Graeme and Craig Cairns welcome debutant Jamie Cockburn for a quick game of Hotties and Notties before delving into the weekend Premiership action. They talk about St Johnstone conceding twice to a side who can’t score, Aberdeen defendering the shit out of their line-up and the very thought of Killie playing in their away strip has Craig speaking in tongues...
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Graeme is joined by Craig Anderson and Thom Watt for an international football extravaganza.The boys discuss some Hotties or Notties before having a look at what San Marino getting bodied off an all conquering Scotland means now, and means going forward.The boys round of the week’s podcast with their first delve in to the 50 most memorable Scotland matches, as voted by you, with Scotland 1 – 1 Norway, 1998...
The guys round-up the weekend Premiership action. Find out which match Craig Cairns called the most lightweight midfield battle in Premiership history, which player was “dangerous” in Thom’s eyes and who gave Graeme a little flutter...
Fowler, Tony and Gary talk through the weekend’s Betfred Cup matches, including Hearts’ Jekyll and Hyde performance against Aberdeen, Livingston giving Rangers all they could handle, Celtic enjoying a best case scenario and Hibs looking slightly better?
Craig Anderson, Graeme Thewliss and Craig Cairns run through the weekend Premiership action, including Hecky’s car crash and Uche’s stramash, how a god-awful Aberdeen managed to leave Livingston with the points and we FINALLY get to judge Jim (John) Goodwin...
The guys are back one day earlier than usual as Fowler, Telfer and Joel discuss Ann Budge’s whopper of a statement, Partick Thistle and Stenhousemuir sacking their managers, Cowdenbeath’s promising start to League Two and Montrose’s struggling so far this campaign...
For the opening round of Season 7, Graeme, Craig Anderson and Craig Cairns run through the weekend Premiership matches in a slightly different fashion – each providing a sizzling-hot take for each of the 12 sides based on 90 minutes of football Find out which two sides have been underestimated in the season predictions, which striker appears to be a complete waste of money and which bottom six player fans are likely to be saying deserves a Scotland call-up this season...
Graeme, Robert and Craig C get giddy about the upcoming season, asking an over/under question for each Premiership side, including how many games Ash Taylor will chuck, how long Heckingbottom will last and Robert’s insane prediction about how many times Morelos will see red...
Fowler is joined by CGT and A View From The Terrace assistant producer Gemma Hood to discuss the latest big news in the lower leagues: Falkirk’s relegation, Brechin’s (second) relegation, Peterhead’s title win, upheaval at Cappielow, a new boss at Queens and the first legs of the playoffs...
It’s time for the next of our top-12 lists which means it’s time to decide if Andrew Considine is an average centre-half or an average full-back, if Jason Kerr is good enough to have helped Scotland to a 2-0 defeat in Kazakhstan, and whether or not St Mirren’s Mihai Popescu has played enough to justify inclusion...
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Liam Bryce is joined by Tony Haggerty in the studio and Italian football expert Alasdair Mackenzie on the phone for the latest Record Celtic podcast For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy...
Welcome to the latest episode of 20 Minute Tims. The international break is finally over and there’s loads to discuss this week, including; *Celtic get back on the goals trail by hitting 6 past Ross County *The performances of Mo Elyounoussi, Jeremie Frimpong and Odsonne Edouard among others *The return of European action as Italian giants Lazio come to down in the clash we’re reluctantly calling ‘The Di Canio Derby’ (not really) *And Nick Hammond is confirmed as Celtic’s Football Operations Guy or someth...
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