Former Celtic men Ferry and Slane at Still Game show

By Connor Gordon

September 30, 2019

Fans are calling on former Celtic men Simon Ferry and Paul Slane to fill the Hydro.

Both men were snapped last night at Still Game Live in the arena on Glasgow’s River Clyde.

They were representing media company Open Goal who the pair do a weekly podcast with. They joked about performing a live show at the venue and now they might have to.

Celtic men Slane and Ferry are possible Hydro performers

The Celtic youth duo may not have made it to the top with their boyhood team. However, as media stars, their podcast is going through the roof with ratings. They have even won a podcast award this year along with co-star Kevin Kyle.

Former Rangers striker Kevin Kyle joins former Celtic men Slane and Ferry. (Picture by Mark Runnacles/GettyImages)

Slane and Ferry appeared on Twitter and Instagram at the final Still Game show at the Hydro. Fans now want the boys to play Glasgow’s biggest arena after Open Goal asked the question on Twitter.

The have answered the call as now more than 13,000 supporters have liked the status. Ferry and Slane like to talk the talk but let’s see if they and Open Goal will walk the walk.

Fans will be looking forward to the event and tickets will be sold by the thousands.

Previous shows proves the concept can work

If the Hydro move gets the okay from the bosses, then nobody needs to worry anymore.

The concept works as has been shown in other live events hosted by the Bhoys.

The trio have played many live events for fans at the Tennent’s brewery as well as the Edinburgh Fringe.

Simon Ferry in action for Celtic in pre-season. (Photo by AMA/Corbis via Getty Images)

There is a desire and a want to better themselves and they keep grabbing those opportunities. Some may see the Hydro as a major step up, but it is one that the hosts believe they can do. This will be the ultimate test to see if they can back up what they believe in.

If the night goes ahead then there is no doubt it will be a massive success.