S10E81 Euros Extravaganza Preview

We have a seven a side team that needs no introduction as we preview Euro 2020 but I’ll give you one anyway. The two John’s are joined by regulars from this season Donald, Scott and Tony plus Krys makes a welcome return and we have the star of Mr Brown’s Boys in Iain from The Famous Tartan Army Magazine.

It’s been 23 years since we qualifies for a tournament but even longer since we were last in the Euros. Once again we’ve been paired with the Auld Enemy and some familiar faces in Croatia and Czech Republic. It’s been that long since we last qualified that podcasts weren’t even a thing.

The podcast covers predictions in terms of who will line up for Scotland in the first game. Can we get past the group stage for the first time in our history? There is a belief around the players and fans that we can possibly do something special. Can we dare to dream?

It’s been a long journey and one that we didn’t maybe believe would happen but we’re a team which has been transformed under the leadership of Saint Steve as we’re now calling him.

It appears like it will be an open tournament with games spread across Europe but we make our predictions on who will win and what players are in the running for the golden boot.

Favourite Scotland tops, Euro memories, songs and much more are all up for discussion as the excitement builds to Monday.

The podcast concludes with a 7 a side team from the upcoming tournament.

Music acknowledgements

We Have a Dream – BA Robertson, John Gordon Sinclair and the Scotland ’82 World Cup squad
Whatever It Takes – Scott McGill

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