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S7E32 Roll and Pie

We have a fresh voice on the podcast as Tony makes his first appearance along with the two John’s.

There is plenty to talk about with usual stuff like charity bets, Premiership review, predictions and charity bet choices for upcoming games.
We managed to get a win in one of our charity bets.
There is plenty to cover in the Premiership with a few derbies getting played. The weekend started with Hibs overcoming City rivals Hearts to change the ‘natural order’. Hamilton and Celtic were the other teams to gain victories. Aberdeen continued their indifferent form. That leads on to some chat about how their season might end if they lose Scottish Cup replay.
The Scotland squad was announced with plenty of fresh faces which pleased the guys. Hopefully most of them get their chance to impress.
Predictions are made and charity bets chosen. Thanks as always to @McBookie for your support.

S7E31 Cabin Fever

It’s the two John’s again to discuss what’s gone on in Scottish football over the last week.

The league fixtures at the weekend were wiped out so there are just the Scottish Cup ties to discuss.
There ended up being no charity bets due to games being called off.
Three ties were decided at the weekend in the cup with the result of Aberdeen and Kilmarnock to be decided in a replay. As expected, Celtic and Rangers won comfortably. The other tie saw Motherwell edge things against Hearts.
There is some good news in terms of the national team as Scott McTominay has opted to play for Scotland. It will be interesting to see who is involved in upcoming squad.
Charity bets are chosen and predictions made. Thanks as always to McBookie for their support.
Once again, if you fancy joining us on the podcast or have any feedback, contact us on @sffpodcast on Twitter.

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.
If anyone fancies coming on the podcast and joining us then get in touch @sffpodcast on Twitter.