Monthly Archives: December 2018

S8E24 Dalek John, Brother John

It’s the trio on this week as the two John’s and Krys are on.

There are a couple of technical issues but hopefully it doesn’t spoil your listening pleasure too much. It’s a long one which may have to be listened to in two 45 minute halves.

There’s plenty to talk about with it being last podcast of 2018. We discuss the best moments, funniest moments, potential resolutions for managers and a best of 2018/19 Premiership team so far.

It’s been a busy week for teams in the Premiership with it being tight at all ends (listen to last week and you’ll get the reference). Hearts and St Johnstone won both their games while Rangers won the Glasgow derby.

In the lower leagues, the same teams remain at the top.

Thanks to all of you for listening so far this season and if you’ve ever listened to any episode. All the best for 2019.

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S8E23 Krysmas Chocolate Log

It’s a red and white podcast this week as Krys misses out. The two John’s are in fine and dandy mood as December is going so well for Aberdeen.

The December fixture list has seen plenty of football played in the Premiership. At the top, there are four points separating the top four. Dundee are the Christmas turkey’s as they are at the bottom.

We apologise for going on about Aberdeen a bit too much but they are the form team this month. Celtic are at the top and looking like the title favourites they are. Rangers are up in second thanks to the goals of Morelos.

The lower leagues remained much the same at the top with the exception of the lead changing hands in the Championship. Arbroath finally lost their unbeaten start to the season in the top of the table clash in League One.

The guys cover the Highland and Lowland leagues as 2018 comes to a close.

John B lets us know the Scottish Christmas eleven which has a couple of entries from director of podcasting Craig.

The Auchinleck Talbot and Cumnock game is discussed as the home team won a seven goal thriller.

To all our listeners, have a great Christmas and we’ll hopefully have one more podcast before 2019.

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S8E22 Blame It On The Bovril

It’s the two John’s and Krys on as they discuss the events in Scottish football.

Plenty going on with European action and what’s been going on domestically.

There were mixed fortunes as Celtic progressed while Rangers brexited Europe.

Domestically, there were a good few teams who played twice in the Premiership. Rangers went back to the top of the table while Hibs got back to winning ways. Aberdeen won both their games to rise up the league.

In the lower leagues, the Championship saw five draws which doesn’t happen often. Arbroath and Edinburgh City remain top of League One and Two respectively.

The podcast concludes with some political and festive chat.

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S8E21 Angry Pants

It’s the two John’s and Krys on as we have a full house. John passed a late fitness to come on.

We have a road trip covering hot toddies to Scottish Football to angry pants to Scottish comedy.

The TV fixtures for the Scottish Cup have been announced with the Ayrshire derby being picked.

There was plenty of football chat with a double Premiership card, lower league fixtures and announcement of who Scotland will face in Women’s World Cup.

There is a shout out for the Santa Dash which is for a fantastic cause. We give a shout out to one of our listeners who is doing London Marathon next year and raising money for RNIB. Check out his blog on and follow his journey.

The podcast goes off on yet another tangent at the end as we do a Scottish Comedy review.

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S8E20 Pay For The Veg

It’s the cup final trio on this week and every other week usually. Only one of out of three were a winner though.

There’s plenty to talk about with European action, league business, cup fever, Scotland and some other obscure stuff. Keep tuned in till the end.

Both Scottish teams had positive results in Europe and go in to their final game knowing what they have to do to qualify.

The Championship opened up the league action with Ayr flying high in Dundee while Partick Thistle fans wish their players had been kept captive by the SAS.

Arbroath and Edinburgh City continue to lead the other two lower leagues.

Rangers went top of the league with a victory in Edinburgh while Livingston got back to winning ways. Hamilton continued their habit of winning when it counts as they pulled away from the bottom two. There was a power issue at Rugby Park but it wasn’t their midfielder at fault. They won convincingly to continue Hibs current woes.

Celtic won their seventh domestic title in a row as they defeated Aberdeen in the League Cup Final. Typically it was Ryan Christie who came back to haunt Aberdeen. At least it makes a change from Tom Rogic.

The podcast concludes the football chat with Scotland and their qualifying group draw.

Things take a turn with all kinds of food chat as John shares his pie with us.

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