Monthly Archives: December 2016

S6E18 Jingle Balls

It’s the three wise men on as John is joined by Hamish and John.

The charity bets that were chosen last week lost again so bah humbug to that. Maybe goodwill will be shown to us this week seeing as it’s Christmas.
Rangers won again and have hit some form which means there is a bit of gloom surrounding Aberdeen and Hearts. There is talk of whether McInnes is under pressure at Aberdeen. At Hearts, there were boos in Cathy’s first home game which appear unfair.
Malky Mackay got the job as performance director. The guys analyse whether this is a good appointment and try to figure out what his job involves. Check out John B’s article on
Predictions are made and charity bets are chosen. Thanks again to McBookie for your continued support.
Merry Christmas to all our listeners. We won’t be on next week but will be back in the New Year.

S6E17 No Leccy, No Lighty

It’s the two John’s on the podcast on the night the northern lights didn’t work properly.

Once again, the charity bets were unsuccessful but we continue to search for another winner.
There is brief mention of Celtic’s trip to Manchester in the Champions League.
Talk moves on to the action in the Premiership where Rangers get revenge for their defeat against Hearts. We’re bitter about John Beaton ruining our BTTS choice. Aberdeen had a mixed set of results where they struggled again against St Johnstone.
Predictions are made and charity bets are chosen. Thanks again to McBookie for providing us with our bets.

S6E16 Woo Woo and Bovril

John is joined by Hamish and Krys to discuss the current events in Scottish football.

The charity bets were once again unsuccessful but there is a big winner to come.

Hamish is in a happy mood after Robbie Neilson’s farewell gift/party and the announcement of the youngest manager in top flight of Scottish football.

John is frustrated with the tactics that McInnes has employed against the two Glasgow teams.

The Motherwell v Celtic game seen very little good defending but plenty of attacking flair on show.

Predictions are made which lead to charity bets where we have picked a rare draw.

Thanks again to McBookie for providing the charity bets.

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