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Episode 37 – Old Firm Review
By C Adey |

Craig, Greig and Krys return to discuss the weekend’s SPL games, including Sunday’s Old Firm game between Rangers and Celtic. We also preview next weekends SPL games, as well as predicting the scores. The podcast is available to download, or via RSS, iTunes, or you can listen using the widget below. Podcast Powered By Podbean [Read more]

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Episode 35 – Scottish Cup Quarter Finals
By C Adey |

The SFF regulars return – Craig, Greig and Krys. There was only one SPL game last weekend, but it still gave us the goal of the entire weekend, although the scorer might not agree. The Scottish Cup quarter finals took place, with Aberdeen, Hibs and Celtic progressing, with St Mirren and Hearts going to a [Read more]

The possible future for Scottish football after the administration of Rangers
By Guest Writer |

The future of Glasgow Rangers FC looks uncertain since they announced their administration on February 14th 2012. Until now, Rangers have been the most prolific team to play in the Scottish Premier League, winning the Scottish League Cup 27 times and with 54 league championships to their name (more than any other team in the [Read more]

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Scottish Football – a time for change?
By Guest Writer |

Dear Scottish Premier League, Scottish Football League and Scottish Football Association, The national side is doing alright, right? While I’m sure Craig Levein wouldn’t mind a bigger crop of young talent coming through. Or perhaps a squad quality like England or Spain’s. Does anyone have any real issues with the national set up and progress at [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]

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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 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]

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Lies, Damn Lies & Statistics
By K Kujawa |

Anyone who has read my LostBhoys.com blogs or my forum posts will know that I love a good statistic. My head is full of them – I’m one of those people that can remember who scored a goal in an obscure match but can’t remember what he had for breakfast this morning. I even had [Read more]

Scottish Football On Life Support
By K Kujawa |

Scottish Football is all but dead, holding on by life support with little hope of ever waking again. That’s more or less the sad conclusion I’ve come to recently. Now, I freely admit it could be because my team – Celtic – aren’t having the best of seasons. But I’ve been there before. I grew [Read more]

10 SPL Halloween Horror Shows
By L Dunsire |

Halloween is upon us once again, and the SPL provided some more gruesome encounters over the course of the weekend. Horrific refereeing at Tynecastle, coupled with a frighteningly toothless Hearts attack lead to Paulo Sergio, possessed with rage and injustice, being sent angrily to the stands. And if that wasn’t enough to turn your hair [Read more]