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Podcast 6 – SPL, Europa League and Football Lookalikes
By C Adey |

The podcast begins with a look back at the weekends SPL games, as well as Thursdays Europa League games involving Scottish Clubs. This weeks feature is football lookalikes, with suggestions coming from members of Scottish Football Forums. A personal highlight is Kyle Lafferty and a Rangers fan from The Scheme. We provide an update on [Read more]

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Podcast 5 – SPL and Europa League banter
By C Adey |

This weeks show involves Craig and Laurie, who has a slightly croaky voice after several renditions of “There’s only one Jocky Scott” from the night before. We review the weekends SPL games, as well as looking forward to next weekends games and also give our predictions for Rangers, Celtic and Hearts Europa League games on [Read more]

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Podcast 4 – Romanov, the Europa League draw and football poetry
By C Adey |

Following a successful guest spot in the first podcast, Scott from thefootyblog.net returns to join SFF regulars Craig and Laurie. As usual we start with a review of the SPL matches from the weekend, where we unfortunately seen two serious injuries, but were also treated to a contender for goal of the season. Romanov is our [Read more]

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Podcast #3 – Supporting your rivals in Europe and the World Cup draw
By C Adey |

SFF regular presenters Craig and Laurie are joined on this weeks podcast by a regular writer for SFF, Marc. In this weeks podcast we will take a look at the SPL games past, as well as look forward to this weekends upcoming games. With both Hearts and Rangers playing in Europe this week, we felt [Read more]

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Podcast Episode 2
By C Adey |

The podcast returns with a look back at the opening weekend of the SPL season. We also discuss the concept of summer football and whether it would be a good thing for Scottish football. We conclude with an attempt at predicting the second round of SPL games. Joining Craig and Laurie is sports journalist, and [Read more]

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Odds stacked against Jim Jefferies and Hearts in SPL opener
By L Dunsire |

On Saturday afternoon Ibrox stadium will host the traditional unfurling of the league championship flag, which marks the start of the new season – and the seventh occasion that Rangers have been involved in the event since the SPL began in 1998. Visitors to face the champions will be Jim Jefferies’ Hearts side, who themselves [Read more]

Scottish Football Forums’ First Podcast
By C Adey |

After a long wait, the SPL season returns in just a few days and to celebrate, we are launching a special feature length podcast. SFF regulars, Craig and Laurie, are joined by Scott, from thefootyblog.net, to discuss the upcoming season. We discuss each of the twelve SPL teams, including their transfer activity and speculate on [Read more]

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Celtic and Lennon prepare for the new season
By M Spowart |

After reaching their highest points total in a season since the Martin O’Neill era few could suggest that Neil Lennon isn’t guiding Celtic in the right direction. In a season packed with controversy on and off the field the idea that Celtic were arguably only two games short of winning a treble did little to [Read more]

SPL predictor 2011/12
By C Adey |

Following on from the success of last season’s predictor, I am extremely pleased to announce the launch of our Scottish Premier League predictor for the upcoming season. The premise is that same as last season – predict the score of each match in the SPL. In addition to a prize at the end of the [Read more]

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The Hidden Gems of the Scottish League
By L Dunsire |

For many years the SPL clubs overspent, and an influx of highly paid foreigners left our game in a terrible state. From Rangers breaking the Scottish transfer record to sign Tore Andre Flo, to Hibernian spending the best part of one million pounds on Ulises de la Cruz, for a time our clubs were spending [Read more]