It’s the post-Euro 2016 therapy session tonight as Krys is joined by John and Andy to look back over what could have been, what should have been, and what just plain wasn’t in Scotland’s latest failed qualification campaign. Focus starts on the recent Poland draw at Hampden, but soon turns to look at other aspects of the campaign including more dropped points against Poland, Ireland, Germany and yes even Georgia.
Where next for Scotland also comes up eventually as the future of Gordon Strachan is discussed, as well as a look ahead just a short eleven months to the start of the World Cup 2018 qualifying campaign and the various fortunes of our opponents in that group through this campaign.
Eventually turning to the domestic football once again, we look forward to the return of the SPFL action and discuss the ongoing managerial issues at several clubs. Then it’s on to trying to make it three charity bet wins in a row after a second first goal scorer bet in quick succession came in over the weekend. Thanks as always to McBookie for providing the stakes.
We hope this is as cathartic for you as it was for us, and hopefully next time we’re looking forward to Scotland playing in a major finals again. Roll on season seven of the podcast!
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