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S6E19 Steak Stoater, it’s the Size of Your Heid

John is joined by Craig and John B for the first podcast of 2017. Happy New Year to all our listeners. Hamish gets the blame for the lack of success in our charity bets as he is busy elsewhere. We chat a bit about the Championship and how things have gone so far. Can Hibs [Read more]

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Scottish Cup 4th Round Preview

THIS weekend is one of the most anticipated in the Scottish Football calendar as the top flight clubs enter the fourth round of the Scottish Cup. It’s that time of year when lower division clubs dream of pulling off a giant killing act to write their name into Scottish Football folklore, whilst the top clubs [Read more]

Scottish Football Review of 2016

ANOTHER calendar year is almost at an end and it’s that time of year where people look back over the last twelve months – and Scottish Football is no different. The year started with the threat of a title challenge from Aberdeen after they defeated Celtic to close the gap at the top of the [Read more]

MacKay deserves second chance – but not as Performance Director!

AFTER seven months of searching, the SFA have found their new Performance Director, entrusted in overseeing the development of the next generation of talented players from our country. It looked as though Austin McPhee was destined for the role before he opted to join Ian Cathro at Hearts, therefore Stewart Regan turned to Malky MacKay [Read more]

Why Robbie Neilson should stay at Hearts – for now!

HEARTS have made remarkable progress on and off the pitch since being rescued from Vladimir Romanov’s sinking submarine in 2014. There was the short term pain of relegation with a team of kids whilst Ann Budge, along with fellow Jambos, completed her takeover but the club have risen to being one of the top sides [Read more]

Betfred League Cup Final Preview

ONLY five months into the domestic season and already the first major trophy in Scottish Football is up for grabs this weekend as Scotland’s top two sides, Aberdeen and Celtic, go head-to-head in Sunday’s Betfred League Cup Final. Unsurprisingly, Hampden is a sellout, which completely justifies the SPFLs decision to award a 50:50 allocation to [Read more]

Rangers Must Use Platform to Break Celtic’s Stranglehold

Rangers’ return to the Scottish Premiership came one season later than initially expected of the club, as they rose through the lower divisions with relative ease. Mark Warburton’s men returned to the top flight this term after two seasons in the Championship and their comeback is most welcome to provide serious competition for rivals Celtic in the [Read more]

Strachan’s Softies sent home the think again as the Road to Russia gets set to close

THIS TIME – that was the battlecry from the SFA’s marketing department to promote the World Cup Qualifying campaign, a bid to end two decades of waiting since our last major tournament appearance. Well, “this time” is heading swiftly towards the same as every other time we’ve attempted to qualify for a major finals since [Read more]

Barton the Barista

The long, and frankly boring, Joey Barton saga plods on for yet another week. Well, it was boring until it turns out that he has his eye on a wee sideline. From the Mirror A source said: “A few weeks before his bust up with the manager Joey bought a coffee machine and had it put into [Read more]

England v Scotland – Wembley Woes or Winners?

WHEN the World Cup Qualifying draw in St Petersburg last year threw together the Auld Enemy, the cheers could be heard loud and clear from Thurso to Gretna as Scotland fans got the game they wanted – their fiercest rivals in a competitive double header that could lead to the Worlds greatest sporting event. Over [Read more]

Desperate Times already for Dundee?

SINCE their return to the top flight two seasons ago, Dundee have survived comfortably in the Scottish Premiership, finishing 6th and 8th respectively thanks largely to the goals of Greg Stewart and Kane Hemmings. Paul Hartley even turned down the chance to replace Ole Gunnar Solksjaer at Cardiff two years ago to focus on establishing [Read more]

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