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Terrace Scottish Football Podcast

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I can see it in my face

Monday's show partners Craig Fowler and Joel Sked to pick apart all six Ladbrokes Premiership games from the weekend. There's the wild finish at Easter Road as Hibs come within inches of ending the 'Invincibles', Partick Thistle forcing Kilmarnock into a change of shape and still managing to lose 5-1, Ross County's suffocating tactics at Ibrox, St Johnstone's unusually attacking line-up, Hearts doing about the same but managing to win, and learning absolutely nothing we didn't already know...

Duration: 01:15:24

Brainwashed Paddy Roberts

Craig F, Rob and Gary get together to discuss Celtic's loss to Anderlecht, Rangers' endless pursuit of Derek McInnes, Hamilton's double award win, and the Scottish Premiership Team of the Season (so far).

Duration: 01:14:25


Andy and Craigs Cairns and Anderson discuss the weekend Premiership action, including Rangers edging into second after another victory over Aberdeen, the melee at Tynecastle and EAMONN BROPHY netting the winner for Killie. Stick in.

Duration: 01:24:16

Shaughan's list of things that he won't watch

Thursday's show unites Craig F, Duncan and Shaughan as the trio delve into the Scottish lower leagues. Starting with the League Two title race, the guys talk interesting characters at Elgin, what Mark McGuigan's nickname should be, and whether Hearts will play a part in who wins the title. From there it's League One with Shaughan ranting about the Rovers and an appreciation for Ayr United's recent form. Then there's a quick look at the Championship midweek fixtures and Dumbarton's...

Duration: 01:33:17

Spanish Jon

Craig, Graeme and Andy run through the major incidents of Celtic's League Cup final victory over Motherwell before turning their attention to the weekend Premiership matches. Barry.

Duration: 02:21:22

A History of Violins

Craig F, Duncan and Gary get together a day earlier than usual to bring you a rather different podcast as the trio go through the 1974 German-production documentary The Big Clubs. Could the opening titles be any more stereotypical? Is there a more Rangers-minded man than Willie Waddell? What does Glasgow have to offer aside from football? Does Jock Stein taint his legacy against non-Old Firm fan with the usual guff? Who the hell is editing this thing? And which side of the Glasgow divide...

Duration: 01:21:41

Ruining Scottish Football

This week, a sleep-deprived Craig Cairns fumbles his way through the running order while being continuously rescued by Craig Anderson and Graeme Thewliss. They rounded up the weekend's action, including questioning how the hell Accies left Ibrox with a clean sheet, Motherwell's hex over Aberdeen and Hearts ruining the image of the game beyond disrepair. Sound.

Duration: 01:06:20

What makes a cult hero?

Craig F and Joel team up to discuss Scotland's interest in Michael O'Neill and why some fans are going off on the idea. Then they move to discussing some of the top flight's most improved players over this season so far, before scanning through the Daily Record's Cult Heroes list. Before they finish they look forward to which stories await us after the weekend's football.

Duration: 01:35:43

30 Scottish Premiership player-swap deals

Gary, Rob and Craig F get together to cover our yearly feature looking at player-swap deals in the Ladbrokes Premiership. Before Rob loses his shit at Craig for trading away Hearts players for 10p in the pound, among other transgressions, there's chat about the Irn-Bru Cup quarter-finals and the possibility of the Scottish FA moving to Murrayfield.

Duration: 02:45:40

Why is Scottish football so funny?

Craig F, Joel and Shaughan begin by discussing Csaba Laszlo's return to Scottish football with Dundee United. From there the trio look at the Championship title race as a whole and whether Falkirk have improved as a team under Paul Hartley. The guys then finish by looking at the comedic factor in Scottish football and reason why it is so damn funny.

Duration: 02:48:12

Dick flick

Craig F, Craig C and Robert get together to chat about the weekend's football. The trio discuss Ross Draper showing his worth in Ross County's win over Motherwell, Cedric Kipre's brainfart tendencies, Accies' continued success against Aberdeen, Greg Stewart's frank admission, the centre-back/winger who won Hibs the game on Saturday, Neil McCann's constant fury, Thistle's poor defensive showing at Ibrox, an easier and yet crucial period for Killie coming up, and Scott Brown's Player of the...

Duration: 01:21:46

The best and worst Scottish football awaydays

Duncan and Craig F look back at the midweek action, with Celtic showing an improved performance against Bayern Munich and Hibs continuing their form against Kilmarnock. The pair then move on to a pair of features. First is a look at the increasing trend of managers being sacked, especially in League Two. Then they look at the best awaydays in Scottish football.

Duration: 01:10:51

An especially staunch half

Craig F and Joel look back at the weekend's Scottish Premiership action, including the triumphant return of King Kenny, saviour of Rangers hopes of probably finishing third. There's also talk of useless Hearts, Dundee's defensive woes, concerns over Stevie May, the change in approach for Thistle, Hibs keeping their momentum going, and rotation stalling the champions.

Duration: 01:20:10

David Obua: Rangers boss

Craig and Joel, minus a dejected Rob, discuss Thursday's big news, which was the sacking of Pedro Caixinha. From there the duo look back at the Portuguese head coach's last minute, before moving on to the, urgh, Edinburgh derby victory for Hibs. Having taken up over 40 minutes by this point, they then race through the rest of the midweek fixtures in the top flight.

Duration: 01:32:35

Kevin Clancy's worried face

Craig F, Joel and Gary look back on the weekend's football, including the completely unsurprising result in Sunday's Betfred Cup semi-final, Celtic's second-gear four-goal performance, Hibs' change in tactics, how Dundee managed to dominate and lose at Firhill, Hamilton's dreadful defence, and the worst game of the season so far.

Duration: 01:33:45

Shaughan's Plenty of Fish

Craig F is joined by Shaughan and CGT for some red hot lower league banter. The trio discuss Dundee United's shaky start to the season, Livingston's rise up the Championship table, Brechin's bid to create the wrong sort of history, Raith Rovers' shaky five-point lead atop League One, Airdrieonians knackering coupons, the standard of League Two, inappropriate metaphors and the latest edition of BODY ALL TROLLS.

Duration: 01:44:00

Limitless Peter Hartley

Craig Anderson and Robert Borthwick join Craig Cairns to round up another belting weekend of Premiership action, including Carlos Pena's bathing habits, Kris Boyd channeling Steven MacLean and Brendan Rodgers' fixture grumbles. Sound.

Duration: 01:16:05

Putting Racism Aside...

Craig F, Joel and Duncan discuss the sacking of Gordon Strachan: if it was a surprise in the end, whether the national boss had any say in his exit, and who the next manager will be (please not Malky). The trio then have a closer look at Strachan's genetics excuse, and try to predict the Scotland squad at the beginning of the next qualification campaign.

Duration: 01:12:42

World's Biggest James Forrest Fan

Craig Cairns is joined by Andy Harrow and Graeme Thewliss to talk through yet another near miss for Scotland. Did Strachan's stubbornness affect his team selection and substitutions? How did we conceded so much possession? And the maturing of Leigh Griffiths. You bet.

Duration: 01:02:18

How Long?

Craig and Gary dissect Scotland's nerve-wracking victory over Slovakia to keep our World Cup hopes alive. Despite the result, should McGregor have played? Did Slovakia psyche themselves out? And were we lucky, or lucky after being very unlucky? The pair also talk about our chances in Slovenia, possible play-off opponents, and which artists should have sung our official songs had we made it to any of the previous NINE tournaments.

Duration: 01:03:37

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