John is joined by Scott from The Footy Blog Net and Iain from The Famous Tartan Army Magazine.
To kick off we discuss the disappointment of how our Nations League campaign ended for the World Cup campaign. There is agreement though that massive progress has been made after qualifying for the Euros next year and that remaining in group B will help us.
We then go on to discuss the impact of what occurred with the under 21 squad with players contracting COVID and others having to self isolate. This has also impacted the Women’s team as Shelley Kerr will have to self isolate and miss their Euro 22 qualifying double header against Portugal and Finland.
It’s a well done to Glasgow City as they advanced in their Champions League qualifying tie against Valur to make the group stages again. Let’s hope they can do as well as last season or even better.
The chat moves on to the Premiership as Celtic continue to wobble, is a new manager on the way? Can they arrest the slump? They’ve only actually lost one game in the league this season but performances are the main concern. On the other side of Glasgow, Rangers continue to be in terrific form and look to be the current favourites for the league. As Tony isn’t on we can praise Dundee United who look like they have found a good combination up front.
After being 2-0 up in the lower leagues prediction game, expert Ally Graham is now 3-2 ahead. We give Iain the opportunity to represent the podcast this week.
It’s been a while since we had some wrestling chat but The Undertaker has retired and Scott is not happy that we have inadvertently dissed his Mum.