Authors Chris McQueer and David Ross join Adam to discuss Rangers v Celtic, the European Super League and supporter stereotypes, as well as providing insights into their writing. Chris talks letting Rudi Vata down in a charity match and pitches a short story involving Shane Duffy, while David reflects on some classic football books and recalls being elbowed by Sir Kenny Dalglish. Adam breaks down a John Kennedy 'war of words' in Scottish Football Myths Debunked and uncovers some unlikely Eddie Howe interest in Moment of the Week, and his guests take part in a football quotes quiz before fielding questions from Twitter. Follow Old Firm Facts on Twitter: twitter.com/Oldfirmfacts1 For more information about this podcast, visit: www.thebiglight.com/oldfirmfacts
Republic of Ireland international Shane Duffy discusses his Everton grounding, recovering from a life-threatening injury, and his relationship with "great man and great captain" Seamus Coleman in the latest episode of Bred A Blue.
Tony and Thom talk Jim Goodwin tactical flexibility and squad depth alongside another Celtic bashing. Hibs return to winning ways while Mickey Mellon continues to shoehorn Marc McNulty in somewhere. They also cover Alex Dyer's last dance while St Johnstone may have found their ultimate front three. And will the arrival of new strikers mean goals for Aberdeen?See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What The Falk HTW? | Shane Duffy, Macedonian legends and why you should never kick a snowman
What The Falk Podcast
It was a full house this week, as Scott, Ian, Jack and Connor joined Graham to chat, what can only be described as, semi-serious verging on 'oh my God is it still lockdown, for falk sake' patter. It's a good 'un. Enjoyed the episode? Follow us at @WhatTheFalkPod, or like and subscribe via your favourite podcast app. • Why Shane Duffy is the worst centre half in the history of the Scottish Premiership.• Scott has been online keyboard fighting with two Motherwell captains.• Never kick the head off a snowman or you will get bad karma.• Ian hates Rich Energy?• Steve Evans is not cool, and defenders should not wear number 10 - ever, Bevis Mugabe is a record breaker and Ross Stewart's Daw is dead sound. #ShaneDuffy #NeverKickASnowman #Macedonia
Hello there folks and welcome back to The Armchair Pundits with Lester Lindsay and Hammy Hamilton. In this weeks show we talk about all the big talking points from another mental week of Scottish soccerball. From Peter Lawwell announcing his intended retirement at the end of the season to the sad death of Celtic hero and probably the best Slovak manager of all time- Dr Jo Venglos. We also speak about somewhat of the very little transfer business the Scottish game has relished over the past week to keep you informed. Also, you didn't think that we would go a week without talking about Davy Martindale, did you? Well, of course the fit and proper man is in there as well. Oh, and thats right he's took the Livi Lions into their first Hampden final since 2004, which they won. Just because their manager is a hero though, take nothing away from St Johnstone who have made a huge statement in the Semi against Hibs, beating them 3 goals to Nil. Then, St Mirren. We did say all the big talking points from the week would be discussed and so our team of the week St Mirren have been on fire. Their midweek result at Dundee United was surprising but you can say it was less of a surprise when Ilkay Durmus was up against big Shane Duffy at the weekend. Can Lester get more than a 6 on the quarantine questions this week? Last up its the ever present: EPIC-demic Exam. Good "Ebening" and "Weclome" to The Armchair Pundits...
Episode 1 - Shane Duffy and Ireland's troubles up top with Enda Coll
The Home End
For the first episode of The Home End, we are joined by Off The Ball and Team 33's Enda Coll to discuss Shane Duffy's Celtic struggles, Ireland's options up front and some of the most underrated Boys in Green of the last decade.
FFW - GW15 “A goal down and he brings on Shane Duffy” + GW16 Preview
Fantasy Fitbaw Weekly
We took last week off from podcasting so apologies if you’ve been waiting for an episode and didn’t see the twitter. We’re back now though for our GW16 preview and a look back on the past 10 days in Scottish football. A bit Celtic heavy this week but I think John had a few things that he needed to get off his chest. Follow us on Twitter @FitbawWeeklyPod (https://twitter.com/FitbawWeeklyPod) ***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** The music on this episode is Welcome to the Show by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4614-welcome-to-the-show License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Gunnar has teamed up with Peter @FantasyHalf (https://twitter.com/FantasyHalf) and Tom @FFS_Scout (https://twitter.com/FFS_Scout) to bring you even more FFScotland & FPL chat. Check out the Half Hour Fantasy Podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods!