SFF Podcasts

S10E59 Guest Special: Stephen Wright

The two John’s are back together this week and they welcome a man who they used to cheer on from their Aberdeen days in right back Stephen Wright, who also played for Rangers, Bradford City and Dundee United and won two Scotland caps. Stephen begins by discussing his current role at Dundee Football Club as [Read more]

S10E58 League Cup Special

John and Tony are joined by St Johnstone fan Nory as we preview the League Cup final which takes place on Sunday. Nory is involved behind the scenes with Saints podcast which you can find on Twitter @DoggerSaints Can St Johnstone win the League Cup for the first time in their history? Callum Davidson has [Read more]

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1,744 Days Later

May 21st, 2016. In the dying minutes of the Scottish Cup final, having only equalised with ten minutes of the game remaining, David Gray headed the winning goal in dramatic fashion. As the scenes of jubilation spilled out of the stands and onto the pitch, everyone watching that day knew we were witnessing history. Back [Read more]

The final straw for Neil Doncaster, time to go

WHAT does Neil Doncaster have to do for SPFL clubs to vote for his removal as Chief Executive of the League? Over eleven years since he took up the post, then with the SPL before they and the SFL merged in 2013, Doncaster has presided over some of the most challenging times in Scottish Football, [Read more]

Dumbfries and Galloway – how George’s PR stunt could be costly for Queens

QUEEN of the South could not have had a worse start to the season. Sitting bottom of the table with just four points from nine games, all accrued against part time teams Alloa and Arbroath, and have the leakiest defence having conceded 25 goals, 14 of them in the last three games. The last thing [Read more]

World Cup draw opens up opportunities for Scotland

SCOTLAND might be preparing for their first major tournament in 23 years when they play in the delayed Euro 2020 Finals in June 2021, but the quest for the Qatar 2022 World Cup begins now. In last night’s Qualifying draw, the Scots learned that they will be up against Denmark, Austria, Israel, Faroe Islands and [Read more]

Three games, one familiar theme as Scots Women’s Euro hopes crash

AFTER qualification for Euro 2017 and World Cup 2019, the Scotland Women’s National Team was on the rise and capturing the hearts of the nation. We all felt for them that night at the Parc des Princes when they let a three-goal lead slip against Argentina, which led to their World Cup exit in controversial [Read more]

Back on the Big Stage

“If someone offered me another 0-0 and penalty shootout victory then I would grab it with both hands right now.” Trust Scotland to make it even more dramatic than that. Despite Serbia being favourites for this game, it was Scotland who looked the more likely to win in regular time. Ryan Christie’s goal looked to [Read more]

What Scotland’s qualification means to me

TWENTY Two and a half years, 120 minutes and fecking penalties! Putting my own spin on Stewart Milne’s famous 2014 League Cup Final post-match interview was the only way I could summarise the emotions of last night as Scotland FINALLY ended their long wait for a place at a major international finals. As an Aberdeen [Read more]

Daring to Dream

Thursday night sees the biggest Scotland match since… well, last month’s match against Israel to be honest. October’s penalty shootout victory, where we showed other nations just how simple it is to win them by just scoring all of yours and saving one of theirs, set Scotland’s mens national team up with a playoff match [Read more]

Time for Under 21’s to end their barren run

THURSDAY 12 November 2020 is a significant night for the Scotland National Team as they face Serbia for a place at the delayed Euro 2020 Finals, and with it the chance to end a 22 year wait for a major finals appearance. Before Steve Clarke’s men take to the field in Belgrade, the Scotland Under [Read more]

Ebbe Skovdahl – the infectious Dane who lifted the gloom in the Granite City

LIFE was never dull at Aberdeen under Ebbe Skovdahl. The Dane became the Dons first, and so far only, foreign manager in the summer of 1999, and was entrusted with the unenviable task of restoring dented pride in the Granite City following two and a half years of alarming decline. During his three and a [Read more]