The Terrace Scottish Football Podcast

The Terrace Scottish Football Podcast

By Terrace Podcast

Long running, twice-weekly Scottish football podcast which prides itself on covering the fortunes and misadventures of teams throughout the SPFL. With content and an attitude you won't find anywhere else, The Terrace is sometimes analytical, sometimes funny, mostly informal and always has a passion for the Scottish game.

Episodes

Interview: The role of the sporting director – Hibernian’s Graeme Mathie (pt.2)

In the second part our chat with Hibs sporting director Graeme Mathie, Academy football and the development of youngsters are discussed.Graeme provides fascinating insight into a range of different ideas and topics, from the reluctance of boys' clubs allowing players to train with teams, early specialisation, Academy structure, free play, the importance of responsibility, setbacks and much more.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/06/2046m 47s

We've seen this rodeo before

Thom and Duncan discuss all the big news from the weekend including a new season start date, millionaires wanting to splash cash and departures from Celtic, Motherwell and Hearts. Then they move onto cover the latest in our Scotland's Most Memorable Matches series.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/06/2046m 10s

To View From The Lockdown (episode 6)

Craig G Telfer is joined by Gary Cocker, Tony Anderson and Shaughan McGuigan to discuss the latest things that have grabbed their attention during lockdown, including the language we use on social media, Ghostbusters 2, James Acaster's book, an Albion Rovers picture Twitter account and shoddy sound effects in Jurassic Park.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/05/201h 30m

PATREON PREVIEW: Worst Hibs moments of the 2000s

This is a short segment from a two-part Patreon podcast recorded by Tony, Duncan and Chris Finn, looking back at their 10 worst Hibs moments of the 2000s before coming up with a definitive top five.To listen to the full podcast, subscribe to our Patreon page at www.patreon.com/terracepodcast.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/05/208m 58s

Interview: The role of the sporting director - Hibernian's Graeme Mathie (pt.1)

Joel sits down with Hibs' first ever sporting director Graeme Mathie to talk about the role of the sporting director. It is one which has been, and in some circles still is, treated with suspicion in the UK.Graeme explains how he views his role at Easter Road and what it involves. He talks through the areas the club targeted when appointing Jack Ross to replace Paul Heckingbottom before providing insight on the recruitment process. There is details on data and Ryan Porteous, plus the balance provided by online and traditional scouting.He finishes on the current coronavirus climate and the challenges it will present in the transfer market.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/05/2032m 3s

Scottish Premiership Team of the Season

Craig Anderson and Graeme discuss their picks for the Scottish Premiership Team of the Season, before making their own Terrace team, where there's a limit of one player to each club.Be sure to head over to patreon.com/terracepodcast for hours of bonus content available from as little as $2 per month.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/05/2058m 42s

To View From The Lockdown (episode 5)

It's time for another Terrace pop-culture extravaganza as Craig Telfer is joined by Andy, Rob and Thom to talk Football Manager, Mark Lanegan, the joy of cooking and the misery of Joker before taking a deep dive into one of the most ludicrous movies of the last 50 years.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/05/201h 21m

The 12 best managers in the SPFL right now

Fowler and Joel are back with another top 12. With the regular series completed with the top 12 strikers in the top flight, the duo have decided to branch out, seeing as the season is finished but we're all still in lockdown. This episode takes a look at the managers from all four divisions and seeks to rank them based on ability.For even more Terrace Podcast content, make sure to head over to patreon.com/terracepodcast, where you'll find hours of bonus material.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/05/2056m 55s

#corrupt

Craig Anderson, Thom Watt and Craig Cairns avoid the Zoom problems that everyone else seems to be having to talk about the Scottish Premiership being called, what's next for the game and the latest in our list of most memorable Scotland matches.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/05/2048m 34s

To View From The Lockdown (episode 4)

Telfer is this week joined by Fowler, Rob and Graeme to shine a light on their latest pop culture interests.There's recommendation for food shows, Call of Duty, Argentinian movies and classic novels, among other things, while the foursome also stick the boot into unimaginative creators, a flagging sketch show and one terrible movie sequel.A hefty portion of the show is also dedicated to dissecting the Denzil Washington 2012 movie Flight.If you'd like to hear bonus, exclusive content, head over to patreon.com/terracepodcast where there are hours upon hours of other shows.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/05/201h 32m

Interview: Life of a modern day agent - Bradley Halsman

Joel sat down with Bradley Halsman, director at InMotion Sports Agency, to talk about life as an agent.Bradley previously played for Aberdeen, Motherwell and Partick Thistle. Following his release from the Jags he started up an analysis business as well as 1-2-1 Sports Coaching, the largest provider of individual football coaching in Scotland.Joel asks him about his progression from professional footballer into business and then the transition into becoming an agent. Bradley provides insight into how transfers work, contracts are negotiated, clients are brought on board and the work agents do for players behind the scenes.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/05/201h 9m

Statements and six midfielders

Craig A and Duncan discuss the SPFL EGM, statements, dossiers and governance. They double down on their joy by covering the latest in our Scotland's memorable matches series with the infamous 4-6-0 game against the Czech Republic.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/05/2044m 3s

To View From The Lockdown (episode 3)

Craig G Telfer is joined by Tony, Craig Anderson and Craig Cairns for a bumper episode of To View From The Lockdown. If you make it through the opening discussion on Square Enix's Final Fantasy 7 remake, there’s chat about music, reality TV, a documentary, the 2011 stylish crime drama Drive and a 25-minute evisceration of Ricky Gervais.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/05/201h 33m

The top 12 strikers in the Scottish Premiership right now

Craig and Joel complete the top 12 series with the leading frontmen in the Scottish top flight. Although, a word of warning, the list is cut short *just* before the end due to technological problems - though you're not missing any massive surprises.To listen to more quality content from The Terrace Podcast boys, subscribe to patreon.com/terracepodcast.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/05/2042m 12s

Goodbye Tommy Wright

Craig Fowler dials up Jamie Beatson, editor of WeArePerth.co.uk, to get the thoughts of a St Johnstone fan on Tommy Wright's shock exit from McDiarmid Park.To get access to more content, including a podcast discussing the next five managers who would be most likely to leave their jobs, head over to patreon.com/terracepodcast.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/05/2032m 20s

To View From The Lockdown (episode 2)

Telfer is this week joined by Joel, Shaughan and Gary to go through the latest pop culture recommendations for you all to keep yourself sane during this insane period.One further recommendation is that you check out patreon.com/terracepodcast for hours and hours of bonus content.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/05/201h 17m

The top 12 wingers in the Scottish Premiership right now

Joel and Fowler are back again to argue about attacking wide players as they, for a change, don't largely agree on the make-up of their elite dozen.To listen to more podcasts from the guys, be sure to check out patreon.com/terracepodcast for exclusive bonus content.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/04/201h 2m

I always wanted you to go into space, man

Shaughan, Craig Anderson and Craig Cairns talk through the latest developments, number 38 in our 50 most memorable Scotland matches and look back on the Terrace early season predictions.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/04/2045m 3s

To View From The Lockdown

Craig Telfer leads a foursome of A View From The Terrace contributors in Craig Fowler (panelist), Andy Harrow (former researcher) and Duncan McKay (VT superstar) for a podcast based on the critically acclaimed TV show - but with a certain twist. Namely, they're not talking about football.Instead the guys get stuck into pop culture during the lockdown, including Tiger King, Michael Jordan's documentary, rubbish Netflix horror films and underappreciated actors.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/04/201h 3m

Reconstruct the closed doors

Joel is joined by Fowler to discuss Nicola Sturgeon's comments about mass gatherings, which may have a huge impact on Scottish football's return, before moving on to talk through the logistics of playing games behind closed doors and the prospect of league reconstruction.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/04/2056m 17s

Classic Match: The 2002 Scottish Cup final

With not much changing on the whole 'Scottish football v coronavirus v Scottish football' thing, Monday's podcast is a show originally intended to be recorded as a Patreon episode, where Craig Fowler and Craig Cairns look back and analyse the 2002 Scottish Cup final between Celtic and Rangers.You can find more Classic Match podcasts at patreon.com/terracepodcast.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/04/2050m 1s

Top 12 centre-midfielders in the Scottish Premiership right now

Joel and Fowler get together to go through the latest in their top 12 lists - and it's undoubtedly the hardest of them all. In the end they tell all the good points of about a million players to get to their diamond dozen. And there was more arguing on this one than any other top 12 this season.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/04/201h 1m

Re-re-sign: Picking the best deals of the 2007 transfer window

Fowler, Rob and Joel join forces for a brand new podcast series as they kick it off by selecting the 20 best signings from the 2007 transfer window.This podcast will typically appear on Patreon.com/terracepodcast. Sign up today for more content like this.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/04/201h 2m

Scottish Football: no one comes out of this looking good

Gary Cocker and Duncan McKay discuss the SPFL vote and the drama that has engulfed Scottish football.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/04/2045m 36s

The 12 best centre-backs in the Scottish Premiership right now

Fowler and Joel are back once again to run down the best players at one position in the Scottish top flight. This time it's a crowded field with several decent players missing out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/04/2052m 57s

The Terrace Podcast Quiz: Glasgow v Edinburgh

Craig Anderson leads the first Terrace Podcast quiz to appear on the flagship show, as he tests out the knowledge of Rob and Graeme as they go up against Fowler and Joel.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/04/2040m 36s

The Birthplace of Christopher Columbus

Graeme, Craig Anderson and Craig Cairns meet each other on the internet to talk about football and the lockdown, the next game in our list of memorable Scotland matches and a quick game of Do Me A Solid.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/04/2048m 36s

The best 12 full-backs in the Scottish Premiership

Fowler and Joel join up again to do a top 12 countdown. This time it's the full-backs who get the attention. And this week, we promise, they all still play in the Scottish Premiership.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/04/2048m 58s

Classic match re-watch: 2015 Scottish Cup final

We've released what would traditionally be a Patreon episode for everyone to enjoy!Craig Telfer and Shaughan, having re-watched the full 90 minutes, break down the 2015 Scottish Cup final between Falkirk and Inverness CT, where one stumble and professional foul set up a grandstand finish.To listen to more additional content, head over to patreon.com/terracepodcast.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/04/2040m 18s

Iwelumo-ception

Graeme and Craig A escape from the monotony of isolation to reminisce about past “glories" with the latest game from our Top 50 Scotland men’s matches of all time. That is followed by a feature where we decide what would happen if the SPFL signed 12 centrally allocated marquee players and managers to distribute around the clubs. Thank you once again to the good people at Zoom who made this happen.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/03/2053m 52s

12 best goalkeepers in Scottish Premiership right now

Fowler dials up Joel to talk through the best custodians in the top flight of Scottish football right now - or when football last existed.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/03/2047m 25s

8 titles and 2 titles, but not 10 titles

Fowler, Craig and Joel join up (remotely) to discuss their lives over the last week as the lockdown has kicked up a notch, before talking about the latest Scottish football news, including Aberdeen's statement and Stevie Naismith's wage cut.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/03/2035m 38s

Games We'd Like To See

Graeme, Andy and Craig Anderson join each other through the magic of the internet to talk about some matches from Scottish football they'd like to watch back.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/03/2022m 22s

An Anonymous Insider

Joel is joined by Craig Cairns, who for some reason has decided to mask his voice as if protecting his anonymity. Just a quick show to give our reaction to the last few days and to give an idea of what we'll do with the pod in the coming weeks.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/03/2029m 21s

St John... f***... St Mirren!

Joel and Tony join forces to look back at Hearts' pathetic performance as St Mirren deservedly won the relegation battle before going on to chat about the fatal four-way at the bottom of the Ladbrokes Premiership. Joel finishes by quizzing Tony on Hibs, Jack Ross and what next at Easter Road. There are tangents and waffles plenty!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/03/201h 13m

Callum Hendry: Braveheart

Graeme is joined by Craig Anderson and Thom Watt to chat through some Hotties and Notties and discuss the weekend's action. Aberdeen are back, Hibs are back and a smile from Scottish football's angriest man.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/03/2056m 10s

A Jamaican Pat Bonner

Tony, Fowler and debutant Derek Reid discuss the midweek football, including Oliver Bozanic being surprisingly good at football, Rangers bottling it in front of goal, Celtic being dicks to Livingston, the Steelmen picking themselves off the canvas, and why St Mirren fans continue to be angry.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/03/201h 3m

SHOW: The Fourth Best Weekend of the Season

Craig Anderson is joined by Thom Watt and Andy Harrow to review the Scottish Cup quarter-final weekend. They discuss Hearts as surprise packages and Rangers’ Jekyll and Hyde centre-backs, before moving on to Hibs’ attacking threat and Inverness doing a different type of attacking. They round things off by talking about Aberdeen’s strong defensive showing, an out-of-sorts St Mirren, Celtic’s indestructibility and a youthful St Johnstone.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/03/2047m 48s

Goodwillie and 10 other *****

Craig G Telfer and Joel look back at Rangers' success in Braga in what was a chaotic match but a deserved win before looking ahead to the Scottish Cup. The duo then delve into the murky lower league waters. Clyde, David Goodwillie and the others, Brechin's renaissance with two clean sheets and Stenny, of course. They then answer some listener questions.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/02/201h 11m

The play about Jim Spence

Gary, Fowler and Duncan get together to discuss the ruling which bans kids from heading the ball before getting on to the weekend's action, including Rangers continuing to shit the bed, the best version of Callum McGregor, Hibernian's non-resilient resilience, tired excuses at Pittodrie and a missed opportunity in Lanarkshire.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/02/2050m 8s

Interesting But Wildly Ill-informed

Andy Harrow, Craig Anderson and Craig Cairns get together to talk through what's hot and what's not, including a lengthy discussion on the James Keatings decision, before looking at the two Scottish Cup replays and Livi roaring back.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/02/2046m 39s

Interview Special: Shelley Kerr and Rachel Corsie

Graeme and Robert are joined by Scotland manager Shelley Kerr and Scotland captain Rachel Corsie to chat through Scottish women's football and the rise of the SWNT before deciding who is going to do them some solids.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/02/2024m 6s

The May-naissance

Graeme is joined by Andy and Craig Anderson to run through the things that are hot and not in the streets, before running through Motherwell's clean sheet, the return of Stevie May, the Stendel-show, and all the rest of the weekend's action.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/02/2048m 27s

On The Ball

With the debate over free period products back in the news, we decided to release this Patreon episode from a few months ago. Craig Anderson sat down with Erin and Orlaith from the On The Ball campaign – three Celtic fans who have been working since May 2018 to encourage football clubs to provide free period products at their grounds.For more information go to www.onthebaw.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/02/2038m 17s

The Wolf Brand

Joel, Gary and Tony get together to discuss the weekend's football, as Killie become the latest club to hammer Rangers' title chances, Zander Clark decides to... do something, Hearts do as expected at Parkhead, and Aberdeen finally score!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/02/2054m 37s

WIND

Graeme is joined by Craig Anderson and Craig Cairns to talk through a very wet and windy Scottish Cup football weekend.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/02/2052m 35s

Remeber Me?

Fowler welcomes in Rob and Shaughan to tackle 'The List'. All the weird and wonderful moments around Scottish football this season, including an exaggerated LinkedIn page, a cuckolded assistant manager, an offensive cookie and the weirdness of Danny Lennon.Subscribe via patreon.com/terracepodcast to listen to the rest of the show.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/02/2048m 17s

Dream Moves and Dodgy PIs

Graeme is joined by Thom and Craig Cairns for a round of Hotties & Notties and the weekend Premiership round-up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/02/2052m 42s

Ian Murray: Kirin Cup winner

Fowler, Duncan and Gary begin by looking at the players still on expiring contracts as we come to the end of the transfer window. Duncan then brings his popular Patreon quiz to the main show, before the trio finish things off by remembering Scotland's Kirin Cup triumph from 2006.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/01/2053m 12s

John Woo's White Pigeon

Robert, Andy and Craig Cairns kick off with a round of Hotties and Notties before delving into the weekend's Premiership action.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/01/2048m 35s

A CGI Adam Jackson

Tony and Duncan are joined by a returning Craig Fowler to talk through the midweek action, including Aberdeen stinking up their own stadium, a tale of two performances at Easter Road, Leigh Griffiths feuding with old Ayrshire men, Jermain Defoe proving his worth, another depressing Stevie May showing, and Hearts continuing to be shit.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/01/2055m 50s

Steve Clarke Interview Special

Graeme and Craig Anderson are joined by a very special guest, Scotland Manager Steve Clarke.Steve chats to the guys about the upcoming game, his coaching influences and Scotland's identity under his stewardship, he then rounds it off by Doing a few Solids.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/01/2014m 37s

Scottish Cup EXTRAVAGANZA

Graeme is joined by Thom and Craig Anderson to run through some quick hotties and notties before embarking on a Scottish Cup EXTRAVAGANZA as they give you hot takes to recycle around the water cooler on each and every Scottish Cup tie from the weekend, even Falkirk v Arbroath.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/01/201h 0m

Ray McKinnon's world of miracles and stats

Joel sits in silence as Shaughan and Craig G Telfer all things lower league. They begin by talking about the biggest piece of transfer news below the Scottish Premiership as Rory McAllister swaps Peterhead for Cove Rangers before moving on to talk about the relegation battle in the bottom league.Shaughan and Craig make their feelings known about a recent Ray McKinnon interview and his decision to take over at Queen's Park at what is a momentous period in the club's long history.The trio moved on to chat League One title race, described as the most exciting in world football by Mr McGuigan.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/01/2057m 6s

MORE INTER-CONFEDERATION PLAYOFFS!

Graeme is joined by Thom and Craig Anderson to work their way through a Monday show.The boys give up some hotties or notties, before discussing some of the best Scottish Footballing break-ups.The show is rounded off as the guys discuss number 42 on our list of memorable Scotland games; Scotland v Australia in a 2 legged inter-confederation play-off in 1985.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/01/2050m 15s

Stepping into a mole's shoes

Joel, Gary and Tony gather for the first show of 2020. There is chat about Montrose's mascot and Steven Gerrard's comments before getting into the latest transfer business that is happened.It is followed by transfer business which then needs to happen.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/01/201h 1m

Puddle of my own tears

Joel, Duncan and Tony gathered in the centre of Edinburgh to look back at the past three fixture cards in the Scottish Premiership to look at the winners and losers. There is discussion regarding the Old Firm game, Edinburgh derby, Livingston, Motherwell, Hamilton. All 12 clubs basically.We wish all our listeners a Happy New Year. Go get some.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/12/1959m 38s

A Very Terrace Podcast Christmas

Graeme is joined by Robert and Andy as they continue their Christmas tradition of drinking some cans and not talking about Scottish football, join us for a Very SPFL Christmas Calendar, A Very Terrace Podcast Secret Santa, a Very Festive Do Me A Solid and a Very Terrace Podcast Christmas Carol. No football is discussed.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/12/1944m 34s

The best Terrace Podcast... ever? (part 1)

Craig Telfer, Shaughan McGuigan and Craig Fowler talk through the best moments of the last decade in the Scottish lower leagues, including a fake Scotland call-up, the very best of the banter years, being embarrassed by McDonald's and the assailant still being at large.To listen to part 2, subscribe to patreon.com/terracepodcast  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/12/1959m 2s

Derek McInnes' ceiling mirror

Tony, Fowler and Joel look back on the weekend's football, including a six-goal thriller/defensive horrorshow in Paisley, the numerous, numerous problems with new-manager Hearts, professional wins from both halves of the Old Firm, Killie's upcoming rebuild, and Aberdeen continuing to be functional (i.e. boring).  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/12/191h 0m

A distraction from the horrible reality of a Tory government

Tony, Shaughan and Fowler talk the title race in League One, the two form teams in League Two, and the World Cup campaign where Scotland were *legitimate* contenders.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/12/1956m 55s

Moribund

Graeme is joined by Craig Anderson and Andy Harrow as the first trophy of the season has been decided (tune in to find out who!).The boys have a blast at some hotties or notties (Christmas is HOT IN THE STREETS) and run through the weekend's Premiership action, featuring St. Moribund.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/12/1955m 1s

WEAKENED

Joel Sked is on hosting duties - God help us - to oversee a delve into the lower leagues. He is joined by Craig G Telfer and Gary Cocker... Dundee were relegated, remember.The trio have a stab at Hotties or Notties before jumping down to League Two where they talk about Cove Rangers and the League Two title race. Chat moves on to Stenhousemuir - of course - and Brechin City, the latter are starting at the trapdoor.They then go up the divisions to discuss an ailing Partick Thistle before finishing with the coup de grace: Dundee.Rock on!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/12/191h 6m

Doidge, Duck, Dip, Dive, Doidge

Graeme is joined by Craig Anderson and Robert Borthwick as they discuss some HOTTIES and NOTTIES before they get stuck in to a weekend's worth of action across the Ladbrokes Premiership, and then laugh at Gary.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/12/1957m 1s

Racism, racism, racism... the end

Fowler, Tony and Rob get together to discuss hypothetical player swap deals in the Ladbrokes Premiership. The trio then move on to the next match in our countdown of the most memorable Scotland matches ever - including arrogant referees and restaurants with sex workers.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/11/1949m 3s

Kick his leg off!

Graeme is joined by Thom and Craig Anderson as they run through the weekend's action, visiting Kilmarnock thrashing Hearts in 15 minutes, Hibernian getting back on track against Motherwell, Celtic with a routine win against Livingston, Rangers taking on a resilient Hamilton, St Mirren taking a vital 3 points and two absolute gangs fighting in Perth.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/11/1953m 41s

The Sombrero

Graeme, Craig Anderson and Craig Cairns get together for a quick game of Hotties and Notties before going over Scotland team's win over Kazakhstan and the next in our list of most memorable national team games.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/11/1946m 4s

Phoned in sick for my mate

Fowler, Joel and Tony get together to discuss Saturday's Scotland victory over Cyprus, from the good (Ryan Christie) to the bad (Scott McKenna). The guys then get to the next match in our top 50 list of the most memorable Scotland matches before finishing by picking their best XI of Scotland players who haven't been capped during the 2010s.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/11/1951m 3s

They muck about!

Fowler, Tony and Duncan react to the breaking news that Jack Ross is about to be made the next manager of Hibs and later bring you the 47th entry in our list of the 50 most memorable Scotland matches.But the meat of the show is saved for the first documentary review of the new season: The King of Hearts, starring Vladimir Romanov.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/11/1954m 29s

Deep Throat

Fowler is joined by Tony and Joel to discuss the weekend's football, including Hearts and Hibs showing that no managers are better than crap managers, Hamilton chucking a 2-0 lead at Kilmarnock, a poorly constructed wall in Dingwall, worries for Greg Taylor at Celtic, and Livingston's guff form taking its toll.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/11/1947m 36s

£20 Million Lewis Ferguson

The boys go through a round of Hotties or Notties before delving into the McBurnie index and rounding it all off with a collection of your DO ME A SOLIDS.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/11/1957m 51s

Go Five Minutes Without Humiliating Yourself

Craig Anderson and Craig Cairns are joined by friend of the show Derek Connor to talk through the weekend Betfred Cup semi-finals, the winners and losers from the Scottish Premiership and the craze that's sweeping the nation, Hotties and Notties.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/11/1949m 28s

LEVEIN OUt

Fowler is joined by Tony and Duncan to discuss the big news of the day as Hearts finally (FINALLY!) give Craig Levein the bullet. From there the trio talk through the six Ladbrokes Premiership midweek fixtures.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/10/1951m 49s

The Grace of His Da

Craig Anderson and Thom Watt are joined by podcast debutant Iain Hall to discuss the weekend’s action in the Premiership. They start with a quick run of Hotties and Notties which cover penalties, stoppage time and the rotting corpse of Il Duce. The discussion moves on to St Johnstone breaking their duck, Aberdeen sinking to new lows, Hibs’ inability to hold a lead and some other jobbers doing football stuff.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/10/1951m 18s

The Grace of His Da

Craig Anderson and Thom Watt are joined by podcast debutant Iain Hall to discuss the weekend’s action in the Premiership. They start with a quick run of Hotties and Notties which cover penalties, stoppage time and the rotting corpse of Il Duce. The discussion moves on to St Johnstone breaking their duck, Aberdeen sinking to new lows, Hibs’ inability to hold a lead and some other jobbers doing football stuff. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
28/10/1951m 56s

You've finally killed your mother

Fowler, Tony and a returning Terrace Podcast favourite look through Nareystoepoker's list of impending free agents and break it down into categories, including most alarming and most likely to leave. The trio then move on No.48 in the most memorable Scotland games of all time.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/10/1957m 41s

BEVIS MUGABI

Graeme and Craig Cairns welcome debutant Jamie Cockburn for a quick game of Hotties and Notties before delving into the weekend Premiership action. They talk about St Johnstone conceding twice to a side who can't score, Aberdeen defendering the shit out of their line-up and the very thought of Killie playing in their away strip has Craig speaking in tongues.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/10/1942m 30s

St Johnstone's pop singer beef

Fowler is joined by Joel and Duncan to rate the rage of every fanbase in the Scottish top flight at this pleasant time. Are St Mirren fans angry with their manager? Has apathy set in at Hearts? Can Old Firm fans ever be truly happy? After that the trio go (way) back to bring you the 49th most memorable Scotland game.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/10/1950m 12s

Rate my hat-trick

Graeme is joined by Craig Anderson and Thom Watt for an international football extravaganza.The boys discuss some Hotties or Notties before having a look at what San Marino getting bodied off an all conquering Scotland means now, and means going forward.The boys round of the week's podcast with their first delve in to the 50 most memorable Scotland matches, as voted by you, with Scotland 1 - 1 Norway, 1998.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/10/1952m 18s

Does it involve women?

Tony and Fowler talk through the problems of the national team after ANOTHER embarrassing loss. The pair then move on to happier losing times by remembering Scotland's 2-1 defeat to Germany in 2003.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/10/1945m 52s

I'll Show You Dangerous Livingston FC

The guys round-up the weekend Premiership action. Find out which match Craig Cairns called the most lightweight midfield battle in Premiership history, which player was "dangerous" in Thom's eyes and who gave Graeme a little flutter.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/10/191h 0m

Curtains

Gary Cocker is joined by Duncan McKay and Robert Borthwick and the trio jump straight into dissecting Steve Clarke’s Scotland squad announcement. They swiftly realise that none of them really cares so they move on and talk about ticket prices in Scotland. Are fans right? Are clubs right? Is it both? The finish off by pitting similar Scottish Premiership footballers against each other in a debate to find out who you’d rather have in your team. And Gary says the word ‘curtains’ 10 times in the space of a minute.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/10/1952m 50s

Alex Bruce: FREIGHT TRAIN

Graeme is joined by Craig Anderson and Jo Hendry on a Monday night football show! They have a quick blast through some Hottie or Notties before giving you some red hot reviews of how your Premiership team played at the weekend.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/09/1957m 11s

More great audio

Fowler, Tony and Gary talk through the weekend's Betfred Cup matches, including Hearts' Jekyll and Hyde performance against Aberdeen, Livingston giving Rangers all they could handle, Celtic enjoying a best case scenario and Hibs looking... slightly... better? Then they let Gary have the floor to explain Dundee's Championship struggles.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/09/1949m 35s

Confusion Distribution

Craig Anderson, Graeme Thewliss and Craig Cairns run through the weekend Premiership action, including Hecky's car crash and Uche's stramash, how a god-awful Aberdeen managed to leave Livingston with the points and we FINALLY get to judge Jim (John) Goodwin.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/09/1946m 14s

The... Terrace... Podcast...

The guys are back one day earlier than usual as Fowler, Telfer and Joel discuss Ann Budge's whopper of a statement, Partick Thistle and Stenhousemuir sacking their managers, Cowdenbeath's promising start to League Two and Montrose's struggling so far this campaign.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/09/1946m 5s

No Jambos Club

Graeme is joined by Craig Anderson and Andy Harrow for a winning podcast. They have a look at why hearts are bad at football and why motherwell are good at it. They give some praise to Alessio's slightly new Kilmarnock, and highlight why Hibs are struggling. Find out who Lyndon Dykes looks like, which striker they love in Dingwall, why Aberdeen are stodgy, what St Johnstone need to worry about and discuss how many games Scott Brown will play this year.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/09/1953m 34s

The River is Made of Fanta

Rob, Fowler and Shaughan come together for the first time... ever? They celebrate that fact by talking about positives and negatives from the top of League One, the triumphant return of Do Me A Solid, and another spin of the McBurnie Index.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/09/1951m 18s

What is wrong with us?

Fowler, Duncan and Craig Anderson get together to discuss the latest shitshow that was the Scotland national team. The trio discuss where it went wrong against Russia, the mistakes made against Belgium and which parts of the Scottish culture and identity play a role in hampering our footballing development.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/09/1944m 41s

The seagull equivalent of Aquaman

Joel, Tony and Shaughan gather around a mic to look back at the more madcap moments from Scottish football so far this campaign. Otherwise known as the list.From Montrose's Alan Partrdige moment to Dean from Scotrail, iguanas to seagulls, plus plenty of Hamilton and Kilmarnock.Enjoy.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/09/1951m 40s

I was saying Christophe Boo-era

Graeme is joined by Thom and Stevie as they discuss the weekend's action. The boys chat their way through Steven Gerrard's wonky team selection, the end of Derek McInnes' 2 week crisis and why Graeme loves Marios Ogboe. They round off the show with a question of 'What's Hecky daein?', what success looks like at Livingston this year and Kilmarnock's first win of the season at St. Johnstone.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/09/1950m 23s

Joel Foley

Telfer is joined by Joel and Fowler as the trio pick a team each to discuss in detail from the 2019/20 season so far: Aberdeen, Hibs and Stenhousemuir. The guys then air the first podcast version of the newly named McBurnie Index.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/08/1954m 22s

Like Don Homer

Graeme and Craig Cairns are joined by the good brother Stevie Din to talk through the weekend Premiership action. Here the guys discuss some of the worst defending the top flight has ever seen and compare Craig Levein’s record in Glasgow to some really awful men before going on a rant about plastic pitches.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/08/1942m 41s

Fascinating League Two

Tony and Shaughan are joined by Dumbarton supporter and journalist Fraser Clarke to discuss the latest goings on in the lower league. This includes Barry Smith’s exit from Brechin City, a Terrace Podcast trip to Elgin and the make-up of League One after three weeks.
22/08/1945m 4s

Fascinating League Two

Tony and Shaughan are joined by Dumbarton supporter and journalist Fraser Clarke to discuss the latest goings on in the lower league. This includes Barry Smith's exit from Brechin City, a Terrace Podcast trip to Elgin and the make-up of League One after three weeks.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/08/1945m 3s

Show: Nearing the end of his useful time

Craig Fowler and Gary Cocker look back on the Betfred Cup weekend, including Dundee's failure to hold on, Celtic's struggles, surprisingly competent Hearts, defensive woes galore at Easter Road, and Killie disgruntlement despite victory.
19/08/1946m 25s

Nearing the end of his useful time

Craig Fowler and Gary Cocker look back on the Betfred Cup weekend, including Dundee's failure to hold on, Celtic's struggles, surprisingly competent Hearts, defensive woes galore at Easter Road, and Killie disgruntlement despite victory.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/08/1944m 43s

Scott Brown’s brainfart

Gary Cocker, Robert Borthwick and Duncan McKay assess Celtic’s efforts on Tuesday night versus Cluj. They also manage to confuse themselves working out who could play for Scotland if FIFA rules were broken. They finish up discussing their new season’s resolutions to be better fans.
16/08/1946m 1s

Scott Brown's brainfart

Gary Cocker, Robert Borthwick and Duncan McKay assess Celtic’s efforts on Tuesday night versus Cluj. They also manage to confuse themselves working out who could play for Scotland if FIFA rules were broken. They finish up discussing their new season’s resolutions to be better fans.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/08/1946m 0s

The Mark Fotheringham Paradox

Graeme is joined by Thom Watt and Andy Harrow as they discuss the weekend's action. Are Celtic in a better place under Neil Lennon? How good is Ryan Jack? ILKAY DURMUS HYPE TRAIN! All the ways the St. Johnstone and Livingston didn't make any sense, how we're all Lewis Smith fans now and how Hearts have signed loads of players that have made them worse.
12/08/1951m 17s

The Terrace Celtic Podcast

Thursday's show sees Jo Hendry joined by Joel and Tony. The trio talk about Celitc's draw with Cluj in Romania and the challenges the club faces in getting to the group stages. They went on to chat transfers, namely Kieran Tierney's move to Arsenal, before finishing by looking at the start of the season and the feeling you get when it all starts again.
12/08/1956m 22s

The Mark Fotheringham Paradox

Graeme is joined by Thom Watt and Andy Harrow as they discuss the weekend's action. Are Celtic in a better place under Neil Lennon? How good is Ryan Jack? ILKAY DURMUS HYPE TRAIN! All the ways the St. Johnstone and Livingston didn't make any sense, how we're all Lewis Smith fans now and how Hearts have signed loads of players that have made them worse.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/08/1951m 15s

The Terrace Celtic Podcast

Jo Hendry hosts and is joined by Joel and Tony. The trio talk about Celitc's draw with Cluj in Romania and the challenges the club faces in getting to the group stages. They went on to chat transfers, namely Kieran Tierney's move to Arsenal, before finishing by looking at the start of the season and the feeling you get when it all starts again.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/08/1955m 46s

Welcome to the Hot Take Factory

For the opening round of Season 7, Graeme, Craig Anderson and Craig Cairns run through the weekend Premiership matches in a slightly different fashion - each providing a sizzling-hot take for each of the 12 sides based on 90 minutes of football Find out which two sides have been underestimated in the season predictions, which striker appears to be a complete waste of money and which bottom six player fans are likely to be saying deserves a Scotland call-up this season.
05/08/1950m 49s

Premiership Preview - Over/Under

Graeme, Robert and Craig C get giddy about the upcoming season, asking an over/under question for each Premiership side, including how many games Ash Taylor will chuck, how long Heckingbottom will last and Robert's insane prediction about how many times Morelos will see red.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/08/1948m 35s

Lower League Bonanza

Joel Sked is joined by lower league experts Shaughan McGuigan and Craig G Telfer for a bumper lower league preview show. All 30 teams are analysed. From the Dundee duds duking it out in the Championship to the manager who will be linked with the first jobs which come available in the second tier to Paul Hartley and Cove Rangers. From the handsomeness of Craig Barr and Tom Lang to Dumbarton's scattergun approach, Annan's raiding of Workington Reds to Alfredo Agyeman and Salim Kouider-Aissa.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/08/191h 51m

Best and worst signings

Tony, Fowler and Duncan start off the 2019/20 season with their picks for the best and worst signings from all 12 Scottish Premiership sides so far this summer transfer window.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/07/1953m 54s

End-of-Season Awards 2018/19

All the Craigs! Telfer, Fowler, Anderson, Cairns... get together to give their votes in our end-of-season awards special. Enjoy!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/06/191h 44m

Show: Neil Lennon’s Emotion

Fowler and Duncan are joined by debutant Jo Hendry to discuss Saturday’s Scottish Cup final as Celtic clinched the treble treble before offering Neil Lennon the manager’s job. Fowler then tries to pacify angry Celtic fans in our Twitter mentions before the trio discuss the Premiership play-off final and the funniest penalty shootout ever seen.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/05/1948m 25s

The Shite Life of Jack and Cody

Andy Harrow is joined by Thom Watt and Craig Anderson for the final Monday Premiership round-up of the season. They discuss the cockroaches continuing to do whatever it is cockroaches do, Cody Cooke’s hat-trick with a huge assist by Flapjack Hamilton, Steve Clarke’s last hurrah and an eye-catching 16-year-old at Celtic Park.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/05/1958m 29s

Top 12 SPFL Strikers

Craig Fowler is joined by Joel and Gary as they list their top strikers in Scotland right now.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/05/1954m 43s

Hecky's Raging At The Wheel

Just two of the Craigs this week as we have a lopsided look at the weekend Premiership matches, spending most of the time on the top six matches before moving on to the dead rubbers.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/05/1953m 0s

Brechins on the mind

Fowler is joined by CGT and A View From The Terrace assistant producer Gemma Hood to discuss the latest big news in the lower leagues: Falkirk’s relegation, Brechin’s (second) relegation, Peterhead’s title win, upheaval at Cappielow, a new boss at Queens and the first legs of the playoffs.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/05/1951m 15s

Terrace Podcast Outlaws

Graeme is joined by Craig Anderson and Andy Harrow as they show why they're the VHS to Edinburgh's betamax.  The boys batter through a round of hotties or notties, discussing colour co-ordination, coffins and Cowdenbeath.  They finish of the Thursday show with 'Stick or Twist', would you sell or hold on to each asset from the Ladbrokes Premiership?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/05/1948m 2s

Best Moments in Scottish Football This Season, Part 4

Craig F and Shaughan struggle on without the ailing Joel Sked to bring you the best of the best in Scottish football.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/05/1948m 11s

Repairing a crashed bottle

Andy Harrow is joined by Thom Watt and Craig Anderson to round up the weekend’s Premiership action. They kick off with the bottom six fixtures, where they discuss Jim McIntyre’s unwanted nine in a row, the good and bad of Hamilton Accies and St Mirren’s positive mental attitude. The pod is rounded off with the top six, where there’s chat about Hearts’ own goal symmetry, Rangers’ penalty addiction and an unconvincing Celtic.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/04/1953m 27s

La Isla Blanca (Bumper Mailbag Special)

Duncan, Gary and Fowler answer your questions, including wanting your team to lose, strange encounters with footballers, and what the hell is going on in the Championship  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/04/1949m 1s

An Unmerited Crucifixion

Craig Anderson and Thom Watt join Graeme as they dissect the weekend's Premiership action.  They drop in on the Hearts not being long-ball and the Thunderdome at Rugby Park before heading to Perthshire, Livi and Hamilton.  They round of the week by being a little bit in love with Braveheart Omeonga.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/04/1951m 46s

McLeish and Top 12 Wingers

Craig F, Gary and Joel briefly touch on the completely expected sacking of Alex McLeish, before delving into their lists of the best 12 wingers in the Scottish top flight.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/04/1954m 14s

Tying Yourself Up In Knots

Thom and Andy join Craig Cairns to discuss the Scottish Cup semi-finals, including some disagreement about the Dom Ball red card and why Hearts are the England of Scottish football.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/04/1940m 40s

Top 12 SPFL Central Midfielders

Fowler, Joel and Duncan run through their top 12 central midfielders in Scotland right now. Don't @ us.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/04/1952m 9s

If You Know You Know

Graeme is joined by Craigs Anderson and Cairns to run through the weekend Premiership action.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/04/1949m 35s

Don't Mess With The Rohan

Graeme is joined by Rob and Andy and its a thursday PATTER POD.  The boys fire through the midweek action to get to the juicy content, chatting scenes they'd like to see across the SPFL for the remainder of the season, before running through some...interesting Do Me A Solids.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/04/1947m 30s

Gaslighters

On Monday's show Craig A, Thom and Craig C run through the weekend Premiership action but only after a brief round of Hotties and Notties.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/04/1953m 35s

Top 12 SPFL Central Defenders

It's time for the next of our top-12 lists which means it's time to decide if Andrew Considine is an average centre-half or an average full-back, if Jason Kerr is good enough to have helped Scotland to a 2-0 defeat in Kazakhstan, and whether or not St Mirren's Mihai Popescu has played enough to justify inclusion.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/03/1950m 29s

Umar Sadiq Is Back!

On Monday's show, Graeme, Andy and Craig A kick off with the game that is sweeping the nation, Hotties and Notties, before turning to the infinitely less interesting matches in San Marino and the Highlands.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/03/1946m 52s

The brains-trust

Craig Fowler is joined by Duncan McKay to go through Scotland’s unbelievable (yet entirely believable) defeat to Kazakhstan. They discuss the shocking underperformance of both player and manager, and a completely wild take from Jim White. They then pick their teams for the San Marino match before casting an eye over domestic matters with predictions for POTY nominations.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/03/1947m 16s

Possession and Corners

For Monday's Premiership round-up, raging hipsters Craig A, Graeme and Craig C try to analyse the weekend's football but end up getting sidetracked by xG and skinny jeans instead.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/03/1948m 54s

The Top 12 Full-backs - not sponsored by Mikael Lustig

Joel and Gary get together for another Thursday Edinburgh podcast. The duo choose their top 12 full-backs. Does Mikael Lustig miss out? Who is Gary's surprise omission? Which player does Joel confess is love for? All these questions answered and some analysis as well.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/03/1946m 13s

What was the Celtic score?

Thom, Andy and Craig Cairns run through the weekend Premiership action, including Ziggy Gordon's retirement match, a game so bad one of the Terrace podcasters left at half-time and Brendan Rodgers continuing to bullshit Celtic fans.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/03/1948m 13s

Trees, CCTV and the SAS

Joel and Shaughan spend a Thursday night in each other's company to bring the third instalment of the patter list. There are fans in trees, balls thrown, balls kicked, crying players and burglars. There may also be some chat around episode one of the TV show.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/03/1945m 18s

The Natural Disasters

The trio analyse the rate per minute of David Robertson's swearing and hear about Graeme's in-game diet before running through the Scottish Cup quarter-finals where Craig Cairns compares Inverness's management duo to a wrestling tag team.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/03/1948m 19s

The top 12 goalkeepers in Scottish football

It's time for the start of our annual top 12 lists as Joel, Craig F and Duncan discuss, among other things, the right adjective for Zdenek Zlamal, which highly touted youngster has had an overrated season, why Gary Woods is definitely not in this year's list, and which new entry makes it into the top six.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/02/1944m 37s

Wheel of Justice

Graeme is joined by Craig Anderson and Andy Harrow as the boys review the weekend's action.  They kick off with a resurgent (?) Dundee against a resurgent (?) Hibernian, as they try to figure out who is resurgent and who isn't. They check in on Rangers 5 goals from 5 different bodies, and some FUNNY at Celtic Park.  They round it off with a perfect Graeme Shinnie game for Aberdeen, a discussion on Schroedinger's Hearts and the game dubbed El Plastico.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/02/1955m 49s

Spiceworld!

Graeme is joined by Rob and Andy for a Thursday PATTER POD. The boys work their way through a new feature, HOTTIES or NOTTIES, as they discuss what is currently hot, or not, in Scottish football...and other stuff. They follow this up with a tribute to Inverness Caledonian Thistle's incredible ability to draw games of football, by giving some of their favourite draws. Finally, as you'd expect, the boys blast through a quick Do Me A Solid, where you'll find out about conspiracies and how to stop your team being dismantled.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/02/1950m 40s

How to beat Dr Robotnik

Craig Anderson and Thom are joned by Craig Cairns to go through the weekend's Premiership matches, including Scott Wright getting the right loan move at maybe the wrong time, why Livingston might be relegated next season and why Alfredo Morelos isn't to blame for Rangers' faltering title challenge.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/02/1955m 14s

CGT's bold prediction

Shaughan, Craig G Telfer and Duncan discuss the relegation zones in the Championship and League 1 and who is in with a shout of promotion from League 2.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/02/1953m 36s

Mortal Kombat McGinn

Thom Watt and Robert Borthwick join Craig Anderson to discuss an exciting weekend of Scottish Cup football. The boys speculate on whether Scott Bain and Sam Cosgrove will ever get back to normal and discuss UFC's expansion into Paisley and Kilmarnock.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/02/1950m 59s

No pun intended

Craig F, Joel and Gary look back on the midweek games by picking things they liked and disliked about the action. Like - St Mirren making 23rd minute tactical changes, Oliver Burke's form, the impact of January signings, Alfredo Morelos' finish, and the new sexy Motherwell. Dislike - Hearts-Livi, Hearts-Livi, Hearts-Livi  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/02/1950m 8s

Building Castles in the Sky

Joel Sked and Duncan McKay stepped up to the plate for the Monday show. Instead of the usual round-up from the Scottish Premiership they went down a different path and picked out winners and losers from the weekend's round of fixtures. Plenty.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/02/1958m 32s

Get with the programme Fife boy

Craig F is joined by CGT and Gary to talk through Hamilton's new management team, the Scottish Cup replays (Dundee, LOL), the Scottish Championship title race, and the performance of the season at Hampden.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/02/1951m 27s

The Standard is the Standard

Graeme is joined by Thom and Andy as they work their way through the weekend's action. The boys talk through the Rangers return to form, discuss Hibs at length both on and off the park, Celtic's quality and Accies' apathy. They round off the weekend's action with a discussion on whether hearts can win the league, Roarie Deacon v Motherwell and finally Aberdeen v Killie.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/01/1948m 48s

Get the receipts

Graeme and Andy are given a real treat, as Duncan McKay joins us from Edinburgh as the Ladbrokes Premiership returns to us!  The boys have a quick-fire 12 team 'Hot-Take' extravaganza, as they give their searing takes on each of the 12 top flight teams; who is sorted, who is doomed, who is saved, and who is going to soar.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/01/1945m 39s

Get the finger out!

Craig F is joined by Joel and Shaughan to go over the weekend's Scottish Cup action. As is common in the competition there were no shocks to discuss. Not Auchinleck Talbot's win over Ayr United or Stenhousemuir's draw with Aberdeen or Raith Rovers thumping of Dunfermline's dunderheid defence.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/01/1950m 47s

The Contrabulous Fabtraption of Professor Horatio Hufnagel

The triumphant return of Shaughan and CGT has the guys talking through the Championship relegation battle, Arbroath's procession to the title, Stenhousemuir's struggles and things finally looking up for Cowdenbeath.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/01/1951m 33s

I'm a big cult guy

Graeme is joined by Thom and Craig as they decide which top flight teams, players and managers need to hit the ground running in the Scottish Cup (Falkirk fans can skip ahead), before delving into a new section; discussing the most memorable Scotland games. Some good, some unique, and one very very ugly.    The boys round out the week's show with a quick list of lower league winners and losers.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/01/1949m 5s

Rolling out of a car and off a cliff

Gary, Fowler and Joel join forces to discuss Dundee's... erm... 'familiar' signing policy, what's next for Hibs after a tough opening half to the campaign, Dunfermline getting rid of AJ and hiring Stevie Crawford, and finish on a discussion of Scottish football referees this season.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/01/1946m 2s

GET THOSE SHOES OUT!

Graeme is joined by Thom and Andy as they discuss the transfer window so far. Running through each of the top flight sides, they describe the good, bad and shrug of the transfer window so far. They round off the show as each of them pick their best U21 XI's.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/01/1956m 25s

Festive winners and losers

Andy and Thom are joined by Craig Cairns to run through the SPFL winners and losers of the festive period, including Halliday's redemption, Haring's hernia and the rise of the A-team.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/01/1953m 13s

Pre-contract offers your club should make

Craig F and Joel combine to run through every team in the top flight and which players they should offer pre-contract deals to next month. Who the hell do you give to Celtic? Should Rangers go after a prodigal son? Is it impossible to find someone for Livingston? Is Lee Wallace washed? This, and much more...  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/12/1847m 1s

Jim Leishman coming down the chimney

Graeme is joined by Rob and Andy to talk their way through anything but football. The boys put together their SPFL Festive XI (which gets tenuous), festive do me a solids, a Terrace Podcast secret santa, our now traditional Christmas carol before discussing our favourite Christmas films. Merry Christmas!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/12/1846m 26s

Five long balls, silly little game

Despite calls from a certain member of the podcast for the episode to be cancelled it went ahead with Joel, Duncan and Gary. Despite calls from a certain member of the podcast to discuss anything other than football, the trio reviewed the weekend action. Hearts were unfortunate to go down to Livingston in a game which had five goals, Hibs deservedly defeated a hapless Celtic side, Jordan Jones bodied Cammy Kerr, Aberdeen Aberdeen'd, Rangers crossed a lot and St Johnstone let the podcast down. Go forth.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/12/1855m 38s

Didn't happen

Craig F, Craig C and Joel look back at a big night in the Europa League as Celtic make it through and Rangers do not. After dissecting those games they turn their attention to Aberdeen 3-2 Livingston, before looking through the big topics of the week: Leigh Griffiths' break from football, Jamie Robson's racial awareness and Steven Davis' link with Rangers.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/12/1849m 5s

St Johnstone Love-in

Thom, Rob and Craig Cairns run through the weekend Premiership action. The gang look at Celtic's five-star showing, the armed forces derby and THE POD FINALLY STOPS UNDERESTIMATING ST JOHNSTONE!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1849m 17s

Best player on each Scottish Premiership side

Craig F and Joel take a break from the norm to discuss who they believe to be the best player from each Ladbrokes Premiership side.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/12/1850m 32s

Netting a brace

Craig Anderson, Andy Harrow and Craig Cairns analyse yet another cup final victory for Brendan Rodgers's Celtic, from the remarkable rise of Ryan Christie to Mikael Lustig's antics, before running through the Premiership fixtures. Sorry Livingston and Motherwell.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/12/1848m 48s

From nought to 20...

Shaughan, Joel and Craig F combine to talk through the action from both Europa League games involving Scottish clubs before Shaughan educates the other two on the recent happenings at Stenhousemuir, Airdrieonians, Dumbarton and Raith Rovers.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/11/1847m 9s

Choas-ball

It's Monday's show! Graeme is joined by Craig Anderson and Thom Watt as they work their way through the weekend's action. The boys discuss Hearts' collapse after the apertura, a maverick buddie, Kyle Lafferty doing enough and Livi's recent struggles. They then check in on Lanarkshire to see Motherwell complete the 3-0 set against Aberdeen, before discussing Dundee's possible resurgence. Rounding off the week, they talk about Celtic strolling through Hamilton and finish off with saints and Killie.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/11/1847m 28s

Thank you, James Forrest

Craig F, Duncan and Joel join forces to discuss Scotland's victory over Israel, including the typical overreaction, James Forrest's improvement and a deep dive on Steven Fletcher's performance. The trio then discuss another massive overreaction after Sky Sports were awarded the latest TV deal, before finishing on the upturn in Dundee United's fortunes.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/11/1848m 50s

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.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/11/1846m 44s

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.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/11/1845m 17s

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.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/11/1845m 57s

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.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/11/1857m 5s

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.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/11/1849m 55s

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'.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/11/1849m 50s

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.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/10/1845m 32s

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.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/10/1846m 47s

Everyday It Starts - Anxiety

Thom, Craig Anderson and Craig Cairns run through the weekend Premiership action. Keep it real.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/10/1856m 26s

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 more. There is also an enticing offer for Queen of the South fans at the end. No delay, hit play.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/10/181h 3m

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.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/10/1850m 28s

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).  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/10/1848m 37s

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.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/10/1858m 33s

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 Edinburgh City and Stirling Albion who sacked manager Dave Mackay with a lengthy 38-word statement. Go get it!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/10/1857m 59s

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.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/10/1854m 8s

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...  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/10/1855m 35s

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!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/10/1848m 24s

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 transfer dealings from Livingston, Motherwell and...someone else.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/09/1850m 27s

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.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/09/1856m 15s

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!   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/09/1859m 1s

Thomas Mikkelsen Clone [ERROR]

Joel is joined by Gary and Robert to collectively shrug their shoulders at the announcement that the SFA chose one average football stadium over another stadium that when used for football would be average. The trio then took a deep dive into Scotland's games against Belgium and Albania before a feature which saw one player removed from each Ladbrokes Premiership side and that side instantly get better.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/09/1857m 25s

Best moments of the season so far

Craig F, Shaughan and Joel join forces to look at the SFA disciplinary inconsistency, Alan Stubbs deserving the chop at St Mirren and Barry Smith (maybe) plotting his own exit at Raith Rovers. From there the trio spend the next 25 minutes going through the start of their favourite moments of the season so far (the rest is continued over at Patreon.com/terracepodcast) before finishing on a special, non-CGT edition of BAT.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1855m 42s

The Ganja Arena

Andy, Craig Cairns and THISGraeme run through the weekend Premiership action including what turned out to be Stubbs's final game in charge at St Mirren, how Motherwell have managed to fill a Lionel-Ainsworth-shaped hole and Killie's first ever win over Aberdeen.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1847m 7s

Immaculate Dickshot

Graeme leads Robert and Thom through the week's Hampden and Murrayfield debate (avoiding blood on anyone's hands), discuss Dembexit as well as a whole collection of good, bad, and downright terrible deadline day moves. The boys round off a solid Thursday patter pod with the return to the main show of an old favourite in Do Me A Solid.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1849m 35s

You Couldn't Make It Up

Two of the Craigs and Andy run through the Premiership weekend, including Motherwell's last-minute salvage operation, Gary Dicker's brutal challenge on Callumn Morrison and Tommy Wright turning St Johnstone sexy.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1851m 6s

Curious Owls

Joel, Shaughan and Gary delve into the four top leagues taking an in-depth look at the current situation with Dundee, Ayr United, Arbroath and Albion Rovers where there was some chat about Shaughan's tumble dryer catching fire. The trio then moved on to discuss the latest transfers and speculation in Scotland. Get up in it!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1856m 40s

Alan Stubbs' Diamond of Roughs

Graeme leads Andy Harrow and Craig Fowler through the weekend's Betfred Cup action as they discuss 7 weeks of Kenny Miller, Celtic's caravan, The Claret and Amber Machine and Aberdeen bodying St Mirren (among other things). As always, the Terrace comes to you in association with Nutmeg, who are hosting their first live event. Check out all the details and pick up tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-evening-with-nutmeg-tickets-49051715000
07/09/1847m 21s

The Livi Swamp Monster

Graeme and Craig A are joined by a Glasgow-appearing Robert Borthwick. The trio took a deep delve into Celtic's Champions League exit and their transfer policy, including a conspiracy theory about Eimilio Izaguirre's return. They then made snap judgements about every Premiership club, including a prolific own goal scorer, a man-eating pitch and a variety of clubs finishing second.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1848m 12s

Microphones and allergies

Craig F is joined by Craig Cairns and Duncan to look back on the weekend's action, including Celtic being worse than their second last visit to Tynecastle, Levein proving the doubters wrong, St Johnstone showing more adventure, Dundee's deja vu, the Banter Years question, Canning's substitution and hundreds of millions of fucking black pellets.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1845m 40s

Netflix-ton

Graeme is joined by Craig Anderson and Thom Watt as they discuss Celtic's latest installment of their European adventure. The boys then dive into a new feature, discussing what's hot and what's not, before rounding off with some transfer talk and inspired by Elgin City's unique season ticket distribution, discuss what they'd sell out the back off a car.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1846m 21s

Permagrip

Craig Fowler is joined by Duncan McKay and Joel Sked to talk through the weekend's football. The trio begin with Sunday's live game at Pittodrie, as Steven Gerrard drank the Kool-Aid after watching his side better a shan Aberdeen performance with ten men. They then move to the two sides likely to battle it out for the title - Hearts and Hibs, of course - before trying to think of something original to say about Celtic beating Livi at home. There's a laugh about Jack Hamilton's antics before finishing on Tommy Wright's defensive relapse.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1847m 49s

Casper the friendly goalkeeper

It's the lower league preview extravaganza! Craig Fowler is joined by CGT, Shaughan and Arbroath superstar Danny Denholm to go through each and every one of the 30 clubs from the three divisions. There's also a bodying of everyone's favourite troll to round things out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/181h 10m

Scottish Premiership season 2018/19 preview

Craig Fowler leads Joel Sked and Robert Borthwick through 12 questions ahead of the 2018/19 Ladbrokes Premiership season. The lads also give their predictions ahead of the new campaign and pick the best Terrace XI.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1854m 45s

WE'RE BACK BABY!

We go again. Scottish football, patter, laughter despair, moaning but most of all bodying all trolls. In the first episode of the season Andy Harrow, Craig Anderson and Graeme work their way through the top flight's transfer business, talking the best, the worst (and the bad in Hamilton's case) armed with nothing but knowledge. Let's go!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1856m 21s

End of Season Awards

Craig G Telfer hosts as Gary Cocker, Graeme Thewliss and Craig Cairns dish out our annual end-of-season awards. Enjoy!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/181h 20m

Bowman Horseman

Joel, Craig F and a special guest get together to discuss the three big matches from the final four days of the Scottish football season. Bye bye Partick Thistle, welcome Livingston, and congratulations Celtic.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1851m 20s

Well McGarnagle, Billy is Dead!

Fowler welcomes in CGT and Shaughan to do the last lower league extravaganza of the season as the trio look back through the play-offs, including Dundee United's season in a nutshell, Steve Aitken's defensive tactics, why Raith Rovers have held on to Barry Smith, the tweet that shall never be tweeted, and the Cove Rangers fan whose Saturday went downhill very quickly.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1855m 2s

Nadir Ciftci's Velcro toes

Craig Anderson and Graeme do their best to keep on top of all the weekend's action (you try rhyming off all the scorers from Easter Road in 300 degree heat), talk about how great Mark Reynolds was, throw another couple of conspiracies on the pile and try and figure out how many Young Scot Card holders were in the Hearts line up. There's also a delve into the survival battle in a tense final day in the bottom six before rhyming off their top 12 strikers in a bumper episode. Craig Anderson's #1 may shock you!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/181h 25m

Peter Lovenkrands' "beautiful boy"

Craig F, Joel and Shaughan join forces to talk through the best moments from Scottish football over the past five months.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1856m 55s

Paranoia, Paranoia

Duncan leads Craig F and Joel through the weekend's football, including Motherwell's horrendous defending, the Partick Thistle malaise, Dougie Imrie shitting himself (figuratively), why Hearts should still be concerned by a defeat to Celtic, and the problem with Jason Cummings.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1855m 16s

Barry Smith at the Baths

Craig Anderson is joined by Andy and Graeme as they debate the top 12 wingers in the league. We've got tricky wingers, pacey wingers, slightly disappointing wingers and a couple of dicks. They round out the show by briefly discussing the runners and riders of the playoffs so far. Raith Rovers... *cue hysterical laughter*  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/181h 6m

Introducing Noodle

Craig F, CGT and Shaughan mix things up for a Monday podcast, going all lower league to preview the first games of the play-offs and look back on the final weekend of the season in the Championship, League One and League Two. *Apologies for the distracting background noises. Craig F's new kitten spent the second half of the pod acting like a fucking radge.*  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1850m 8s

Beggars Belief

Craig F and Gary begin by discussing the latest Rangers 'Banter Years' statement. They then move on to Ross County's managerial situation before looking at the Player of the Year nominations and which stars were the biggest snubs. However, the crux of the show the latest top 12 as they tackle the impossible task of the best central midfielders.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/181h 1m

Curtis Main's Easter Island

Craig A hosts and Graeme talks about the weekend's premiership action. They've received Chairman Fow's directive to praise his beloved Hibs and they're doing it with gusto. There's some discussion on missed opportunities for Hearts and Aberdeen, too. They try to talk about the bottom six without making predictions, and spend far too long discussing the most inconsequential beef of the season, and what makes Dundee great.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/181h 1m

Cow...den...beath?

Craig F is joined by Joel and Gary to talk over the latest episode of The Banter Years and where Mr Miller and Mr Wallace will likely end up next. They then travel back to the start of the season and relive their best and worst signings predictions, before moving to the latest documentary - or a nine-minute clip of one which focuses on East Fife v Cowdenbeath. They then finish by announcing the winner of our competition to get a new Scotland strip.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/181h 2m

Cool Scottish Fitbaw Kids

After attending Hampden, scoffing a Dominoes and necking several lagers, five tipsy Terrace brothers took to the mic to bring you a raw, uncut hour-long show in the wake of the Celtic's thumping of Rangers. After discussing everything from Russell Martin's incredible lay-off to Rogic and Brown's continued domination of these fixtures, the guys turned their attention to big fizzical Motherwell's disposal of an Aberdeen side that barely showed up. There was even time for a quick dip into the lower leagues. Enjoy. Disclaimer: No trolls were bodied in the making of this show.
07/09/181h 3m

Scott McKenna's Game Face

There's a Graeme Thewliss, a Craig Anderson and an Andy Harrow on a Glasgow apartment choosing the best 12 centre-backs in Scottish football right now. Previously this would be like choosing from the basket filled with DVDs such as Sharknado, Anchorman and The Simpsons. Now it is Jurassic Park, Die Hard and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. They discuss how Paul Hanlon is now a winger, the John Souttar conundrum and why you're wrong about Kirk Broadfoot. Well, there it is.
07/09/181h 5m

Elliot Two-Face Parish

Robert Borthwick leads a very tender Craig Fowler through the weekend's fixtures as Rangers get a much-needed boost ahead of the semi-final, Aberdeen disappoint at Tynecastle, Hibs continue to act in a very un-Hibs manner, Celtic sleepwalk their way to another win, Thistle lose AGAIN, and two sides play out the most forgettable game of the season so far.
07/09/1853m 57s

A team-talk by Irvine Welsh

Craig F, CGT and Shaughan get together to discuss all things lower league. They begin with Dundee United's promotion outlook before moving down to the relegation battle in League One, including Albion Rovers and the Daily Record mini-doc. The guys then finish on Stenhousemuir's recent struggles.
07/09/1851m 55s

Schlonged it in!

Graeme leads Craig through the weekend's action as they discuss at length how brilliant Curtis Main is, how Stevie May and Aberdeen are BACK, how Neil Lennon deserves, somehow, more credit, how teams are desperate for the split, and how our Lord and Saviour Sofien Moussa got off the mark with his boaby.
07/09/1858m 46s

The Stephen O'Donnell and Richard Tait Love-In

Craig Anderson, Graeme and Derek Connor navigate their way through the top 12 full-backs in the SPFL, and you won't believe who's number 1! Craig and Derek then take a quick look at the Junior teams dipping their toe in the pyramid pool.
07/09/181h 0m

Ah, Scotland

Joel and Craig get together to look back at Alex McLeish's first game in charge and the numerous problems with the Scotland XI. From there they look ahead to the Hungary match and what the starting XI should be, before reverting to domestic matters. There's a recap of the Challenge Cup final and a quick examination of Dundee United's continued struggles.
07/09/1858m 25s

The Adventures of Mr Square-Man

Craig F, Joel and Rob get together to discuss and rank the 12 best goalkeepers in Scottish football at the moment.
07/09/181h 3m

Third Time Lucky

Craig Cairns is joined by Craig Anderson and Andy Harrow to run through the weekend Scottish Premiership action, including Ross County's troubled custodians, Steve Clarke's tactical flexibility and Neil Lennon's weekly grumble. Respect.
07/09/181h 8m

I can't get my nut round it

Craig F, Joel and CGT get together to delve all the way down to the depths of League Two. First they look at Clyde's resurgence before moving on to a similar improvement in Edinburgh City. There's a quick word on Berwick Rangers (and the difference between this show and Sportsound) before finishing off with the dire straits facing Cowdenbeath. The main event, though, is another documentary review. And this one is a belter! Well, actually, it was a bit shit, as Danny Dyer took his 'Real Football Factories' tedium up north. Before they go there was just time for a spot of #BAT.
07/09/181h 5m

We were on a break

Craig Anderson takes Graeme Thewliss on a magical mystery tour through the weekend's top flight action, discussing the multitude of derbies available on #RivalsWeekend. Taking in Friday night's fun at Easter Road, Saturday's nightmarish day for Dundee's defence, how to pronounce 'Ogboe', and asking Killie: Just how are you so good?   We talk a bit about Sunday's game too.
07/09/181h 6m

Are Pop Tarts American?

Joel is in new territory as he hosts the delve into the lower leagues with stalwarts Shaughan McGuigan and Craig G Telfer. The trio talk about Livingston’s rise under David Hopking before chatting about the title races and play-off hopefuls in Leagues 1 & 2. What about a healthy dose of BAT? There’s that too! But with a twist.
07/09/181h 13m

Curb Your Midlothian

Joel and Gary talk Ross County and Owen Coyle before moving onto to discuss Dundee’s finances and stadium project. They finish by looking back at an eventful Scottish Cup quarter-final weekend. 
07/09/1859m 0s

President of the 'I hate Mikael Lustig' club

Craig F and Joel get together to look back on the weekend's fixtures, including Aberdeen's massively predictable shit-the-bed against Celtic, Neil Lennon's comments about officials and the Rugby Park pitch, the problem with Hearts as an attacking threat, Dundee's weird team selection and Steven MacLean projecting his father's face on to Marcus Fraser.
07/09/1853m 54s

A chipmunk on Grade A’s

Joel Sked takes a turn as host alongside Shaughan McGuigan and Duncan McKay. The trio take a delve into the Championship and League 2 with a focus on Inverness CT, Greenock Morton and Clyde before airing some Sportsound and John Hughes grievances. They finish by talking about David Weatherston’s emotional blog regarding playing football with anxiety.
07/09/181h 6m

Simon Murray: Rogue Agent

Craig F, Gary and Joel get together to talk about the weekend's football. The trio discuss Rangers' attacking weapons, Hamilton losing their tough-to-beat identity, the absence of Graeme Shinnie, Hibs' improved squad, Alan Archibald's questionable change, Steve Clarke's tactical prowess, why Arnaud Djoum will be a big miss for Hearts, and St Johnstone making a step in the right direction.
07/09/1858m 19s

Where's the Deeds?

Craig F, Joel and Robert combine forces to talk through what was arguably the game of the season so far at Rugby Park on Tuesday. From there they have a bit of fun, bringing back a previous favourite (sorry about the erratic horn) before indulging in another spot of Do Me A Solid. They then end with a Time Capsule, which sees them go back to the summer of 2012.
07/09/1855m 28s

Bozo Simunovic

Craig Anderson takes Derek Connor and Graeme Thewliss through the weekend's Scottish cup action, reviewing each of the games and discussing the draw for the quarter finals.
07/09/1859m 20s

And a floppy pair of hands

Duncan, Gary and Craig F combine to look back on the two midweek games, where the progression of Allan Campbell is praised and the controversy at Firhill is dissected. From there the trio look at Dundee signing Steven Caulker and Craig Levein v Celtic (part 3). They then finish the podcast by reviewing the 1986 Scottish football documentary Only A Game?
07/09/181h 0m

Happy 18th Birthday Leanne

Craig Anderson is joined by Graeme Thewliss and Craig Cairns to run through the weekend Premiership action, including Dismal Dundee defending capitalised on by a resurgent Ross County, the "best player in the league" running all over Celtic, and how Accies supporters stocked up on supplies for the day during their trip to Pittodrie. Safe.
07/09/181h 1m

Goodbye Stewart Regan

Gary, Shaughan and Craig get together to debate the winners and losers from the January transfer window. But before then, the trio react to the (welcome) news that Stewart Regan is no longer the chief executive of the SFA. Shaughan then finishes the show with a look at Cowdenbeath and Dundee United, two of the more troubled teams at the moment in the lower leagues. Also, there are two (TWO) Textra's to go with this one. Be sure to join a growing army at patreon.com/terracepodcast.
07/09/181h 3m

Chris Kane Supporters Club

Graeme, Andy and Craig C run through the weekend's action, discussing Ross County's atomic supermen, Partick Thistle and Ryan Edward's resurgence, Scott McKenna, Scott McKenna's strike, Scott McKenna's defending, Dundee's togetherness and Motherwell out Hearts-ing Hearts.
07/09/181h 3m

Well Well Well

Gary, Shaughan and Craig F begin by discussing some of the more interesting teams from the lower leagues, as it seems Falkirk will NOT be relegated, Dumbarton may have run out of lives, Dunfermline's biggest weakness, and the recent turnaround by Jim Goodwin at Alloa. From there the trio move to the five top flight fixtures, as the one Rangers signing we wrote off the most stands out in the win over Aberdeen, and Harry Souttar nets a belting OG.
07/09/1850m 49s

Normal Service

Gary and Craig run through all the Scottish Cup fixtures from the weekend which survived the weather, but not before they go two-footed on the SFA after the governing body fails to convince Michael O'Neill to become the next boss of the national team.
07/09/1855m 55s

How do you motivate a pigeon?

Craig F, Duncan and Robert give their takes on the brilliant 2002 documentary following the last few weeks of Partick Thistle's title-winning season. Sweary team-talks, confused Danny Lennon, ballboy chairman, yearly trips to Blackpool, "monkey!", standing in the way of a throw-in taker, and John Lambie's humble love of pigeons. The guys then move on to discussing the 'drama v analysis' nature of how football is covered in this country.
07/09/181h 0m

The worst player on every Scottish Premiership team

You've heard the best, now here's the worst. Craig F is joined by Joel and Gary to run through the worst player from every top flight club. By that's not all! Because it's too easy to say "Dalcio" and move on, the guys also debate the weakest important first-team player (to borrow Football Manager chat) from each team.
07/09/181h 0m

Simon Ferry's incredible weight loss

Craig F is joined by Shaughan and CGT to do their delve into the lower leagues. The guys start with Falkirk's weird recent form before pondering over Dundee United's 6-1 hammering at the hands of the Bairns. From their they move to League One and Ayr United's slip from the top of the table. There's concern over Stranraer given their recent fire-sale, and an anointing of Peterhead as the new leading contenders in League Two.
07/09/1858m 55s

Best player on each side in the Scottish Premiership (2017/18)

Craig F and Robert talk through the best players from each of the top flight clubs. Some teams were quite tricky (Celtic, Hamilton, Rangers) and others were not (Hearts). The guys then cast their eyes to the rest of 2018 with things they're looking forward to seeing this year.
07/09/1855m 10s

Carlospena poppers

Joel, Duncan and Craig F combine for the first podcast of 2018, and it's a transfer window special. First the guys look at the biggest deals and rumours circling so far, then they move on to examining each top flight side and where they need to strengthen in the January window.
07/09/181h 1m

Bad harvest

Craig A, Andy and Graeme go through the winners and losers from the Christmas period in the Scottish Premiership.
07/09/1855m 57s

Slippery when wet

Joel, Craig F and Shaughan get together to go through the best moments of season 2017/18 so far. Including... an advertisement for East Fife casuals, Joe Miller's epic fantasy, Pedro Caixinha in the shrub, Inverness' brush with porn, Ian Cathro... in general, and Graeme Doorans. To listen to the rest of the best moments, go to patreon.com/terracepodcast WARNING - For the next two weeks there will be only one podcast per week for the Christmas and New Year schedule. We'll return to our usual two podcasts per week after that.
07/09/181h 2m

Haunting Neil Lennon

Craig A and Graeme are joined by Celtic fan Stevie to look back over the Scottish Premiership weekend, including Hibs being gubbed at Pittodrie, Kilmarnock continuing to shine and Dundee winning the battle of the bottom-dwellers. And oh yeah, the end of Celtic's 69-game unbeaten run in spectacular fashion at Tynecastle.
07/09/181h 0m

The Hampden Wall

Craig F, Shaughan and CGT join forces to chew bumblegum and body trolls... and they're all out of bumblegum. Before that they discuss Dunfermline's recent slide, Queen of the South's recent rise, signs of life on and off the park for Airdrie, and a rundown of all the major players in League Two. BUILD A WALL! BUILD A WALL! BUILD A WALL!
07/09/181h 5m

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 from the game on Friday night.
07/09/1848m 30s

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).
07/09/181h 2m

EAMONN BROPHY

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.
07/09/1859m 16s

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 inability to sustain a lead. They then finish off the show with a quick recap of the two Premiership games, including Motherwell coming oh-so-close to stopping Celtic's reign of terror.
07/09/181h 1m

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.
07/09/181h 7m

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 does Cliff Hanley prefer? From there the trio discuss the upcoming Betfred Cup final and whether Motherwell have any chance of causing an upset over Celtic. Watch the documentary here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19j95pGNzI8  
07/09/181h 1m

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.
07/09/1857m 25s

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.
07/09/181h 1m

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.
07/09/1854m 11s

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.
07/09/1857m 13s

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 Year credentials.
07/09/1855m 23s

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.
07/09/1858m 58s

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.
07/09/1852m 46s

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.
07/09/181h 2m

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.
07/09/181h 0m

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.
07/09/181h 10m

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.
07/09/181h 2m

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.
07/09/181h 1m

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.
07/09/1848m 23s

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.
07/09/1853m 11s

Elbows are fine

Craig Anderson and Andy Harrow join Craig Cairns to run through the weekend Premiership fixtures, including the battle to replace Stuart Armstrong in the Scotland team, Pena doing himself no favours by escaping three red cards and a four-minute rant on Killie being stuck in the same old cycle. Swell.
07/09/181h 5m

Free haircut when you sign

Craig F, Shaughan and Gary talk Celtic's massive win over Anderlecht, Peter Houston's exit from Falkirk, the two careers of Owen Coyle, John Robertson's alternative universe, Airdrieonians statement-happy chairman, and why we'll miss Gary Bollan.
07/09/1856m 48s

Staunch

Graeme Thewliss and Craig Cairns are joined by the returning Derek Connor. They started by focusing on the don't-call-it-the-Old-Firm match, although since we couldn't find a Celtic fan to get on the show we talked mainly about Rangers. From there we rounded up the rest of the weekend Premiership action including Steven MacLean's alternative sporting career and Craig Levein's army marching on. Stay safe.
07/09/181h 1m

My friend of 20 years

Joel and Craig F look back on the three Betfred Cup games which took place before the recording, including whether Hibs can feel any better about themselves after the victory over Livingston, Rangers' formation change at Partick Thistle, and the manner in which Dundee tried to stop Celtic. The duo then preview this weekend's Rangers v Celtic match, before sticking all of the hilarious glory around the 1999 SHAME GAME!
07/09/181h 1m

Cut-price Chris Cadden

Craig Cairns is joined by Graeme Thewliss and Craig Anderson to round up a packed weekend of action including Dundee finally discovering how to finish chances, Neil Lennon describing why he doesn't pick himself for Hibs, and countless contentious decisions from those matches and elsewhere. Stick in.
07/09/181h 8m

Eastern European accents

Craig F, Duncan and Shaughan join forces to look back on Celtic's 5-0 thumping at the hands of PSG and whether Hoops fans can expect more from their side against Europe's cream of the crop. From there they delve into the lower leagues, looking at the rise of St Mirren, the struggles of Dundee United, and the League One title race. The trio then finish things off with a monkey-themed Time Capsule.
07/09/181h 0m

Just a shite Gemma Collins

Craig F, Gary and Rob rattle through the weekend's action, including Scott Allan and Murray Davidson's unfortunate substitutions, Celtic's cheat codes, and the state of Arnaud Djoum. Conspiracy theories, Murrayfield and Spey Bay also feature. 
07/09/181h 10m

It's Not as Bad as Gary Glitter

Thursday’s podcast sees Craig F, Gary and Duncan (mainly Duncan) talking about the future of Scottish football coverage. Will BT win the battle for the TV deal, what do BBC Scotland need to improve on, and what of newspapers amid falling sales. Bit dry we know, but there’s the usual nonsense, including an acted out Time Capsule. Enjoy!
07/09/181h 0m

Yaya Banana

Craig Anderson and THISGraeme join Craig Cairns to go over Scotland's stonking victory in Lithuania before going through some of your suggestions of unfair Scottish football stereotypes. The guys then paused to watch the Scotland v Malta match before they returned, minus Craig Anderson, to analyse it. Safe.
07/09/181h 0m

Cedric Kipre Fan Club

One day early! Thanks to scheduling conflicts (Transfer Deadline Day), The Terrace is coming to you a day early. Because their Monday appearances have dried up, Joel and Craig F release their pent up opinions (if that's a thing) about each side in the Scottish Premiership. There's also a look at every Hearts signing in the 'Craig Levein as director of football' era and transfer-saga Time Capsule.
07/09/181h 1m

Marvin Bartley's stinkfinger

Craig Cairns is joined by Robert and THISGraeme to run through the weekend Premiership action, including a goal bonanza at Firhill, Lee McCulloch finally saying he'll address Killie's home form, and a suggestion of a new name for one of Celtic Park's stands. Respect.
07/09/181h 1m

Sex with Sheridan

Craig, Shaughan and Duncan discuss Celtic's Champions League draw, the second leg with Astana, TWO clubs sacking their managers in the last few days, Peter Houston being under pressure at Falkirk, the mental world of Billy Davies and the fall and rise of Dunfermline. Word.
07/09/1855m 51s

xShite

Craig Anderson, Andy Harrow and Craig Cairns run through the Scottish Premiership weekend, including Hamilton running riot at Hibs, Derek McInnes's continued tinkering, and Celtic's reserves dicking on the league. Respect.
07/09/181h 3m

For the good of Scottish football

Craig F and Duncan have a chinwag about the appeals process and why it fails referees, Celtic's emphatic win against Astana, the mistakes made by Aberdeen in their new stadium bid, Hibs being bloody tremendous, and the most interesting lower league clubs from the first two weeks of the season. Stay safe.
07/09/181h 0m

Dapo!

There's a Robert Borthwick, a Graeme Thewliss and an Andy Harr...hold on. There's a familiar looking face. Is that, is that....Craig Anderson? Yes, yes it is. Everyone's favourite statistician, (ex-)referee and pedant makes a triumphant return to look back at the weekend's action which was full of patter. The trio start at Ibrox, discuss John Beaton, Anthony Stokes being the guy every team needs and Hibs looking good before weaving their way through Steven Boyd v Scott Allan, the red card bonanza at McDiarmid Park, Shay Logan's penchant for scoring against County, the Jags being denied a STONEWALL penalty (maybe) and a bit of hair pulling at Rugby Park.
07/09/181h 5m

Love Is All Around

Craig F, Gary and Duncan talk through the Betfred Cup action, including the (not so) surprising win for Dundee in the derby, Celtic kids putting Kilmarnock to the sword, St Johnstone being deceptively poor at home, and Rangers playing with a bit of urgency. From there the trio read out some 5* reviews, make reactionary predictions based on week one, and end on a Time Capsule.
07/09/181h 3m

Martin Boyle and the Pirates of the Caribbean

THE BIZ IS BACK - Scott is joined by Andy and Graeme as we review the week one action from Season Five. The boys discuss Celtic's opening day stroll against Jon Daly's Hearts, Simon Murray's colour clash, the damage done by Kris Boyd's sonic-boomer and Dundee's inability to defend. A quick discussion of how dreadful Accies' shirt is is complemented with positives from everyone at Fir Park. Stick in.
07/09/1849m 59s

The Darren Huckerby of podcasts

Craig F is joined by Shaughan and Craig G Telfer to bring you an extensive lower league preview. There's talk of Falkirk running Dundee United close for the Championship crown, Dunfermline's merging of last season's Raith Rovers with 2014 Rangers, Dumbarton putting the Kirkcaldy band back together, an exciting title battle in League One, Airdrie's numerous problems, and the biggest reason Edinburgh City shouldn't have signed Craig Thomson. But that's not all! As customary when CGT is on the show, we finish with another BODY ALL TROLLS segment.
07/09/181h 16m

Premiership Predictions (sorry Gary)

Monday sees the return of the Glasgow pod, with Graeme Thewliss, Robert Borthwick and Craig Cairns coming together to preview the Scottish Premiership season. Graeme channelled his inner Westwood for the quick-fire round before the guys run through their predictions for the season (spoiler: we think Celtic will win the league). There was even time at the end to run through our regular feature at this time of the season: the Terrace XI. Please don't make us talk about Cathro again.
07/09/181h 3m

Best and worst signings of the summer

Howdy ho, Terraceists! The first show of the new season. Not much seemed to have happened over the summer, thankfully... Craig F, Gary, Joel and Duncan play the part of football scouts (or Wikipedia readers) to predict which signings will be the best and worst for each club in the top flight. There was some interesting debate and discussion (Aberdeen, Hibs, Rangers) and some 'eeny, meeny, miny, moe' (Hamilton). Ah, it's good to be back.
07/09/181h 0m

End of season awards 2016/2017

The moment has arrived. The time to say goodbye to season 2016/2017. There are all the usual awards, plus some new ones. I think. Maybe. I'm not quite sure. Anyway, there are tears, but not tears of sadness, tears of laughter. What a season it was! And to recount it Craig F is joined by Gary, Rob and Graeme. There's alcohol involved but you probably knew that already. Enjoy!
07/09/182h 51m

Lower League Extravaganza

Craig F, Shaughan and Craig G Telfer team up to discuss each and every team in the lower leagues from the 2016/17 season, including some of the most memorable moments. The trio also look at the new Raith Rovers boss and whether Jack Ross will jump at the chance to join Dundee. Then CGT does what he does best in another session of Bodying All Trolls.
07/09/181h 26m

In Defence of Dougie Imrie

Monday's show sees Graeme Thewliss, Robert Borthwick and Craig Cairns review a thunderous Scottish Cup final – a sore one for Aberdeen to take as a relentless Celtic side completed an invincible treble-winning season. After that we moved on to the less glamorous confines of the SuperSeal Stadium and a play-off final second leg that lacked in quality but was no less dramatic.
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