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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Episode 9: Will Aberdeen and Rangers catch Celtic?

August 3, 2017

Hello and welcome to Episode 9 of the Herald Sport podcast.

This week Scott Mullen was joined by Alison McConnell, Matthew Lindsay and Christopher Jack.

For our Premiership season preview, we ask if anyone can stop Celtic, will Hearts continue to be mince, and are Hamilton Acces finally going to get relegated?

At no point did anyone say Motherwell were going to be in trouble...

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PS (Recording took place before Aberdeen bombed in Europe.)

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Episode 8: Celtic beyond the Green Brigade, Rangers beyond title stripping & Cathro beyond redemption

July 28, 2017

Welcome to episode 8 of the Herald Sport Podcast.

This week Scott Mullen was joined by Stewart Weir, Chris Jack and Graeme McGarry who spoke about the lack of Green Brigade in Celtic's 0-0 draw with Rosenborg, title-stripping (or lack of) from the SPFL with Rangers, and Hearts being pumped off of Peterhead.

Episode 8: Celtic beyond the Green Brigade, Rangers beyond title stripping & Cathro beyond redemption

July 28, 2017

Welcome to episode 8 of the Herald Sport Podcast. This week Scott Mullen was joined by Stewart Weir, Graeme McGarry and Christopher Jack.

The panel discussed Celtic's 0-0 defeat with Rosenborg and the pitfalls of not having a striker. We look at the impact of life without the Green Brigade at Celtic Park and also what that means going forward for the fan group.

Chris Jack attempts to explain the SPFL's statement on title stripping to the rest of the panel, while the subject of the under fire Hearts manager Ian Cathro is another hot talking point.

And there was the quiz. Moving on...

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Episode 7: Celtic’s Euro progress, illicit banners & women’s football

July 20, 2017

Welcome to Episode 7 of the Herald Sport Podcast.

This week Scott Mullen, Stewart Weir and Stewart Fisher discuss Celtic's progress in the Champions League qualifiers beyond Linfield, the illicit banners and tensions surrounding the game, and what it could mean for the club.

We will also talk about the Scotland national team at the Euros in the Netherlands with Stewart Fisher as well as finishing off with our usual shambolic quiz.

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Episode 6: Josh Taylor, UFC Glasgow and cheerio Silverstone

July 13, 2017

Welcome to Episode Six of the Herald Sport podcast.

This week Scott Mullen, Stewart Weir and Christopher Jack discuss the power swing in Scottish boxing from Ricky Burns to challenger Josh Taylor, pour over Taylor's victory against O'Hara Davies at the weekend and what his future holds.

We take a look at the UFC coming to Scotland for the second time this weekend and what impact the likes of Joanne Calderwood has on Scottish sport on a global scale, and we take a look at the future of a British Grand Prix and the prospect of a street race through London.

We also have our quiz, which thankfully had no cock ups this week!

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Episode 5: From Luxembourg with a red neck, journalists abroad and Rangers tainted titles

July 6, 2017

Welcome to Episode Five of The Herald Sport Podcast. This week the panel discuss Rangers' worst ever result and what it could mean for Pedro Caixinha's future. We talk about the call to bring him to Ibrox in the first place and the key to his era surviving.

We hear from why Chris Jack's fire alarm went off in Luxembourg City, what it's like to be on a diverted Romanian flight to Slovenia going via Croatia, we bravely touch on Rangers' title-stripping saga and of course end with our usual shambles of a quiz. Do you know what German team played Motherwell in the mid-90s?

PANELISTS: Scott Mullen, Neil Cameron, Chris Jack, Graeme McGarry

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Episode 4: Kingsley against the world, football PR dourness and Andy Murray’s Scottishness

June 30, 2017

Welcome to episode four of the Herald Sport Podcast. This week the panel are joined by Partick Thistle communication manager George Francis who lets us into life at Firhill, the creation of the most colossal thing to come out of Mary Hill since John Lambie's swear jar and his views on dealing with the Scottish press pack. We also discuss Andy Murray's national identity ahead of Wimbledon as well take part in our Partick Thistle themed quiz.

PANELISTS: Scott Mullen, Neil Cameron, Graeme McGarry, Chris Jack & George Francis

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