Monthly Archives: February 2018

S7E30 Fox’s helping hand

It’s the two John’s again to discuss the recent events in Scottish football and what lies ahead.

Our charity bets were unsuccessful though we were unlucky with the FGS bet.
There is a brief chat with regards to Celtic being knocked out of Europe though they can now concentrate on their quest for back to back trebles.
Was the weekend a preview of the split as the top six and bottom six faced each other?
The guys discuss Sunday’s game and Aberdeen’s tactics come in to question. Rangers continued their fine form, as did Kilmarnock. At the other end of the table St Johnstone got their first home win of since September and Hamilton won their first game of 2018.
Scott Brown has announced his international retirement for the second time. The guys discuss the possible candidates as to who may replace him in the upcoming friendlies.
The Scottish Cup is previewed and predictions are made for two Premiership weekend games.
The charity bets are chosen after this. Thanks as always to McBookie.
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S7E29 Pies on the Fence

It’s the two John’s once again with the weekly chat about Scottish football.

It’s starts with the charity bet news where we failed to win anything this week.

Celtic are praised for their win against Zenit which leaves tie nicely poised for Thursday’s return fixture. They didn’t fare so well in the league though as they dropped points for the ninth time this season. Hibs put themselves in the mix for second place as they beat Aberdeen and Rangers won to go back in to second. Kilmarnock continued their fine form with another two wins since we were last on. At the other end of the table, it was a good weekend for Dundee with Ross County and St Johnstone picking up valuable point (s).

Scotland finally have a manager and its a return for Alex McLeish. The guys are rather uninspired but shall wait and see if there is a change in approach in terms of selecting the squad.

Predictions are made and charity bets chosen. Thanks as always to McBookie for your support.

There is a wee bit of pie chat to conclude the podcast.

S7E28 Cup Tie Mackay-Steven

The two John’s are on to discuss the events in Scottish football.

There is good news to start with as one of our charity bets won. We are now edging closer to the £600 mark.
Sadly, Liam Miller passed away last week. John B has written a blog about his career in football. Thoughts from all at the podcast are with his family and friends.
The Scottish Cup fifth round saw no real shocks. The guys cover the games and this coincides with chat about the league and teams who are doing well or struggling.
Predictions are made and charity bets chosen.
Thanks as always to McBookie for your support.

S7E27 Shambolic Scotland Seek Staff

It’s the two John’s on again as they discuss the recent events in Scottish football.

Our charity bets were unsuccessful unfortunately as Dundee let us down against Ross County who prior to the game couldn’t buy a win.
It was a weekend that saw both old firm teams lose. Kilmarnock continued their impressive home form and both Edinburgh teams won. Aberdeen won again to make it three wins in a row.
The guys preview the Scottish Cup which gives John B the chance to plug some blogs.
The saga continues with Scotland still seeking a new manager. They now need a new chief executive too as Regan resigned. It seems like a never ending saga as the guys discuss possible candidates for job as manager.
Predictions are made and charity bets chosen. Thanks as always to McBookie for your support.
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