SFF Podcasts

S8E27 Talbot Flying Over Ayr

It’s the two John’s on and they’re joined by a debutant in Killie fan Aldo. The podcast starts off with a bit of therapy for Aldo in the week that Greg Stewart returned to Aberdeen on loan instead of Kilmarnock. Aldo also vents his frustration with regards to the Jordan Jones situation. We spoke about [Read more]

S8E26 Sean’s Scottish Cup Special

It’s a Scottish Cup special as we have a special guest on who is playing in it this weekend. Sean McIlroy, striker for Auchinleck Talbot joins the two John’s. It’s a big week as they face Ayr in the fourth round. He is currently in his second spell with the club and has played at [Read more]

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Can Jones put his future aside to help his current team to victory on Wednesday?

JORDAN Jones has been one of the bright lights at Kilmarnock over the past two and a half years since he arrived at Rugby Park following his release from Middlesbrough. The winger was the main bright spark during a mediocre spell for the club under Lee Clark then Lee McCulloch, before excelling further under Steve Clarke’s [Read more]

Scottish Cup 4th Round Preview

ONE of the most eagerly awaited weekends in Scottish Football is just days away with the Fourth Round of the Scottish Cup taking place. Of course, this means the entry of the Premiership clubs (along with Championship sides Ross County, Partick Thistle, Dundee United and Dunfermline) into the competition as the Road To Hampden really [Read more]

Scottish Football Review 2018

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Old Firm hoping that Thursday is a Throwback to greater European nights

FOR many years, supporters of Celtic and Rangers have reminisced over the great European nights in their respective clubs history. From Celtic’s European Cup success in 1967, through Rangers European Cup Winners Cup triumph in 1972, to the two contesting the UEFA Cup Final in the noughties, there have been a lot for the Old [Read more]

Betfred Cup Final 2018/19 Preview – Aberdeen v Celtic

FOR the second time in three seasons, Scotland’s top two for the past four years will battle it out for the first major trophy of the season. Aberdeen and Celtic go head to head in Sunday’s Betfred League Cup Final at Hampden in a repeat of the 2016 showpiece. It was the Bhoys who triumphed [Read more]

Isreality sets in for Scots in Haifa

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Griffiths National excuse masks issues that need resolving

WHAT is it with Scotland strikers and declaring an end to National Service, all because they fell out with the manager? Mo Johnston, Duncan Ferguson, Kris Boyd and Steven Fletcher all called time on their International careers for various reasons, and sometimes temporarily, when they were at the peak of their game. Now Leigh Griffiths [Read more]

This weekends footy tips

THE football season is almost two months old and most sides are beginning to find their rhythm to set themselves for a solid campaign, whilst others are still searching for that winning formula. With that in mind, now is as good a time as any for fans to have a flutter. Check out football tips [Read more]

Semi Final Farce sums up the incompetence of Scottish Football’s Governing Bodies

THE Betfred Cup Semi Final draw threw together two mouthwatering ties between four of Scotland’s biggest clubs. A rejuvenated Hearts were paired with Brendan Rodgers all conquering Celtic side whilst Aberdeen were drawn to face Rangers. The prospect of two of the biggest rivalries outside of the Old Firm and Edinburgh Derbies in the last [Read more]

How Hearts could be poised to break Old Firm dominance

For many years, the Scottish top flight has been won by one of two teams. When it wasn’t been the mighty Celtic sweeping all aside, it was their Glasgow rivals Rangers. Do other sides get a look in? The last time anyone outside the Old Firm lifted the title, it was 1985. That team was Aberdeen, [Read more]