Monthly Archives: September 2017

S7E11 Houston Has a Problem

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

In a week that two managers lost their jobs, we discuss who could replace McIntyre at Ross County and Houston at Falkirk.

There is good news again with the charity bet as our treble won. That takes us up to £163.67 for the season so far. That’s our fourth winner this season. More wins than Partick Thistle and Kilmarnock combined.

The Betfred Cup brought about disappointment for the two John’s as Aberdeen went out. They managed to bounce back on Sunday and remain unbeaten in the league.

The Premiership action is reviewed with Celtic beating Rangers again. Ross County continued their poor form which led to McIntyre losing his job.

There is brief mention of Celtic’s upcoming game in the Champions League against Anderlecht.

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

The Scotland squad is briefly discussed but will be spoken about more in the build up to the conclusion of the qualifying group.

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S7E10 Kicking Me Softly

John is joined by Krys and John who returns after a couple of weeks off.

The charity bets were unsuccessful unfortunately. Hopefully better luck this weekend.

The Premiership review starts with the action on Friday which was eventful. There was one red card dished out with potential for a few others. That theme continued over the weekend where the top two remained unbeaten and Dundee picked up their first win.

There is Betfred Cup action during the week with three games on BT Sport.

Predictions are made and charity bets chosen. Thanks as always to the good guys of McBookie.

The podcast concludes with pie and wrestling chat.

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S7E9 Much of a Muchness

Regulars John and Krys are joined by Hamish who makes his first appearance of the season.

There is good news with regards to the charity bet as we won our treble. That takes us to £131.77.

The Premiership review starts with Celtic continuing their unbeaten domestic run. They go in to this weekend looking to make it 55 games unbeaten….There is also the small matter of Celtic’s upcoming match against big money spending PSG.

Hamish is pleased that Levein has returned as manager at Hearts and speaks positively about their performance against Aberdeen who remain unbeaten. Has there ever been a 0-0 before at Murrayfield? The other games are reviewed in a bit less detail.

The lower leagues are given brief mention with St Mirren and Raith Rovers continuing to impress.

Predictions are made for the Premiership fixtures which leads us in to charity bet predictions. We have a new selection for the FGS bet which probably isn’t difficult to predict considering his fine form.

Thanks as always to McBookie for providing us with our charity bets.

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S7E8 Craig Levein Director of Rugby

John is joined by Krys as John B takes a break.

The international double header takes up most of the conversation after Scotland won both games for first time in ten years. The guys are happy that we’re still in with a chance of a playoff spot and maybe a first tournament in twenty years.

It’s back to league business as of Friday so there are predictions to be made for the Premiership fixtures. Transfer deadline day is discussed as the guys analyse the upcoming fixtures.

Thanks as always to McBookie for providing us with our charity bets.

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