Meet the team
90 Minute Cynic is a football website covering the important issues in the modern game. We follow European football with a distinct focus on the Scottish & English Premier Leagues. As part of the Hail Hail Media network, we cover Glasgow Celtic on our very popular podcast. We also seek out interesting and funny stories from all corners of the globe, bringing an analytical yet enjoyable spin on football podcasting.
Andy Dougan is the author of 'Celtic: The Lisbon Lions and The Glory, Glory Bhoys'. He is also the author of 'Dynamo: Defending the Honour of Kiev' which was long-listed for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year. He has written acclaimed biographies of Robert De Niro, Robin Williams and Martin Scorsese. He can be found on twitter under @andydougan
The author is a prominent presence on social media when it comes to SPFL and has contributed to national broadcasters and press. He's from Glasgow, a Rangers fan and supporter of Scottish independence.
Brendan is a freelance journalist who has found the misfortune of making Norwegian football his niche expertise. Half-Norwegian, half-Irish and full-time English, he'll most likely remind you of the former due to having to explain the funny surname or to regale with stories of fjords, islands and maybe the occasional trip to Brann Stadion. Brendan has contributed to ITV, the Daily Mirror and TalkSport.
Living proof that Thomas Jefferson was wrong when he said “all men are created equal” although considering Thomas Jefferson also said an African nation would win the World Cup before the year 2000 why should anyone listen to him? Bryan has a passion for Celtic, a love of football and a tendency to make completely absurd statements in such a way that you might actually agree with them. Follow on twitter @bryanmcmanus
Chris is a Celtic supporter who is also a fan of Italian football. His all time favourite players include Paul McStay and Francesco Totti. Other interests include music, politics as well as a passion for boxing. You can follow Chris on twitter here: @iaminagreement
Christopher is a Celtic supporter, vegan and general purveyor of misery. Interests include Scottish, Italian and German football, pretending he can make a difference and film; both watching and making. You can find him on twitter @TheChrisBoud.
Chris is an avid Celtic supporter with leanings towards Juventus and Boca Juniors. A student of film and popular culture, he has an interest in politics and music. Inspired by leaders, his favourite players include Paul Lambert, Juan Román Riquelme and Alessandro Del Piero. Chris is the producer and host of the 90 Minute Cynic football podcast. You can find him on twitter @TheGallatron.
Christian came to Scotland in 2001 and nobody have still managed to get rid of him. A native of Oslo, Norway, he was a huge fan of Ronny Deila before it was cool and still is now that nobody likes him anymore. Christian joined the Cynics in 2014 and is now website editor and infrequent podcaster. He has previously written for The Herald, Scotsman and has also contributed to STV (face) and BBC (voice)
Ciaran is a massive Celtic and Manchester United fan. A very keen football fan who gets around as many grounds a year, watching all levels of football, including England and Germany. He has many football autobiographies, if only he had the patience to read them! Super Joe Deadly is his favourite Celtic player. You can follow him on Twitter @ciaranharran
Dan is 20 (for now), from Glasgow and is a passionate Celtic supporter. He also has a few "wee teams", like Barcelona, Ajax and Juventus. Other interests of his include music, film, Simpsons references, and convincing himself that he is underrated and not just bang average. By day, he is an English Literature student and works in media. By night, he is a Ronny Deila apologist and Julian Casablancas enthusiast. Find him on Twitter: @TheDJMcGowan
Dom is a Glaswegian Celtic fan. He is a hypocrite, who wants Celtic to be the vanguard for leftie politics and simultaneously for the club to stop being so stingy and break the feck'n transfer record for a decent centre half. He currently lives in Finland where he is proselytising about Scottish football to awkward Finns in the sauna. There is - so far - no Finnish CSC.
Eoin Coyne is a dishevelled 30-something Dublin-based Celtic fan who is ambitious enough to have a leaning towards a team in pretty much every league, so special mentions reserved for St. Patrick's Athletic, Aston Villa, Nantes and Seattle Sounders – all perennial underachievers. He is also a season ticket holder for the Irish national team's games which means he is either a moron or the quintessential optimist. When not complaining about things he enjoys good TV, good or really bad movies, stand up comedy and his futile attempts to play 5-a-side to a competent level. Twitter: @fajlovesyerma
Euan is an ardent Alloa Athletic fan. Though raised in the rural idyll of the Wee County he now resides in Glasgow where every game is an away game, and he also checks the results to see how his adopted wee team Celtic is doing. An admirer of unconventional players of godlike genius his favourites include Diego Maradonna and big Peter 'Pierre' Lamont. Euan's other interests include cider, twee Scottish indie music and muttering in an unintelligible accent. You can find him on Twitter @CptPopTrance
Graeme is a Celtic fan living in Bayern. He was the original bum on seat 1, row S, section 113 and stayed there for 11 seasons. He now contents himself with Celtic TV. He was one half of History Bhoys Abroad and has a background in journalism. Tom Rogic completes him. He can be found on twitter under @PodestrianG
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Iain is a passionate Celtic supporter who also follows Barcelona, Liverpool and perversely Yeovil (somebody has to). When not watching football he is into music (mainly Mogwai, Nick Cave, Arcade Fire and Twilight Sad) and is a massive film fan (he claims to have ‘discovered’ Wes Anderson). He lives in Glasgow. He is tall. His record time for writing a preview is 62 minutes. Follow Iain on Twitter @iaindougan
As a season ticket holder since the 1998-99 season, Keith has witnessed some of the best players to ever adorn the Hoops in the modern age...as well as Adam Virgo. He is an amateur photographer, videographer and maker of terrible Photoshop efforts. Follow Keith on Twitter @Ginty1888.
When George Best, Che Guevara & John Wayne were having a bbq & beer in heaven with St Peter, the only thing they agreed on was Kevin's points of view at 90 Minute Cynic.
Lee McKeown is an enthusiastic Celtic supporter who hails from the land of Cumbernauld. He has held a season ticket in the corner of the Jock Stein Stand since the early days of Martin O’Neil and isn’t planning on moving it anytime soon! A history nerd who doesn’t actually know anything about football, or how to play it, so instead he has a keen interest in the history of Celtic. Lee also regularly trains and competes in the sport of Olympic freestyle wrestling; you can keep an eye on one of wrestling’s upcoming stars by following him on Twitter: @mckeown92
Liam is a 21 year old Celtic fan from Easterhouse in the East End of Glasgow and a season ticket holder in the heights of the North Stand Upper. Left wing political activist but writing in a personal capacity. The revolution will be digitised..
Marek’s two biggest passions in life are football and music. A big fan of European and South American football, he particularly follows the Spanish, Italian and South American leagues. His favourite European teams are Celtic and Barcelona and in the Americas he follows Colo Colo and Boca Juniors. Outside of football he is a vinyl junkie, film nerd, and a lazy left-winger. (politically).
Martin's an Edinburgh based Celtic fan (you'll find him at Parkhead in section 123) and when he can bothered he keeps an eye out for SpVgg Greuther Fürth, Germany's answer to Inverness Caledonian Thistle - Forza Kleeblätter! His match day playlist will always consist of the Boss, Morrissey & the Manics.
Matt is a Celtic supporter born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio and is a graduate of the University of Dayton (Go Flyers!). A few years ago, Matt learned about the burgeoning field of analytics in football. Excited with this new knowledge, he could not wait to apply this newfound wisdom to his beloved Celtic and the rest of Scottish football. However, he soon found that there was very little available when it came to these advanced stats for Scottish football. Taking matter into his own hands, Matt decided to track these various stats for Celtic. However, he soon realised he wanted to know how Celtic and it's players compared to their title rivals in Scotland. Then he wanted to compare every club in the SPFL Premiership. This slippery slope led to Matt tracking the stats for every club and player in the SPFL Premiership and Championship, as well as in depth blogs on specific topics in Scottish Football on his blog, The Backpass Rule (https://thebackpassrule.wordpress.com/). He can also be found on twitter under @thebackpassrule
Louis, aka 'The House Wives Favourite', is a Celtic supporter, with particular interest in English and Spanish football. His favourite all time players include Gabriel Batistuta and 'Fat Ronaldo', however for Louis neither of these players measure up to the talents/devilish good looks of a Mr Joseph Christopher Ledley. His other interests include golf and a shocking taste in music. You can find him on twitter @LJFMc.
Michael is a cat enthusiast and a talented beard cultivator from middle America. To supplement the dull ache that comes with being a Newcastle United FC supporter he not-so-secretly roots for Celtic, Ajax and Borussia Dortmund. Besides football his other hobby is being the living embodiment of the Korean word Han. Follow Michael on twitter @NUFC_monkey
Copmanthorpe resident, Copmanthorpe reserves left back, goalkeeper in University of Stirling intra-mural league 2001-2005, in addition to music and sports editor at the university paper, Brig. A Stockport County fan who is still waiting for his team's return to the football league as they currently languish in the Conference North division. Patrick can be found on twitter under @pjsolich
Lover of all things Celtic since 1985. Favourite Celtic player is Paolo DiCanio. Spent most of 2016 getting over a Ronny Deila-shaped broken heart that is slowly recovering. From Donegal but residing in Kildare and working in Dublin, still maintain that the greatest Celtic away day was Inter Milan away in the Europa League. Ronan can be found on twitter under @Kearney1085
Rory is a 17 year old Celtic fan from Dunblane (yes he has met Andy Murray...twice). Since the age of 5, Rory has been a season ticket holder at his beloved Celtic, with his all time favourite player being the Aussie Zidane, Tom Rogic. In a fairytale story which saw Rory rise to fame through a few Mikael Lustig inspired questions he sent into the 90 Minute Cynic, Rory now writes for the journalistic wing of his favourite podcast, putting his Advanced Higher English credentials to the test. You can find Rory on twitter @RoryPrice6
Ryan is an university student that was born and raised on the North side of Dublin. The son of a Celtic supporter, Ryan is a devoted fan of his local club Bohemians. In his spare time he enjoys writing about John Delany's favourite "problem child" - the League of Ireland - and all the little things that make it the #GreatestLeagueintheWorld. He also enjoys collecting football jerseys and watching the Chicago Cubs play baseball.
Stevie has been a coach since he was 16, working initially in Scotland with Dundee, Raith Rovers and East Fife. He has now coached in 5 countries including being a head coach in Switzerland and India. Stevie has written many books including 'Coaching the 4-2-3-1', and was the expert analyst for the hugely successful Asian Tactical analysis show, Mindgame. He is currently doing his UEFA A Licence and holds an SFA Advanced Childrens Licence
Tony have been going to see Celtic since he was 5 years old, his first game the day Celtic won the league in 1986 (his celebrations captured on TV after Paul McStay's goal). His hero is fellow goalkeeper Packie Bonner. Originally from Paisley he now lives in Runcorn in Cheshire and also follow Rugby League, NRL and WWE. You can find him on Twitter under @runcorncelt