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Horses for Courses

Graeme, Andy and Craig A do a deep dive on Scotland's performance against Albania on Saturday. Discussing Scotland's goals, a healthy amount praise for Steven Fletcher, Ryan Fraser and James Forrest, before giving their thoughts on Israel's defeat of Guatemala and Scotland's chances. The boys then pick their 23 man squad that will win euro 2020 and have a run through lower league winners and losers.


Best moments of the season so far (part two)

Craig F, Shaughan and Joel join forces again to go through the best moments of the season, as they run through Scottish football's weird and wonderful from the middle of August through to October. They then extend the podcast to the start of November on the Patreon. Subscribe at patreon.com/terracepodcast to listen.


Pascali's Bicycle

Graeme, Thom and Craig take on illness head first by moaning about it. There's been six Premiership matches over the weekend and you'd better believe the boys will be talking about it. Graeme relives the horrors of Sunday before praising sexy St Johnstone, we discuss the happiest man in Ayrshire and whether anyone is happy with the Dundee result. The boys round off the show with some love for Aberdeen's back four, and a defence of tackling as a performance art as Livingston took on Celtic.


It's only been one round of fixtures, but...

Craig F is joined by Joel and Rob. The trio begin by going through some things that are "good" for the nation in the same way that Steven Fletcher's return to the national team is "good" for the nation. They then each get out their crystal ball and make predictions for the rest of the season based on the first round of fixtures. The show then finishes with a top 5 of their favourite managers currently in the SPFL.


Do the Livi thing

Graeme is joined by Thom Watt and Andy Harrow as they do what is our custom and review the weekend's action. Hearts lose in Glasgow, Box Office Boyd, Samson's last stand (featuring sympathy for the Buddies), a resurgent Sexy St Johnstone, Liam Grimshaw's mazey runs and a 90 degree Steven Boyd.


Make the red card count

Craig F is joined by Duncan and Graeme to discuss the midweek action in the Ladbrokes Premiership, including Motherwell picking themselves up, the many problems with St Mirren, Gary's glorious Dundee rant, the end of Sexy St Johnstone, Accies fans being at the end of their tether with Martin Canning, Stevie Clarke continuing to own the Old Firm, and the 'Two Teams Play a Shit Game of Football Derby'.


Talentless is a bit harsh but...

After all the build-up the Betfred Cup semi-finals didn't quite live up to expectation but that didn't stop Craig A, Rob and Craig C from dissecting them before moving on to the two Premiership matches from the weekend.


New manager splat

Gary, Craig F and Shaughan begin by breaking down the many, many problems with Dundee at the moment. Craig then sums up the nonsensical nature of fandom by dreaming of a Tynecastle title push. From there they move to a deep dive of Dunfermline's recent struggles and the mounting pressure on Allan Johnston, before finishing with a rundown of the latest happenings in the managerial merry-go-round.


Everyday It Starts - Anxiety

Thom, Craig Anderson and Craig Cairns run through the weekend Premiership action. Keep it real.


That's the f***ing left-back!

Joel is joined by Shaughan McGuigan and Craig G Telfer for a delve into the lower leagues and it's a special. Once the Irn-Bru Cup formalities are out of the way the trio go three the Championship, League One and League Two. There is the blessed curse of the seagull in Ayr, the shambles at Falkirk, an ode to Dick Campbell, a renaissance at Brechin, Edinburgh City's award for team of the quarter and differentiating between the levels of bobbins at the bottom of League Two. And much...


Songs in Triple Time

Craig Anderson and Thom Watt talked through another Scotland defeat and suggested yet more solutions to the general problem of us not winning football matches very often. We then carry out some inductions into our very own Scottish Football Hall of Fame, including the surprise additions of David McNamee and Scott Severin. We round things off with a brief discussion of Gary Caldwell’s appointment at Partick Thistle.


Darren 'Mugshot' Fletcher

Craig, Joel and Rob get together a day late because FUCKING SCOTLAND. The trio discuss Thursday night's game, but not before running through the things they'd rather have been doing instead. After all that they discuss Alex McLeish's future and what the starting XI should be going forward (and why they'd make terrible managers).


Those Damned Grass Pitches

Rob, Craig A and Craig C go over the weekend Premiership matches, including poppadom wrists, dodgy defending and shitey social media accounts. Right on.


Laszlo's in the tombola!

Craig Cairns makes the journey to Edinburgh to join Joel Sked and Shaughan McGuigan for a lower league bonanza. The trio start by discussing the departure of Csaba Laszlo from Dundee United and his rein ill-fated at Tannadice. They jump into League One with glee as Shaughan rejoices over the return of fashionista John McGlynn at Raith Rovers and how the title race his shaping up with Arbroath and a surprise third entrant in East Fife. The trio finish in League One with early pacesetters...


Do you like Scissor Sisters?

CGT hosts on a Monday (say what?!) as Craig F returns alongside Joel Sked as the trio look back on the weekend's action in the Ladbrokes Premiership, including Livingston deservedly beating Rangers, Hearts playing football, Motherwell's sloppy defensive, Hibs' bright prospects and Dundee's long-awaited victory.


Why are you so s**t?

Joel is joined by Duncan and Gary to talk through the Betfred Cup action as there was a return to winning ways for league leaders Heart of Midlothian, Celtic's narrow win over St Johnstone, Rangers routine passage to the last four and how bad Aberdeen were despite defeating Hibs on penalties. And, of course, the decision by the SPFL to host both semi-finals at Hampden Park. On the same day. A move welcomed by The Terrace. They finished by talking Dundee and Elgin. The treble is on...


The Damned Buddies

Graeme takes Andy Harrow and Thom Watt through the weekend's action, where Killie bodied Celtic, Rangers dominated St Johnstone and Dundee failed to remember what a winger is. The trio also discuss how good Hamilton were, and whether the damage Alan Stubbs did to St Mitten can be repaired. Finally, they pay sufficient service to Motherwell, Aberdeen, (league leaders) Hearts and Livingston. Rock on!


A Recipe for Success!

Sacré Bleu! In a remarkable turn of events, once again, Graeme is joined by Andy Harrow and Craig Anderson for a Thursday evening Patter Pod from Glasgow's leafy west end. The boys have a couple of features to get through, and start by naming a team of managers capable of challenging Hearts for the Premiership title, before heading onto a new bit! The boys have taken one team each and will be chronicling some late nineties and early noughties daftness, as they discuss some wreckless...


The Terrace Podcast Hearts Bandwagon

It's Monday's show... On a Tuesday! Graeme, Andy Harrow and Craig Anderson talk their way through the weekend's action. The boys discuss Hibs' selection dilemmas, how Kilmarnock never know they're beat (until they are), Livi's push for Europe, Motherwell's fine margins, Hearts' march to the title, how Coulibaly is the real deal for Rangers and how Sexy St Johnstone are super fun.


Jabronis to Smokies

A lower league bonanza as Joel leads Shaughan, Craig G Telfer and the returning Danny Denholm through a forensic delve into the fag end of Scottish football. There is a discussion about the Raith Rovers, Queen's Park and Stephen Dobbie from the recent Irn-Bru Cup games before the boys delve into the problems at Falkirk, Arbroath's chances in League 1 and the surprising struggles at Dumbarton. There is, of course, enough time for a bit of *repeat after me* B-A-T! B-A-T! B-A-T! B-A-T! B-A-T!