Monthly Archives: November 2017

S7E20 Pakora and Bovril

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

There is plenty to talk about. In fact, the podcast is that long that we almost had a penalty shoot out at the end.

We got another winner in the charity bet but it was our smallest amount due to Stirling Albion game being called off. Ayr won to add £11, taking us just under £400 for the season.

Celtic played PSG and got off to a great start but after that it was shooty in from PSG. Their week got better with their cup win against Motherwell.

The Premiership review leads us in to the double header between Aberdeen and Rangers.

Predictions are made and charity bets picked. Thanks as always to McBookie.

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S7E19 Kirkcaldy Clocks

John returns after his week off to join Krys to discuss what is going on in Scottish football.

The podcast starts off with a plug for John’s latest blog about the League Cup final.

There is good news with regards to the charity bet as our FGS pick came in. Our other bet didn’t fare so well as Kilmarnock let us down. We’re not far off £400 so would be great to get to that before Christmas.

The Premiership returned and saw Celtic continue their domestic unbeaten run. Will it end finally in the final on Sunday against Motherwell? Hamilton and Kilmarnock continued to do well. On the flip side though Aberdeen, Hibs and Rangers all lost. Rangers still don’t have a manager though they seem to be linked with one every day.

The League Cup is previewed and Scottish Cup draw discussed. Plenty of cup action to talk about too as Celtic have their upcoming trip to Paris.

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

As always, thanks for downloading and listening. We’re on Twitter as sffpodcast if you wish to interact with us.

And of course you can join us on Scottish Football Forums

S7E18 Tynecastle Or Bust

Krys is back and hosting along with John as regular host John takes the week off. Although only just as Krys has some major technical difficulties to the point the sound quality isn’t the best this week. Apologies for that.

The discussion starts with a startling revelation for the odds on last week’s debutant charity bet choice from Aidan, as Ian Flannighan of Alloa came in at a staggering 14/1! Thanks as always to McBookie for the support, especially since we’d forgotten to tweet those odds prior to the actual game!

After a brief discussion on the possibility of the Scottish Challenge Cup leaving Scotland, discussions turned to the international friendly at Pittodrie. Did we learn anything, or was it a waste of time? Maybe a bit of both.

After that its an extended discussion of the weekend fixtures ahead, including the third round of the Scottish Cup, a couple of lower league matches and a full Premiership fixture card. The weekend finishes with Hearts at “home”, so the question is will Tynecastle finally be ready?

As always, thanks for downloading and listening. We’re on Twitter as sffpodcast if you wish to interact with us.

And of course you can join us on Scottish Football Forums

S7E17 Get Shirty

This week features a debutant along with a couple of regulars. John hosts the podcast and is joined by John B and Celtic fan, Aidan.

A good weekend for a Celtic fan to make their debut with them breaking the British record for domestic games unbeaten.
The charity bets were unsuccessful with us only getting two from our treble correct. The FGS was unsuccessful too, should have stuck with our previous choice from Ayr who scored first.
The Premiership review covers Dundee and St Johnstone continuing their poor form. Rangers won again under interim manager Graeme Murty. It’s been a great week for Hibs who won both their games to continue their fine run. Hamilton have seen their form improve too.
John B has written a blog about Scotland kits so we spoke a bit about that on the day a new home kit was revealed. The guys preview the friendly against Netherlands and hope to see some of the new players feature.
There are no predictions as the Premiership takes a break. Charity bets are chosen from the lower league games which are available. Aidan comes up with someone new for FGS bet. Thanks again to McBookie.