Monthly Archives: May 2018

S7E41 Tom Rogic’s Bleeper

We have a trio on this week as the two John’s are joined by Krys who returns.

A good week for him to return as Celtic clinched the treble and made it a double treble.

We couldn’t add to the charity pot at the weekend but we’ve managed to win £671.32 this season. The charity we’ve chosen to donate to is the Chris Mitchell Foundation. You can find out more about the charity on

Livingston managed to secure back to back promotions after defeating Partick Thistle. The guys discuss whether Archibald will stay or go.

It’s the week of the Scottish Junior Cup final and John gives a bit of insight in to it. Can Auchinleck Talbot win it for the twelfth time or will Hurlford win it for a second time?

There is also a wee bit of chat about Scotland with the end of season games to come.

The guys discuss some of their highlights from the season and then have a bit of wrestling chat with the news of Grant Holt taking it up.

Thanks to everyone who has been on the podcast this season. Hope to have you all back on next season.

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

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S7E40 Shinnie’s Scotland Stag

It’s the two John’s as they discuss the week gone by and what’s to come.

It’s been an eventful season with three games to come. Can Livingston complete the job or will Partick Thistle preserve their Premiership status?
Will Celtic complete the double treble or can Motherwell stop them?
The guys discuss the playoffs so far with it being a mixed bag in terms of teams going up against teams remaining in the league they’re in.
Ross County looked like they may avoid automatic relegation but it was not to be.
Aberdeen managed to win for the first time in league since 2004 at Celtic which clinched second place for the fourth season in a row.
The game of the season took part at Easter Road where Hibs managed to come away with a draw after being 3-0 up.
The Scotland squad was announced with a few high profile players being excused. It will be a good chance for others to impress McLeish.
The guys preview the Scottish Cup and discuss whether Motherwell can stop Celtic. The game gives us our last charity bet of the season as we pick a first goal scorer. Thanks again to McBookie.

S7E39 For Floodsake Willo

Tony makes his second appearance on the podcast as he joins the two John’s.

The charity bets were unsuccessful as we look to get over the £700 mark.
The playoffs are in full swing with Raith being sick of the sight of Alloa. There will be at least two new teams in League One next season as Queen’s Park drop down to League Two.
In the Premiership, second place and relegation is yet to be decided. After tonight we know Hibs can’t finish second. Aberdeen remain unbeaten after the split as they look to secure second again. Its all to play for on the last day of the season. In terms of relegation, it’s going to be either Partick Thistle or Ross County.
Predictions are made with the guys not agreeing on any results. Charity bets are chosen though. Thanks as always to McBookie for their support.
The guys finish up with talking up our game after Gerrard was announced as new Rangers manager. At that point, it was suggested that it was the lift that Scottish football needed. People forget though are plenty good things happening across all the leagues. Two leagues weren’t decided till the last day of the season.

S7E38 Rangers PR is Murtyfying

It’s the two John’s again to discuss an eventful week in Scottish football.

The charity bets were unsuccessful but we have a belter for the upcoming weekend if it comes in.
Hibs managed to clinch the youth double as they beat Aberdeen in the Youth Cup final. They were a bit more streetwise than the young Dons side.
It was a good week for Ayr, Montrose and Celtic as they all clinched their respective league titles.
The playoffs have now started so it’s all to play for in terms of who gets promoted, relegated or remain where they are. The playoff between Cove Rangers and Spartans saw the Highland league team win 4-0. They will be firm favourites to face Cowdenbeath in the Pyramid playoff.
In the Premiership, the race continues to be exciting in the quest for second place. Aberdeen and Hibs both got favourable results ahead of their meeting this Saturday. Rangers though were demolished by rivals Celtic. This led to Murty being sacked with three games to go as speculation increases that Steven Gerrard will take the job.
The bottom six saw Hamilton pick up a vital win which may lead to them being safe. Its a big game on Friday as the bottom two face each other.
Thanks as always to McBookie for their support.
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