Monthly Archives: August 2017

S7E7 For Fox Sake

It’s the regular trio as John is joined by Krys and John B.

The podcast starts with the news today that Craig Levein has changed jobs at Hearts.

Both charity bets were unsuccessful at the weekend. Thanks as always to McBookie for providing the stakes. There will be a break this weekend due to Scotland games.

The Premiership review starts with the seven goal thriller at Firhill. Aberdeen made it four wins out of four but made hard work of the game. The top of the table clash saw Celtic maintain their unbeaten domestic run after drawing with St Johnstone. Hamilton continued their good form.

Sunday saw Scott Fox making an absolute howler as it seemed like he forgot what had happened seconds earlier. Rangers got back to winning ways.

The Scotland games are given brief discussion with the double header coming up. Hopefully next week we’re talking about six points out of six.

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S7E6 11 May 83

It’s the usual suspects on the podcast with John, Krys and John B.

The charity bet run come to an end as both bets lost.

Krys discusses Celtic’s game in Europe against Astana and tries to figure out if anyone has come back from 5-0.

The Celtic talk continues as they won again and extended their domestic unbeaten run to 52. Rogic comes in for particular praise in a great week for the Australian.

St Johnstone and Aberdeen maintained their 100% win records while Kilmarnock, Dundee and Partick Thistle remain on nil points.

Hearts are no further forward in their quest for a new manager but Jon Daly helped his cause again at the weekend.

The Scotland squad was announced with the usual disappointment about players who weren’t included.

Predictions are made and charity bets are chosen. Thanks again to McBookie for providing us with our bets.

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S7E5 Riding Rita

It’s the terrific trio as John is joined by Krys and John B.

As opposed to last season when it seemed like we were always losing the charity bets, we’ve won another as the treble came up. We’re on £79.86 so far.

The guys skim over the Betfred Cup action as there is plenty to talk about in the league.

There are incidents aplenty to discuss in the Premiership with six cards, two missed penalties and seventeen goals. A wee bit of wrestling too.

There are the usual Premiership predictions and then our charity bet choices. Thanks as always to the good guys of McBookie.

Apologies for sound issues this week, a combination of dodgy headphones and new broadband providers unfortunately!

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S7E4 Jon Daly’s Paper Round

It’s the two John’s and Krys on the podcast this week (just for a change).

There is good news to start off with as one of our charity bets is successful. We have £40.77 so far.

There were mixed fortunes for our teams in Europe as Celtic advanced but Aberdeen went out. It’s agreed that it is disappointing for Aberdeen as opposition were there for the taking.

Last week we spoke about how long Cathro would last. Well, he didn’t even make it past the first day of August. There are a number of people being linked with the job but will they want to work under current set up?

Step forward to the weekend and there were good results for the top four from last season. Hibs impressed on their return.

There is Cup action in midweek. Will thee be a shock?

The podcast concludes with Premiership predictions and charity bet choices. Thanks again to McBookie for providing us with the free bets.

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