Monthly Archives: October 2014

S4E12 @sffpodcast

Krys, Greig and John let us down on the charity bet. 0 out 3.

The @sffpodcast Twitter account is launched and John (or should I say, Mrs John) has an idea for a competition.

Mike Ashley’s involvement in Rangers is hot news over the last few days, so we discuss what that might mean for the club.

We also look ahead to the League Cup, Scottish Cup and the weekend’s Premiership games.

Thank you to McBookie for donating the charity bet stake.

sfootballforums On Twitter
http://forums.scottishfootballforums.co.uk/

S4E11 Coolest UK Podcast

Craig has Ebola or something so Krys is hosting officially one of the coolest UK podcasts once again. He is joined by John and Greig who both get to moan about their respective teams’ defences.

There’s good news in the charity bet, Scotland in Poland, and an SPFL and WWE roundup all get discussed before moving on to the apparent importance of Potty Training. Then finally a look forward to the coming weekend’s action as John and Greig’s teams square off in some Friday night action.

Thank you to McBookie for donating the charity bet stake.

sfootballforums On Twitter
http://forums.scottishfootballforums.co.uk/

S4E10 Scotland humps Georgia 1-0

Krys and I start by discussing Scotland humping Georgia 1-0, and all the positives that came from that.

We face Poland tomorrow night, which is ever more important after they beat Germany.

The charity bet lost, surprise surprise, but we try again with a simple double.

Neil Lennon recently signed on as Bolton manager, so we discuss whether we think it was the right move for him and his team.

Thank you to McBookie for donating the charity bet stake.

sfootballforums On Twitter
http://forums.scottishfootballforums.co.uk/

S4E9 Goodwillie, Cheesy Pies and Butt Bans

It’s the dream team this week – me, Krys, Greig and John.

Celtic’s defeat against Hamilton brings up a discussion on Deila’s time at Celtic so far and whether players/clubs are professional enough in Scotland.

We also discuss how we feel our clubs are doing so far this season. Well, Krys and Greig do, John and I make do with a score out of ten. I qualify my rating out of ten in case there was any confusion.

Scotland vs Georgia is coming up next week and we are all confident of a result, as well as being confident of leaking a goal or two. Except John, who is confident of keeping a clean sheet.

The charity bet came in for a second time this season, and we stick with the winning man, Osman Sow as our first scorer.

Thank you to McBookie for donating the charity bet stake.