Monthly Archives: May 2017

S6E37 Kelly Brook and the Celtic Housecoat

It’s a squad on the podcast as Craig joins the recent regular trio of Krys and the two John’s.

We’ve decided to donate the charity winnings of £487.71 from McBookie to the Tartan Army Children’s Charity

John does a Kuate as the rest discuss the Premiership playoff.

The cup final takes centre stage with an in depth discussion regarding the game and how it played out.

The talk then takes a most random turn with talk of gardening and Kelly Brook.

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S6E36 Foran’s Rotten Core

John is joined by John B and Krys with plenty to talk about as the season come towards it’s conclusion.

We’re back to form with the charity bets as both were losers.

Cowdenbeath preserved their league status and avoided a third consecutive relegation.

There were two lots of Premiership fixtures with Aberdeen winning twice in Glasgow. Can they make it a third win on Saturday?

The final takes up a fair bit of chat as Krys does his best Pedro impression by naming the Celtic line up. The two John’s can’t decide whether it’s a good idea to start Ryan Jack or not.

The Scotland squad was announced with a few surprises. Strachan remembered where Aberdeen is but still never picked Shinnie.

There are no charity bets but thanks to McBookie for all your support this season and since we began the podcast.

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S6E35 Four-midable Jack and Victor

John returns and hosts the podcast, joined by John B and Krys.

There is once again good news as we have a charity bet winner. That takes us to £487.71 for the season so still a chance to break £500 again.

It is playoff central with lots being decided at the weekend. By the end of next week, things will be clearer in lower leagues with only Premiership place still to be decided.

The Premiership fixtures are reviewed from the weekend. Aberdeen were once again defeated by Celtic but there were positives to take despite the scoreline. St Johnstone secured European football once again.

Predictions are made with John opting out after forgetting to predict the first game.

The charity bets are decided as we go in search of another winner. Thanks again to McBookie for providing us with the bets.

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S6E34 The Scoring Stag

Krys is back from his holiday bromance and this week is joined by John and Hamish. Yes, we eventually get to the game between their two respective teams!

But before that, the lower league season has come to a close so we reflect on the ups and downs, the great disappointments and the great escapes of various teams across the Championship, League One and League Two as well as wondering if East Kilbride can follow in Edinburgh City’s footsteps and make the step up to the SPFL from the Lowland League now that they’ve dispatched Buckie Thistle.

We take a brief look at the PFA awards and discuss who was left out before ultimately deciding it didn’t matter as they got them all right anyway.

The focus turns to the relegation battle in the Premiership, and Krys explains what Jonathan Sutherland refused to explain on Sportscene as to just how Ross County aren’t technically safe yet. Krys was bored this week apparently.

In the top six, Celtic won again while Rangers over-celebrated clinching a European spot only to all but see second place finally put out of their reach a few hours later.

And on top of all that, one of the charity bets came in! Thanks again to McBookie for providing us with the bets.

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S6E33 Center Parcs 1 5

John is joined by Craig, who makes a rare but welcome appearance on the podcast.

There is great news with regards to our FGS charity bet as Stevie Mallan scored first to add  £100 to our charity pot. That gives us a total of £427. The other bet was unsuccessful due to Falkirk drawing with Queen of the South.
It’s the last week of action in the lower leagues coming up so there is talk of who may or may not make playoffs or be promoted/relegated.
Craig compliments Celtic on their convincing win at Ibrox and then discusses what players he thinks should be retained at Rangers. There aren’t many names mentioned. Craig is also critical of the idiotic Rangers fans involved in incidents at game on Saturday.
John is disappointed with Aberdeen’s loss against St Johnstone but is still positive that second will be secured soon.
The other action in Premiership is discussed with plenty goals at the weekend.
Predictions are made and charity bet choices are made. Thanks again to McBookie for providing us with the bets.