Episode 18: Gordon Strachan is gone…so who’s next for Scotland?

October 13, 2017

Hello and welcome to this week's edition of the Herald Sport podcast.

For Episode 18 Stewart Weir was joined by a bumper cast of Scott Mullen, Graeme McGarry, Stewart Fisher and Matthew Lindsay to react to Gordon Strachan's departure from the Scotland hotseat.

The team debate whether it was the right decision before considering who could be next. 

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Episode 17: Russia here we come!!! Maybe…

October 6, 2017

Hello and welcome to this week's edition of the Herald Sport podcast.

For Episode 17 Scott Mullen was joined by Alison McConnell, Stewart Weir and Stewart Fisher to revel in Scotland's 1-0 victory over Slovakia, and we dare to dream of what could be in Ljubljana.

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Episode 16: Taking a knee in the NFL & a boot in the haw maws for Scotland

September 29, 2017

Welcome to this week's episode of the Herald Sport Podcast.

This week Scott Mullen was just by Stewart Weir, James Morgan and special guest Tam McManus to discuss the Take a Knee protest controversy gripping the NFL and how it's viewed from across the pond. Tam tells us of his protest experiences in Greece, while we pick the bones out of Stuart Armstrong and Scott Brown pulling out of the Scotland squad and what it could mean for our World Cup hopes.

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Episode 15: Can Rangers end Celtic’s unbeaten run at Ibrox?

September 22, 2017
 

Hello and welcome to episode 15 of the Herald Sport Podcast.

This week Scott Mullen is joined by Head of Sport Stewart Weir, Senior Sports Writer Chris Jack, Chief Football Writer Matthew Lindsay and Online Sports Editor Alasdair Mackenzie. 

We preview Celtic's trip to Ibrox to face Rangers this weekend and give our predictions for the game, as well as reflecting on Motherwell's Betfred Cup win over Aberdeen and the semi-final draw. 

 

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Episode 14: Are Celtic out of their depth in the Champions League?

September 15, 2017

Hello and welcome to episode 14 of the Herald Sport Podcast. This week Scott Mullen is joined by Head of Sport Stewart Weir as we discuss Celtic's hammering in the Champions League to PSG, how they fit into Europe's top table and what can be achieved.

And with Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh both setting out in the PRO 14, our top rugby man Kevin Ferrie picks through all the talking points of the new domestic season and more.

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Episode 13: Success for Scotland and can Andy Murray bounce back from injury?

September 8, 2017

Hello and welcome to episode 13 of the Herald Sport Podcast. This week Alasdair Mackenzie again steps in for Scott Mullen to be joined by Head of Sport Stewart Weir and Chief Sports Writer Stewart Fisher. 

We have a look back on a great week for Scotland's senior and Under-21 sides, consider our hopes of reaching Russia 2018 and finish with a discussion of Andy Murray's future following his announcement that he will miss the rest of the year through injury. 

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Episode 12: Who has done the best business at the end of the transfer window?

September 1, 2017

Hello and welcome to episode 12 of the Herald Sport Podcast. This week Alasdair Mackenzie steps in for Scott Mullen to be joined by Senior Sports Writer Graeme Macpherson and Group Sports Writer Graeme McGarry.

We look back on a busy transfer deadline day for lots of Scottish Premiership clubs and consider who's done the best business this summer before touching on Scotland's chances in their upcoming World Cup qualifying double-header.

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Episode 11: Can Pedro Caixinha afford Rangers losing to Hearts?

August 18, 2017

Hello and welcome to episode 11 of the Herald Sport Podcast. This week Scott Mullen is joined by Head of Sport Stewart Weir, Chief Football Writer Matthew Lindsay and Group Sports Writer Graeme McGarry.

Topics of discussion this weeks are Rangers and if Pedro Caixinha can afford another Ibrox nightmare, Celtic's aspirations in the Champions League following their five-star showing against Astana and referees having honking days at the office.

Oh aye, and there's the quiz.

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Episode 10: Is Kieran Tierney the best Scottish player in the last 40 years?

August 11, 2017

Hello and welcome to episode 10 of the Herald Sport podcast. This week Scott Mullen is joined by head of sport Stewart Weir and Graeme McGarry.

On the agenda this week is Kieran Tierney who on Tuesday night became the second youngest ever Celtic player to captain the side in a competitive match. We discuss his future, what he means for Celtic and beyond, and if he will ever be tempted away from Celtic Park.

Rangers battering Dunfermline is up for debate, as is Wes Foderingham. On top of that, Graeme and Scott ponder a Motherwell cup victory in November while Stewart has none of it.

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