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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!
 
If you love and cherish old English nursery rhymes and have fond memories of your early childhood years, Our Old Nursery Rhymes by Alfred Moffat published in 1911 is indeed the little book for you! Or as a parent, if you'd like your own children to share the magic, this book provides them all. One of the most appealing aspects of this charming book is that the rhymes are all set to music and if you're musically inclined, you can certainly keep yourself and your children entertained by playin ...
 
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In this episode Andy speaks to journalist and author Michael McEwan about his latest book "The Ghosts of Cathkin Park" which takes a look at the history and sad demise of one of Scotland's oldest professional clubs. Listeners of the book can take advantage of 20% off the book when buying directly from Birlinn by entering the discount code "CATHKIN2…
 
In this week's episode Andy and Jim take a look back at the Scotland national team in the 1960s and early 1970s. While Scotland did have success in the Home International Championships of 1962 and 1963 with two memorable wins over England at Hampden and Wembley, qualifying for World Cups and European Championships was much harder. Andy and Jim star…
 
In this week's episode Andy speaks with John Smith and Lindsay Hamilton ahead of Sunday's massive clash between Rangers and Celtic at Ibrox.John is a Rangers fan and works as a tour guide at both Ibrox Stadium and the Scottish Football Museum and Hampden Park; and Lindsay is a regular contributor to this podcast and the founder of the excellent Gla…
 
In this week's episode Andy and Jim put a German slant on things by looking back at a memorable night at Muirton Park in 1971 as St. Johnstone took on the mighty Hamburger S.V. and also pay tribute to Gerd Muller by examining his Scottish connections. The Scottish Football Citizen is brought to you by Football Memories Scotland and Alzheimer Scotla…
 
In this episode Andy and Lindsay travel to Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh to interview members of the cast and crew of the This Is My Story production Sweet F.A. - a show that forms part of 2021’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Set between 1915-1921, the show tells the story of a group of women who form a works team at a factory and soon find themselves pl…
 
In this episode we delve into the archives of the Scottish Football Museum to bring you an interview with Gordon Wallace from 1999. In this Gordon talks about his upbringing, being rejected by Dundee as a youth player and going on to work his way up through the leagues with Montrose and Raith Rovers. Dundee then welcomed Gordon back where he scored…
 
With the Scottish leagues kicking off this weekend there are some mouth-watering ties to get football fans across the country excited - but the biggest fixture of matchday one comes on Monday night as Ayr United travel to Rugby Park to face their old rivals Kilmarnock under the floodlights. With the teams meeting in the league for the first time in…
 
In this episode Andy takes a look back at his memories of Scotland and Hampden's involvement in Euro 2020, from qualifying against Serbia on penalties in the Nations League Playoffs to Scotland's three games in the tournament and Hampden's round of 16 game between Sweden and Ukraine. Regardless of how Scotland performed, Euro 2020 is unlikely to be…
 
In terms of derbies within Scottish football, the "north-south" Lanarkshire derby is one of the fiercest rivalries in the country. When Airdrieonians and Motherwell have met in the past, the clashes have been memorable - but since the turn of the century the two clubs have rarely crossed each other's path. Now with both teams set to meet in the Sco…
 
In this episode we delve into the Scottish Football Museum's archive to bring you an interview with former Scotland player Rhonda Jones. Rhonda started off her career at Motherwell Rovers before moving on to Ayr United before going to the USA to play for Florida Atlantic Owls. She then went on to play for Hibernian, Doncaster Rovers Belles, Celtic,…
 
In this week's episode Andy sits down with former Scotland manager Craig Brown to discuss his experiences managing the country as Scotland prepare to travel to Wembley for a huge game against England. Craig knows all about this particular fixture, having led Scotland out twice in the three lions' den, and as always his stories are well worth a list…
 
In this week's episode Andy, Jim and Lindsay revisit the Scotland's time at the 1996 European Championship tournament as the Tartan Army went south to clash with the Netherlands, England and Switzerland. Would Scotland break the curse of never having got out of a group stage of a tournament before, or would it be another case study in glorious fail…
 
In this episode we delve into the Scottish Football Museum's archive to bring you an interview that our curator Richard McBrearty did with former Montrose FC chairman and president Willie Johnston. Willie talked with Richard about his involvement with the club, his favourite memories supporting the Mighty Mo and how he managed to juggle his newsage…
 
Ahead of the release of the film "Sir Alex Ferguson: Never Give In" we conclude our four-part series on the greatest manager of all time by looking at his time at Aberdeen FC.Andy, Lindsay, Jim and Dons fan Alan Johnstone take a look back at Fergie's time in the Granite City that turned him from a promising young manager into the man who took on th…
 
In part two of a special two-part episode ahead of the 2021 Scottish Cup Final Andy speaks to Gary West, a St. Johnstone fan, about his memories of the 2014 cup final; and to Kerry Ann Dougan, a Hibernian fan, about her memories of the 2016 cup final. The Scottish Football Citizen is brought to you by Football Memories Scotland and Alzheimer Scotla…
 
In part one of a special two-part episode ahead of the 2021 Scottish Cup Final Andy, Jim and Lindsay take a look back at the 2014 final where St. Johnstone beat local rivals Dundee United to win their first ever major honour in the game, and then the 2016 final where Hibernian overcame a 114-year hoodoo by beating Rangers. The Scottish Football Cit…
 
This week's podcast continues our four-part series about the career of Sir Alex Ferguson in Scotland before he made the move south to Manchester United. Having arrived at St. Mirren after only a few short months at East Stirlingshire, the young manager finds himself inheriting a stadium needing more than the odd lick of paint and a playing squad th…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Ahead of the release of "Never Give In", the new film about the life of Sir Alex Ferguson, we bring you the first episode of a four-part series about Fergie's time in Scotland before he departed for Manchester United. Andy, Lindsay and Jim look at Sir Alex's Govan upbringing, starting out at Queen's Park as an amateur, breaking into the St. Johnsto…
 
In this week's episode Andy, Lindsay and Jim take a look back at the life of an unforgettable character in Scottish Football, Ally MacLeod. From his humble beginnings in the south side of Glasgow to his rise of Ayr, success at Aberdeen and anticipation of Argentina, things were never dull when Ally MacLeod was around. The Scottish Football Citizen …
 
In this episode Andy, Lindsay and Jim mark the return of the third round of the Scottish Cup. Andy and Jim look ahead to a Tayside Derby at Dens Park by going back to a famous fixture between St. Johnstone and Dundee at Muirton Park in 1962, before Andy and Lindsay go back to 1967 to revisit the mother of all cup upsets. The Scottish Football Citiz…
 
In this episode Andy, Jim and Lindsay take a look at the life of Peter Lorimer. Signing for Leeds United at the age of 15, the boy from Dundee with dynamite in his boots became the Elland Road club's youngest ever debutant and went on to become their record goalscorer in his two spells there. Lorimer also played in all three of Scotland's 1974 Worl…
 
Maurice Ross is the latest guest on the Scottish Football Coaching Podcast. This episode takes on a slightly different format and tone in this latest Coaching Journey edition, exploring coaching philosophies in depth with the former Rangers defender. Host Lewis Irons and Scottish FA Head of Coach Education and Development Greig Paterson discuss the…
 
In part two of our series about Scotland at the World Cup Andy, Lindsay and Jim take a look at the 1958 tournament in Sweden. This World Cup was the only one to date where all four home nations managed to qualify for the tournament, and we look at how Scotland qualified and got on in their games.Glorious failure: it wouldn't be like us, would it? T…
 
This week, Andy speaks to our regular contributor Jim Orr about some of his football memories. Having grown up playing football in the streets of Glasgow, Jim has coached youth football for over 20 years and written three plays about football: Bend It Like Baxter, Bend It Like Brattbakk and Bend It Like Bobby. We also take a look back at the career…
 
This roundtable discussion focuses on all things relevant to the grassroots game, with particular emphasis on how meaningful and vital this level of the sport is. All three guests offer a unique perspective on the importance of the grassroots game through their work, but also through their roles as football parents – witnessing the sport through fr…
 
To mark the sad passing of Ian St John, Andy, Jim and Lindsay take a look back at the life of a gentleman of the Scottish game who excelled in Bill Shankly's first great Liverpool team of the 1960s. A league and cup winner in his time at Anfield, the Saint moved to Liverpool from his boyhood team of Motherwell. He gained huge popularity after retir…
 
Livingston defender Nicky Devlin is the latest guest on the Scottish Football Coaching Podcast. Ahead of his trip to Hampden on Sunday for the League Cup final showdown against St Johnstone, Nicky looks back on his career to date and discusses the coaches who have helped shape him personally and professionally. Host Lewis Irons and Head of Coach Ed…
 
Ahead of this weekend's Betfred Cup clash between Livingston & St. Johnstone, Andy, Jim and new contributor Lindsay Hamilton take a look back at the 1994 Scottish League Cup Final where the giants of Celtic came up against Raith Rovers in one of the most memorable finals ever played.With Celtic going through a trophy drought and Raith finding their…
 
In this week's episode Andy, Robert and Jim take a look back at Scottish football's "Hollywood Moment" by revisiting the film "A Shot At Glory" which starred Academy Award winner Robert Duvall, Michael Keaton and... Ally McCoist!We look at how the film came to be made and speak to people who were involved in making the film to share their experienc…
 
Montrose Chairman John Crawford and Montrose Community Trust Chief Executive Peter Davidson joined Michael and Chris on the Scottish Football Marketing Podcast for a chat about life at Links Park and all the great work the club do. Topics covered include Montrose's role in the community, fundraising, the impact of COVID-19 and future hopes for the …
 
In this episode Andy Kerr speaks with former STV journalist and reporter Mike Edwards as we pass the 21st anniversary of Mike's beloved Inverness Caledonian Thistle pulling off a famous shock in the Scottish Cup by beating Celtic 3-1 in Glasgow.You may recognise Mike from his television work in a career of 26 years in front of the camera. Mike is a…
 
In this episode Robert Harvey interviews our regular host Andy Kerr to hear some of his football memories, ranging from being at Ibrox to witness Kilmarnock's Scottish Cup win in 1997 to taking to sneaking onto the hallowed Hampden pitch - something that couldn't happen now! We also have our weekly piece of trivia for you. The Scottish Football Cit…
 
The Scottish Football Marketing Podcast is back with a chat with Hearts Chief Executive Andrew McKinlay. Michael and Chris found out more about what goes on at the Edinburgh club, Andrew's approach to his role in his first six months and a look at what life could be like post-Covid.Door Scottish FA
 
Andy and Robert take a look back at Scotland’s first ever trip to a World Cup tournament in Switzerland. If you’re used to glorious failure when watching the national team, then be warned - this isn’t quite that. This was a tournament that could easily have featured in a Carry On film - just about everything that could go wrong did go wrong! The Sc…
 
The Scottish Football Coaching Podcast is back for 2021. In our latest episode, it's all about Scott McDonald, with the former Celtic and Motherwell forward joining his namesake - a 23-year-old C-Licence holder - to discuss their very different coaching experiences so far. Host Lewis Irons and Scottish FA Head of Coach Education and Development Gre…
 
In this episode Andy interviews our regular contributor Robert Harvey to hear some of his football memories, ranging from watching Celtic's European Cup win on TV to taking to the hallowed Hampden terraces for the first time as a Scotland fan.We also have a brief profile of a committed defender who came up against Scotland on 7 occasions and was a …
 
In this episode Andy looks back at the life of one of his historical heroes, Davie Sneddon. While Sneddon enjoyed spells playing at Dundee, Preston North End and Raith Rovers, it is at Kilmarnock that Sneddon is best-known as one of Willie Waddell's title winners of 1964/65. The Scottish Football Citizen is brought to you by Football Memories Scotl…
 
In this edition of The Scottish Football Citizen Andy Kerr and Robert Harvey pay tribute to the late Tommy Docherty by taking a look at his playing career, his life in management and the controversy that seemed to follow him wherever he went. No matter what happened, things were never dull when "The Doc" was around. The Scottish Football Citizen is…
 
In this edition of The Scottish Football Citizen Andy Kerr and Robert Harvey pay tribute to the late Jim McLean who revolutionised Dundee United during his 22 years as their manager, and made a mark on both the Scottish and European game in doing so. The Scottish Football Citizen is brought to you by Football Memories Scotland and Alzheimer Scotlan…
 
50 years on from the tragic events of the 1971 Ibrox Disaster in which 66 football fans lost their lives, Andy Kerr looks back on a black day for Scottish football and the legacy of the disaster which led to better safety legislation and safer stadiums for fans across the whole of Britain. Content warning: this episode contains descriptions of the …
 
In this new year's edition of The Scottish Football Citizen we take a trip back to Ne'erday 1973. Andy Kerr takes a trip to Tynecastle for the traditional new year derby match as Bobby Seith's Hearts take on Eddie Turnbull's swashbuckling Hibs. Robert Harvey then takes us over to Glasgow for another derby on the same day as he made his first-team d…
 
In this festive edition of The Scottish Football Citizen Andy Kerr looks back upon a long-forgotten part of Scottish football, Christmas Day fixtures. While the idea of playing a match on the 25th of December seems like a bizarre idea in the modern age, back in days gone by it was perfectly normal. We at the Scottish Football Citizen would like to …
 
In the first edition of The Scottish Football Citizen Andy Kerr, Robert Harvey and Jim Orr go back in time to relive the events of the 1956 Scottish Cup Final between Hearts and Celtic. Can Tommy Walker and his Terrible Trio of Willie Bauld, Alfie Conn and Jimmy Wardhaugh banish their 50-year Scottish Cup hoodoo against Jimmy McGrory's side of Celt…
 
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