SFF Podcasts

S8E41 Easter Ecksit

The two John’s are on this week, joined by special guest Iain Emerson who is editor of the Tartan Army magazine. The podcast leads with Iain giving us an insight to what is included in the magazine. He informs us it’s for the fans by the fans. If you have any articles you want included [Read more]

S8E40 Craig’s Tight Shorts

It’s the regular trio back on this week with Krys being rather happier than the two John’s. The podcast starts with a review of what’s gone on in the lower leagues. Congratulations to Arbroath and wee Dick in securing the League One title. We’re recording as Morton play Inverness in the Championship. There’s plenty still [Read more]

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