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Football Scotland Daily will get you up to speed with all the latest news and talking points just in time for your evening commute home. Let the Football Scotland team act as your guide through the wonderful, mad world of Scottish football. We’ll bring you a mix of discussion, breaking stories and transfer news every day between Monday and Friday. And if you can’t wait for the next episode to upload to get your fix you can find us at footballscotland.co.uk or over on Twitter @Football_SCOT
 
ARE you a fan of fitba played below the leagues that have the glitz and glamour? Then you’ve come to the right place. Join the Scottish Sun’s Gareth Law and Newmains United co-manager manager Paul Davies for a weekly look at football lower down the ladder. Hear the latest news, discussion and stories along with managers, players, administrators, fans and more from SPFL League One and Two, the Lowland and Highland Leagues, South and East of Scotland Leagues and the juniors. There’s a chance f ...
 
Together with Sports Marketing Scotland (http://sportsmarketingscotland.co.uk/) 's Chris Samson, the Scottish FA's Scottish Football Marketing Podcast is designed to help give clubs practical advice on a number of marketing, PR and commercial topics. Hosted by Michael Bochel (Digital Manager at the Scottish FA) and Chris, we explore a different topic each week speaking to someone from within Scottish Football or an expert in the field with sole of aim of helping Scottish clubs with their own ...
 
The Scottish Football Citizen is a new weekly podcast that delves into the long and illustrious past of Scottish football. We cover every level from internationals to the juniors, discussing players, managers, teams, big games and even the fans and how they earned a crust in order to pay for their match tickets. Sign up to our mailing list at https://the-scottish-football-citizen.mailchimpsites.com/ to make sure you never miss an episode or an update from us!
 
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Callum is joined by Steven Caldwell. Steven won 12 caps for the Scotland national team and played over 300 league matches in his career, primarily in the top three tiers of English football. Since retiring from playing, he has been working as a Major League Soccer analyst for TSN in Canada.
 
Ahead of Euro 2020 in the summer, this week sees Andy, Lindsay and Jim revisit Scotland's debut Euros tournament where the Tartan Army descended on Sweden for our games against the Netherlands, Germany and the Commonwealth of Independent States (aka Russia). Just how would Andy Roxburgh and Craig Brown's men fare against some of the best sides in t…
 
Calum, George and Graeme discuss Dundee United’s Scottish Cup aspirations, whether Dundee will finish second or third in their quest for Premiership promotion and “The Bear” recounts a tale of goalkeeping glory.Door DC Thomson Media
 
After last week where we discussed who should go to the Euros, this week John is joined by Scott and Tony. We stick with the Scotland theme as we become involved in a bit of fantasy and pick a squad of Scotland players from 1990 onwards. There are some names who are absolute certainties but it’s interesting to note that in certain positions we’ve s…
 
Did you hear the one about the Welshman, the Englishman and the Scotsman walking onto a Podcast? In the first of our preview specials for this summers delayed Euro 2020 Finals, John spoke to men from media outlets of the three home nations in the tournament to assess their chances of progression. First up was Ian Mitchellmore of Wales Online. Ian p…
 
Andy & Gordo review last weeks results & give their football betting suggestions for this weekends Bankers, Values & Outsiders. They also discuss their charity treble picks. This weeks picks come from the following matches: Bayern Munich v Borussia Monchengladbach (German Bundesliga) Gamba Osaka v Kawasaki Frontale (Japanese J1 League) Spezia v Nap…
 
IT’S been a week of elections. But it’s time to get back to talking about putting crosses into boxes of a different kind. This week we’ll hear the second part of a great interview with St Cadoc’s boss Craig McEwan. He tells us why his wife’s underwear regularly turned up in the dressing room, being sold to Raith 24 hours after signing a new deal at…
 
Joining Grado & Chris this week is a Scottish TV legend. Star of Chewin' The Fat & Still Game, the one and only Greg Hemphill! Greg joins the lads the chat through his career entertaining the people of Scotland and we find out what team he really supports! All the usual banter on the Open Line and another challenger attempts to win the pies on the …
 
Calum, George and The Bear ask who will get the nod from Dundee United boss Micky Mellon to start Saturday's Scottish Cup semi-final against Hibs and map out Dundee's potential play-off run-in.Door DC Thomson Media
 
When Jose Mourinho realised as a teenager that he was never going to be a great player, he decided he was going to become the best coach in the world. From translator and assistant to Sir Bobby Robson at Barcelona to multiple league and Champions League-winning manager at Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan, Real Madrid, Manchester United and Tottenham Hot…
 
It's Scottish Cup semi-final week and Dundee United and St Johnstone have got differing job descriptions. The inconsistent Tangerines are tasked with upsetting the odds and overcoming recent poor league form to get the better of Hibs. St Johnstone, on the other hand, will be trying to stay on top of the wave they have been surfing for a few months …
 
Thirty years ago this month, Motherwell won the Scottish Cup after a memorable 4-3 victory over Dundee United in one of the greatest Scottish Cup Finals of all time. Along the way, they defeated holders Aberdeen, First Division sides Falkirk and Morton, and Celtic en route to their success. In this special feature, we hear from four guests giving t…
 
In the latest podcast, John is joined by St Johnstone fan Nory as we preview the upcoming Scottish Cup semi finals. We discuss the social media boycott, online abuse and more. St Johnstone’s League Cup win is the topic of discussion before we move on to the weekend action Nory is in dream land as St Johnstone have the potential to win the cup doubl…
 
A YEAR ago Kieran McAnespie agreed to lead Cumbernauld United into the new West of Scotland League. But after just seven games of a season cut short by covid he stepped down last week. In the first of a two-part interview we’ll find out why he was unable to continue in the hotseat – and whether he’s looking for a quick return to the game. He’s got …
 
In this week's episode we continue our four-part series about the career of Sir Alex Ferguson in Scotland.We pick up where we left off at the end of episode 20 where Ferguson has just finished his playing career at Ayr United and is looking for a route into management. After a failed job interview for his first club Queen's Park, East Stirlingshire…
 
John, Andy & Gordo review last weeks results & give their football betting suggestions for this weekends Bankers, Values & Outsiders. They also discuss their charity treble picks. This weeks picks come from the following matches: Real Madrid v Osasuna (Spanish La Liga) Vegalta Sendai v Kashiwa Reysol (Japanese J1 League) Lazio v Genoa (Italian Seri…
 
Michael and Chris chatted to George Fraser about the Lowland League, how it works behind the scenes, the search for a sponsor and George's hopes for the league in years to come. We avoided any chat on the current ongoing play-off situation so don't get your hopes up for any juicy soundbites on that I am afraid. We also spoke a bit about BSC Glasgow…
 
The stakes couldn’t be higher for Dundee United and St Johnstone in the Scottish Cup. Both clubs are now two games away from a trophy, guaranteed European football through to Christmas and £3 million. In this week’s Courier Talking Football podcast, Jim Spence Sean Hamilton and Eric Nicolson discuss the magnificent quarter-final performances that g…
 
This season will go down as a historic one for Rangers after they secured their 55th Scottish Premiership title in impressive style. However, losses to St Mirren and St Johnstone have consigned the Ibrox side to back-to-back quarter-final exits in domestic cup competitions. There's no doubting Steven Gerrard has achieved his main aim this campaign,…
 
Jim Cassell joins Callum. He is a former Youth Academy Director at Manchester City. He has been responsible for the development of players such as Shaun Wright-Phillips, Joey Barton, Stephen Ireland, Nedum Onuoha, Daniel Sturridge, Michael Johnson and Micah Richards and many others.
 
FORGET the European Super League. Right now all the chat is about what happens next in the West of Scotland Football League. Last week Ardrossan Winton Rovers put forward a proposal which has sparked a huge debate. In a covid world they reckon conferences based on geography will give the coming campaign a better chance of being completed. On last w…
 
Joining the boys this week is former Rangers man, Kyle Hutton to chat through his career with everything from playing at Old Trafford in the Champions League to being kidnapped in Edinburgh, it's got it all! All the usual banter on the Open Line and a new contestant tries to beat the boys on the Player Profile Play Off with piesports.com Full video…
 
In this episode Andy delves into the archives of the Scottish Football Museum to bring you an interview from the year 2000 with Alex Smith. A well-travelled player and manager in his day, here Smith recalls travelling from his hometown of Stirling to Hampden Park with his friend Billy Bremner to watch a very famous European Cup Final between Eintra…
 
John, Andy & Gordo review last weeks results & give their football betting suggestions for this weekends Bankers, Values & Outsiders. They also discuss their charity treble picks. This weeks picks come from the following matches: Macarthur v Melbourne City (Australian A-League) Yokohama F. Marinos v Yokohama FC (Japanese J1 League) Metz v PSG (Fren…
 
This week on the Courier Talking Football podcast, Eric Nicolson, Jim Spence and Sean Hamilton discuss Dundee United and St Johnstone's Scottish Cup quarter final hopes, Dundee's chances of clinching that all-important second place in the Championship and Brechin City's call for the pyramid play-off to be scrapped.…
 
What a week it's been for football... and it's only Wednesday. The sport has been rocked by the European Super League announcement and the swift u-turn by some of the clubs involved. Oh, and there's also the small matter of Champions League reform! What does it mean for Scotland's football clubs? Should fans care? Niall, Stefan and Andrew discuss e…
 
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