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S4E37 Put yer hand up for Inverness

It’s been a busy week in Scottish football, on and off the pitch. On this week’s podcast, John, Krys and I discuss:

  • Post split fixture delays
  • Championship final fixture mismatch
  • Falkirk’s win over Hibs in the Scottish Cup semi final
  • Inverness’ win over Celtic after extra time in the other semi final. Including that handball
  • Video refereering and whether it would have helped in the “handball” situation
  • The play offs
  • McBookie charity bet
  • Both Premiership games over the last week
  • Premiership predictions
  • And finally, the first scorer bet

Thank you to McBookie for donating the charity bet stake.

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S4E26 Greig’s in talks with a rival podcast

It’s transfer deadline day andĀ Greig is missing, presumably in talks with another podcast.

1-1 draws, transfers, semi finals, naughty songs, crap pitches, bawbags, cola, Prem predictions and of course the charity bet, all feature.

Declan McManus is our pick for the first scorer charity bet this weekend. We have also went for a treble of Aberdeen, Hearts and Morton.

Thank you to McBookie for donating the charity bet stake.

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S3E03 Resurgent Aberdeen, the Auld Enemy and pies

For the third week in a row, Krys and Greig join me to discuss Scottish Fitba.

Motherwell, St Johnstone and Celtic all featured in Europe last week. Results didn’t go in Motherwell or St Johnstone’s favour, but at least Celtic got through. I didn’t manage to get a steak and chorizo pie at McDiarmid Park, but I did enjoy the alternative.

During the Premiership roundup, we discuss Aberdeen’s resurgence and how many are predicting they will have a great season. I think you can guess how we react to such predictions after just two games.

QOS vs Dundee seemed to be the game of the weekend (Wick Academy might argue otherwise), and it almost won us the charity bet. Lyle unfortunately didn’t score first, but he did score second.

We move on from another losing week to pick another two McBookie charity bets. I’m confident for the most part, apart from Greig’s choice.

Scotland travel down to Wembley on Wednesday and we put our positive spin on the game.

We end with a stab at predicting the upcoming Premiership games, as well as taking a looking at how the predictor currently stands.