Category Archives: Podcasts

Episode 29 – Hearts escape punishment and transfer deadline banter
By C Adey |

Craig, Laurie and Greig run through the League Cup semi finals and SPL games from the weekend, focusing on the main events during the games. The transfer window closes at 11pm on the 31st of January, so we discuss the latest rumours and predictions for the final day. We also take a look at Hearts, [Read more]

Episode 28 – Gestures, Handbags, SPL, Scottish Cup and League Cup
By C Adey |

Greig makes a return to the podcast, joining Craig and Laurie “the sidekick”. Krys couldn’t make this weeks show, because he was enjoying a spa day with his wife. Following Johnny Hayes and Richie Foran’s handbags in the Scottish Cup, we discuss refereeing consistency. Following a look at the Scottish Cup replays, we look at [Read more]

Episode 27 – SPL review and a focus on Hearts’ current situation
By C Adey |

Craig, Laurie and Krys discuss the weekends SPL games, with Laurie reading out comments from forum members. Recording took place on Monday evening and the latest news was that Hearts had paid, or were about to pay, their players on time, so that led to discussion on the situation. Laurie recently wrote an article on Rudi Skácel and [Read more]

Episode 26 – Scottish Cup 4th Round & The 5th Round Draw
By C Adey |

Krys and Greig join Laurie and Craig for the first podcast of 2012. We review the SPL games from the 2nd of January, including the Edinburgh Derby. We cover the Scottish Cup 4th round games that took place this weekend, with a focus on the Ross County, Motherwell, Hearts, Celtic and Rangers games. Greig and [Read more]

Episode 25 – the best and worst bits of Scottish football in 2011 and podcast highlights
By C Adey |

To celebrate the landmark 25th episode, we have two guests on the show – Scott, from thefootyblog.net, and regular guest, Krys. We look back at our best footballing moments of 2011, as well as the worst. Laurie created a number of highlight clips, including one specifically for me (Craig) and one for Laurie. After hearing [Read more]

Episode 24 – Review of Christmas Eve’s SPL games and preview of SPL midweek games
By C Adey |

With the hectic Christmas schedule, this week’s podcast doesn’t include a guest, with Craig and Laurie doing the show on our own. We discuss Christmas Eve’s SPL fixtures, as well as looking forward to the midweek games, which include the second Old Firm of the season. The podcast is available to download, or via RSS, [Read more]

Episode 23 – Great goals, dives, punches and a Christmas song
By C Adey |

Krys joins Laurie and craig for this weeks SFF podcast. The weekend seen two goal of the month/season contenders, as well as some less positive aspects such as diving and violence, so we discuss these as part of our SPL review. Since Christmas is just around the corner, we decided to record a special version [Read more]

Episode 22 – SPL review/preview and penalty kicks
By C Adey |

Greig joins Craig and Laurie on this weeks podcast. Aberdeen drawing despite leading by two goals after seventeen minutes, Dundee United coming from two goals behind to win three two, Scott Brown’s handbags and Wanyama’s superb strike are just some of the weekend’s incidents that are covered in our SPL review. Following the penalty miss/save [Read more]

Episode 21 – Aluko’s penalty claim, Craig Brown’s future with Aberdeen and SPL banter
By C Adey |

Laurie and I are joined by Krys on this weeks podcast. Sone Aluko’s penalty claim is discussed in detail, as well as how simulation is dealt with and how it could be dealt with better. With Aberdeen suffering another loss, which takes them to the foot of the table, we discuss how Craig Brown is [Read more]

Episode 20 – Gary Speed, SPL banter and reaction to Kenny Shiels’ comment on real fans
By C Adey |

On a landmark episode, Laurie and I, are joined by John, who is a season ticket holder at Celtic Park. Following the tragic events at the weekend, we start the podcast with a tribute to Gary Speed. Following his win over Rangers, Kenny Shiels described fans who support their local team, as “real” fans. We [Read more]