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S7E36 Main Man

It’s back to being the two John’s on the podcast as they discuss what’s been going on in Scottish football. Both the McBookie charity bets were unsuccessful as the team look to get closer to the £700 mark. There are congratulations in order as St Mirren confirmed their promotion back to the top flight as [Read more]

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