He opens up on the matches, signings, regrets and moments that led to the success.
11/11/2022 • 57 minutes 37 seconds
10: CURRIE CLUB - Hearts: The Romanov Years
Lifting the lid on one of football’s most intriguing stories, Vladimir Romanov’s time at Hearts.
Former captains Steven Pressley and Michael Stewart reveal how players dealt with many managers, dressing room rebellions and bizarre training sessions.
04/11/2022 • 51 minutes 47 seconds
9: CHRIS SUTTON: LOVE HIM OR HATE HIM
Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton is never short of an opinion, but is always prepared to back it up.
The BT Sport pundit discusses why honesty has to come before friendships and why he stands by everything he says even if it provokes a reaction.
27/10/2022 • 52 minutes 20 seconds
8: CELTIC: KT & BRENDAN'S BHOYS
Kieran Tierney joins the Currie Club to look back on the Brendan Rodgers era and playing for Celtic, the team he grew up supporting.
Tierney discusses his heroes, key matches and sleepless nights before his Scottish record transfer to Arsenal.
20/10/2022 • 1 hour 5 minutes 5 seconds
7: HIBERNIAN: SCOTTISH CUP GLORY
The Currie Club steps back to 2016 as Hibs ended their 114 year wait to win the Scottish Cup.
Darrell Currie meets up with former manager Alan Stubbs and influential midfielder John McGinn to relive the road to glory, with some hilarious tales from the dressing room and celebrations along the way.
13/10/2022 • 55 minutes 33 seconds
6: RANGERS: CLASS OF 1992
Darrell Currie looks back on the Rangers' class of 92/93, remembering on and off-field highlights of a 64-game season that delivered 3 trophies.
Former assistant Archie Knox, Mark Hateley and Stuart McCall pay a poignant tribute to manager Walter Smith, who won the ‘Battle of Britain’ and 9 in a row.
06/10/2022 • 57 minutes 47 seconds
5: CELTIC: THE MARTIN O'NEILL YEARS
Joining Darrell Currie, 3 members of Martin O’Neill’s team who played a crucial part in one of the most memorable periods in Celtic’s history.
Chris Sutton, Jackie McNamara and Stiliyan Petrov remember the big games and characters who made it to the UEFA Cup final, securing 7 domestic trophies.
29/09/2022 • 1 hour 22 minutes 22 seconds
4: ANDY ROBERTSON: KIT ROOM APPRENTICE TO SCOTLAND CAPTAIN
Darrell Currie meets Andy Robertson to talk about his unique career.
From being released by boyhood club Celtic, Liverpool’s left-back explains his rise from Scottish amateur football, working in the Hampden Park kit room to captaining Scotland & lifting the Champions League in just six years
23/09/2022 • 59 minutes 33 seconds
3: ABERDEEN: TEAM OF THE 80s
Darrell Currie is joined by two key players from Sir Alex Ferguson’s all conquering Aberdeen side of the 1980’s.
Alex McLeish and Gordon Strachan played a major role in delivering 8 domestic and 2 European Cups to the Granite City, giving a unique and hilarious insight into the early Fergie years!
15/09/2022 • 1 hour 3 minutes 54 seconds
2: RANGERS: THE ROAD TO SEVILLE
Darrell Currie looks back on Rangers' run to the Europa League final just a decade after the club had kicked off in the Third Division.
Joined by former Rangers players Kenny Miller, Alan Hutton and Kevin Thomson, they look back on the journey to Sevilla with BT Sport, from the studio and among the fans.
09/09/2022 • 1 hour 14 minutes 45 seconds
1: CELTIC: POSTECOGLU – A YEAR OF PROGRESS
CELTIC: POSTECOGLU – A YEAR OF PROGRESS
Darrell Currie and Chris Sutton meet up with Ange Postecoglu to look back on his first year as Celtic manager.
His arrival in Glasgow in the summer of 2021 raised eyebrows, but the Australian proved popular on and off the pitch. In a fascinating insight, Postecoglu discusses winning over supporters, belief in his philosophy, adapting to life in Scotland and his ambitions for the future.