Monthly Archives: January 2020

S9E30 The Timewarp Podcast

It’s Krys and John this week as they make a second attempt at releasing a podcast this week following technical difficulties on the interview with Phil McGuire. Although that one is now lost to us all, Phil has kindly agreed to come back on at a later date.

Instead, we have to make do with chatting through two full rounds of Premiership fixtures, a couple of catch up games, the lower league matches from the weekend and two Scottish Cup fourth round replays.

So not much to talk about then!

Across the games we chat about the form of Aberdeen, how every dropped point is a disaster in the title race, the chances of Hearts being able to make the top six, Dundee United’s inevitable march to the Championship title, if Partick Thistle just collect relegations in bundles, and whether or not League One will become a two horse race.

We give a quick nod to Fauldhouse who exited the Scottish Cup to Pollok, and we also plug our upcoming Back Onside charity match at Broadwood which is a little over eight weeks away.

We then sadly finish up talking about the needless nonsense that comes with Scottish football and ask the question that pretty much everyone was asking on Twitter prior to recording about a specific type of car.

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S9E29 Celtic Slide to Clyde

It’s the regular trio of the two John’s and Krys on this week.

We discuss the Scottish Cup and preview what’s to come in the upcoming week.

The best bits of the cup were BSC Glasgow getting through to the fifth round for the first time in their short history. Hearts won their first game under Stendel and Ayr knocked out Ross County. We discuss the draw for the next round and potential shocks and what we expect to be the TV games.

There wasn’t much league action with only three League Two games being played. Cove Rangers saw their lead at the top extended to five points.

There is a full midweek card in Premiership on Wednesday and the Friday night game in the Championship returns.

We finish off by talking about the weekend fixtures and praising the SFA for their sensible pricing (for once).

Thanks as always for listening.

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S9E28 Best of the Decade

It’s the regular trio on this week as we discuss the best of the last decade in Scottish football. They’re also joined by Scott from The Footyblognet.

We run through a variety of best and worst moments. To kick off at consider who is the biggest clown of the decade with plenty of contenders including McGhee, Levein and Caixinha.

The best moments in Scottish football cover what’s happened domestically, internationally and in Europe. This includes favourite games, signings of the decade, manager of the decade and player of the decade.

To conclude we preview the Scottish Cup Fourth round which kicks off on Friday.

Thanks as always for listening.

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S9E27 The Rory Hamilton Interview

The regular trio of the two John’s and Krys are on. We’re delighted to have our first special guest of 2020 on with BT commentator Rory Hamilton being on.

Good John leads and asks Rory a wide range of questions relating to how he got involved in commentary through to highlights in his career so far.

We cover the lower leagues with the main news being off the field with Morton and their reaction on social media to some of their fan interaction. On the field they managed to win away from home which helps their fight to avoid relegation. Is League One the most exciting league in Scotland just now? It looks like a five way battle at the top of the league with it regularly changing hands.

To conclude the podcast we ask Rory some more questions about following the Scotland team and food and drink highlights.

An announcement is made with regards to players who have confirmed they will be appearing in the Back Onside charity game.

Thanks as always for listening.

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