Monthly Archives: April 2017

S6E32 Notorious McGregors

John returns and is joined by Krys and John B.

There is happiness all round as they all enjoyed their respective semis at the weekend.

It was 50/50 with the charity bets as one was successful. Funnily enough, it added £50 to the charity pot.

There’s plenty to play for in the lower leagues with lots still to be decided. The guys discuss what may happen.

Both Scottish Cup semis are analysed with one being a bit more challenging than the other. The end result was the two best teams of the season going through to meet in a repeat of League Cup final.

The Premiership returns on Friday so predictions are made which leads us to charity bet choices.

Thanks again to McBookie for providing us with the bets.

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S6E31 Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe

Krys hosts once again, and this week he’s joined by John (but not John) to discuss the various controversies after another action packed weekend of Scottish Football.

Well, almost action packed. There was Kilmarnock v Hearts as well.

It’s congratulations to Hibernian for clinching the Championship title, while in League One Alloa Athletic have secured a playoff spot. Could they yet meet their former boss, Jack Ross?

The battle to avoid the playoff at the bottom of League Two looks like it might go all the way, while in the Premiership its abundantly clear that the bottom six will be more interesting than the top six. So of course we question the post-split TV choices.

And as for those controversies? Ghost goals, horrendous dives, skiving at work – it’s all just another typical week for the SPFL and the SFA.

No luck in the charity bet this week, but it was a bit of a large gamble. Thanks as always to McBookie for providing us with the stakes.

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S6E30 The Lafferty Impression

Krys hosts for the second week in a row and is joined by returning guest, Hamish. With no opportunity missed, discussions quickly turn to how Hamish thinks Ian Cathro is doing so far, as well as later discussing what Krys thinks of the news of Brendan Rodgers signing a new deal.

But of course, the big talking points from two rounds of fixtures thanks to the midweek games come from the likes of bizarre midweek sending offs, Partick Thistle clinching their top six spot and the big game on Sunday in the battle for second.

In the lower leagues, its congratulations to League One champions Livingston, while St Mirren lift themselves out of the relegation spots thanks to a win in the Renfrewshire derby as we record.

There’s even a charity bet win for a change! So with that in the bag, this week’s choices see Krys and Hamish take a chance at big money. Thanks as always to McBookie for providing us with the charity bets.

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S6E29 Hooked, Considine and Sinclair

Krys picks up the hosting duties once again, conveniently following the weekend that saw Celtic clinch their sixth successive league title. That was done in style, with a hat-trick at the centre of the win over Hearts, but it wasn’t the most noted hat-trick of the weekend as that came on Friday night from the most unlikely of sources.

In between those two games, there was a big brawl at New Douglas Park. Sadly, no one managed to catch it on camera so we all have to imagine what it was like.

There’s questionable tactical genius at Ibrox as the new man makes three half time substitutes, and there’s even more questionable defending as Motherwell yet again take the lead there.

There’s relegation battle chat as things continue to hot up in the Premiership, Championship and League Two basements, while it’s noted that Celtic’s triumph may quickly be followed in League One by Livingston.

Finally we try once again to win some money for charity after yet another dismal performance. Thanks as always to the good guys of McBookie for providing us with the charity bets.

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