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They've been playing in the Challenge Cup since 2018, but now Old Firm Colt teams look like they'll also be competing in the Lowland League next season. That's after clubs in the division gave provisional approval to allowing the Rangers and Celtic youngsters into the division for the 2021-22 campaign. Is this simply a one-off or will it lead to th…
 
Steven Gerrard and Callum Davidson have both had excellent seasons no matter what happens between now and the end of the campaign. The former has secured Rangers their 55th league title in spectacular fashion and the other has the chance to secure a truly historic cup double for St Johnstone. Both are undoubtedly deserving of the manager of the yea…
 
This season will go down as a historic one for Rangers after they secured their 55th Scottish Premiership title in impressive style. However, losses to St Mirren and St Johnstone have consigned the Ibrox side to back-to-back quarter-final exits in domestic cup competitions. There's no doubting Steven Gerrard has achieved his main aim this campaign,…
 
What a week it's been for football... and it's only Wednesday. The sport has been rocked by the European Super League announcement and the swift u-turn by some of the clubs involved. Oh, and there's also the small matter of Champions League reform! What does it mean for Scotland's football clubs? Should fans care? Niall, Stefan and Andrew discuss e…
 
Four games stand between Hibs and their first third-place finish in Scotland's top flight for 16 years. Jack Ross undoubtedly deserves credit, but should his side be doing even better? On this week's flagship show, Stefan and James take a closer look at the Easter Road side's overall performance this season and whether they're heading in the right …
 
It seems like Eddie Howe's appointment as Celtic manager is a matter of 'when' rather than 'if'. The Englishman’s apparently in advanced talks with the club and looks set to replace Neil Lennon in the Celtic Park hot seat. Just how big a job is waiting for the former Bournemouth boss in Glasgow's East End and what does he have to do to improve thin…
 
Three things are certain in life: death, taxes and Scotland producing disappointing performances against Israel in international football fixtures. However, we followed up Sunday's poor showing with a comprehensive 4-0 win over the Faroe Islands and now sit second, and undefeated, in our World Cup qualifying group. We're very much still in the mix,…
 
They may not have a striker that can score goals, but Aberdeen do have a new manager. Former Dons player Stephen Glass has taken over from Derek McInnes, with reports he'll be joined by a backroom team including Scott Brown and Allan Russell in the near future. On this week's episode, Niall, Stefan and James discuss the appointment and whether it's…
 
It's just under three months until Scotland play their opening group match of Euro 2020, but before that there's the small matter of qualification for the 2022 World Cup. Steve Clarke's men face Austria, Israel (of course) and the Faroe Islands in the space of a week at the end of March. And we now know who's been included in the squad for these ga…
 
It's felt inevitable for months, but Rangers have finally been confirmed as Scottish Premiership champions for the first time in a decade. Steven Gerrard's side have done it in style - they've won the title with six games to spare, conceding just nine goals and losing no matches to date. So how did they do it? Niall and Stefan are joined by Alex Ma…
 
Football’s coming home… maybe… in 2030… according to Boris Johnson. The Prime Minister’s announced plans for a joint UK and Republic of Ireland bid for the 2030 finals which would see some games played north of the border. James, Andrew and Niall discuss their thoughts on the potential bid and try to answer the tough questions. What benefits would …
 
Celtic have finally done the one thing the whole of Scottish football have been waiting for them to do for much of the season: they've parted ways with Neil Lennon. The Northern Irish coach departs Celtic Park after a tremendously turbulent season in which Rangers have strolled to the Scottish Premiership title admist an almighty dumpster fire in t…
 
Things couldn't be going any better for Rangers right now. Flying the flag for Scotland in the Europa League, sitting comfortable at the top of the Scottish Premiership table and their main domestic rivals - Celtic and Aberdeen - are doing their best to ignore calls from the fans to sack their managers. However, that's not say everything will remai…
 
It'll be March before we find out when the lower leagues and women's football in Scotland will resume. The Scottish FA’s confirmed that the Scottish Government won't commit to return dates due to the current Covid-19 situation. It's a blow for clubs who had put forward a plan which would've seen games get back under this month, and involved the reg…
 
Well, that was a little busier than normal! Deadline Day™ in Scotland is usually a rather dull affair, as we look jealously across the border at the stupid amount of money being spent in English football. But this time around it was pretty fun! Celtic sold some player, Rangers bought a few, some Hibs players tried to get Hibs to sell them and then …
 
Celtic's season just seems to be getting weirder and weirder. As if the club's bizarre twilight zone approach to dealing with Neil Lennon isn't bad enough it now seems as though one of the club's brightest, young players is on his way out the door. On Tuesday after the Celtic manager confirmed that the Scottish champions had accepted a bid for Jere…
 
The current COVID pandemic has turned a lot of football on its head. Celtic are imploding, Livingston are pushing for Europe and the lower leagues of the SPFL may not even finish their league campaigns. However, one thing that does seem to have remained immune to something as drastic as a global pandemic are Derek McInnes' Aberdeen side. And that's…
 
If Celtic fans think their team have issues now then they may want to take a moment to consider how this current squad may look next season. The Parkhead side will almost certainly have a new manager, but it’ll also have a number of new faces in defence, midfield and attack. But rather than be a result of extensive scouting and exceptional recruitm…
 
There was an issue with this week's extra podcast when it was published this morning, meaning that it cut out mid-way through the episode. We'd like to apologise for the problem and have decided just to stick the full episode out on the normal podcast stream to save us having to spam anymore email inboxes. Enjoy! See acast.com/privacy for privacy a…
 
It was all going so well. Hibs were unbeaten in five games heading into their Boxing Day clash against Rangers - they’re now on a three game losing streak. Home losses to lowly Ross County and a resurgent Livingston followed a narrow 1-0 defeat at Ibrox. It leaves them three points behind Aberdeen despite having played two games more than the Dons.…
 
The new year looks set to kick off with a bang, when Celtic travel to Ibrox to face Rangers in an Old Firm derby that will undoubtedly lead to all sorts of drama and consquences. Whoever loses, we all seem to win. Either Neil Lennon's time as Celtic manager will come to an end after an emphatic Rangers side or Steven Gerrard will face further quest…
 
On Saturday we (finally) have the 2019/20 Scottish Cup final, as Hearts and Celtic face off at an empty but almost certainly wet and windy Hampden stadium. Robbie Neilson's side come into the game in good form as they sit comfortable at the top of the Scottish Championship table, well on their way to picking up what many assume will be little more …
 
On Monday afternoon Scotland were drawn against Denmark, Austria, Israel, Molodova and the Faroe Islands for the coming 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign. There's no doubt that Steve Clarke's were afforded a fair amount of luck as the nation avoided any of the big hitters in European football, but that's not to say Denmark, Ausrtia or even Israel …
 
It wasn’t so long ago that many were fearing the worst for Callum Davidson and his plucky St Johnstone side. Straight off the back of Tommy Wright leaving the keys to the kingdom to the novice coach, Davidson started his inaugural season as a football manager with one draw, two wins and 10 games in charge. In a season that was already putting unfai…
 
Following Celtic's 2-2 draw with Hibs in the Scottish Premiership Niall, James and Stefan sit down to discuss the current conundrum that Neil Lennon's side find themselves in and whether or not this season's league title is now out of their grasp. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
On this week’s extra podcast we discuss what went wrong for the Scotland Under 21s and also take a look at what young Scottish players could be knocking on the door for a place in the senior squad next summer. If you'd like to listen to the full episode click on the link here and subscribe. Thanks! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info…
 
Although the international break hasn't completely finished, Stefan and Niall have already turned their attention to another fantastic weekend of Scottish Premiership fixtures. In particular, Hibs welcome Celtic on Saturday followed by Rangers hosting Aberdeen in two games that could have a dramatic impact on how things look at the top of the leagu…
 
On such a momentous occasion we decided to make this week's extra podcast free for all to enjoy. If you like what you hear and you'd like to support the podcast please considering subscribing to our website here for more content and shows! On this week's EXTRA podcast Stefan, Niall and Euan sit down to give their reaction to Scotland beating Serbia…
 
On this week's podcast Niall and Stefan use the international break to take stock of how the Scottish Premiership looks after around one third of the fixtures played. Looking ahead to the rest of the league campaign, who can we say has been the best player in the league to date? Let's take a look at the performances and numbers to find out. If you'…
 
A 1-0 win over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park may not seem like the most significant victory in the history of football, but all three points for Rangers put Steven Gerrard's side nine points above Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership table and was the latest example of just how well the Ibrox side are doing. But have Rangers really improved on …
 
On this week’s extra podcast we sat down with Byron Hutchison from the website Football From Afar to round-up some of the most impressive Scottish players on the continent that could be staking a claim in Steve Clarke’s national team before too long. To listen to the full podcast head here and sign up for as little as 73p a week to get access to al…
 
On this week's main podcast Andrew, Euan and Stefan take a look at Derek McInnes' Aberdeen team after their dramatic 3-3 draw with Celtic in the Scottish Premiership. Aheaad of their Scottish cup semi-final we try to figure out just how good the Pittodrie side are and how far they can go. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Although a point against Aberdeen in the "New Firm" derby is by no means a poor result for recently-promoted Dundee United, just three victories from their first 11 Scottish Premiership games isn't entirely impressive either. On this week's main podcast Niall and Stefan take a look at the numbers behind Micky Mellon's team and try to figure out whe…
 
On this week's extra podcast Niall and Stefan take a look at First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's decision to join other MSPs in calling for Sky Sports to broadcast this weekend's Old Firm derby between Celtic and Rangers for free. Is it fair? Is it even possible? Be sure to check out the full episode by clicking on the link here and taking out a subcr…
 
On this week's episode James and Euan sit down with Stefan to discuss the main contenders for this season's Scottish Championship title. Is it going to be a one-horse race with Hearts leading the way or do other clubs have something up their sleeve? As referenced on the show, Euan put together a comprehensive guide to this season's campaign with de…
 
On this week's episode Stefan and Niall take in the dramatically closing of the summer transfer window by casting their eyes back over the last 2-3 months to figure out which Scottish Premiership club made the most impressive signings and managed to shave off the most dead weight. Enjoy! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Celtic may have just thumped Hibs 3-0 in the Scottish Premiership, but questions remain over Neil Lennon's squad and whether the Northern Irish coach is taking them forwards or backwards. As ever, the gang dig through the stats to underline or debunk some of the major concerns about this Celtic team. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out in…
 
On today’s podcast, Niall and Stefan dig into the numbers behind St Johnstone's first eight games and try to figure out whether David Davidson’s side are due an upturn in form or whether they’re in real trouble this season. You can enjoy the full podcast here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Off the back of Sunday's 2-2 draw between Hibernian and Rangers, Euan, James and Stefan take a look at Steven Gerrard's squad and breakdown the stats, tactics and results to see if there are any obvious faults or weaknesses in the Ibrox side. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
On this week's bonus episode of TheTwoPointOne Stefan sat down with French football expert Robert Bairner to discuss Fraser Hornby's summer move to Stade de Reims and whether the young Scotland U21 international could hit the ground running and make a name for himself in the French top flight. To listen to the full episode head along to our website…
 
On this week's podcast Niall, James and Stefan take a look at Hibs' strong start to the Scottish Premiership season and breakdown the stats to see if Jack Ross' side are legitimate contenders for third place or just riding a wave of good fortune ahead of tough tests against Rangers and Celtic. Enjoy! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out in…
 
On this week's episode Niall, James and Stefan look back over Scotland's 1-1 draw with Israel and 2-1 victory over the Czech Republic to tally up the positives and negatives going forward. We then wrap up the episode looking at potential play-off opponents Norway and where they could hurt Scotland. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info…
 
On this week’s extra podcast Stefan and Euan sit down to discuss the criticism that has been levelled at Scotland striker Oli McBurnie this week and then dig through the Sheffield United goascorer’s stats to see if the doubters have a point. Our extra podcasts are exclusively for our paid subscribers. If you would like to get access to all of our e…
 
On this week’s podcast Niall, James and Andrew take a look at a reborn Aberdeen team that have emerged from the ashes of a dreadful start to the season and now actually seem to be quite enjoyable to watch. Is it all down to new signing Ross McCrorie? Or has Derek McInnes made some crucial tactical changes? And even if they are a little easier on th…
 
On this week’s extra podcast Stefan, Andrew and Euan sit down to discuss the latest Scotland squad that was announced this week to face Israel and the Czech Republic. Does Steve Clarke have a new formation up his sleeve? Is there a solution to that gaping hole in defence? And will Lyndon Dykes be Scotland’s next great striker? All of that and more …
 
On this week's episode of the main podcast Niall, Stefan and James take a look at Motherwell dreadful start to the season that has seen the Steelmen fail to win any of their opening five games in the Scottish Premiership. As ever, we take a look at the underlying stats and trends in Stephen Robinson’s squad and then try to answer the question on ev…
 
On this week's main episode of TheTwoPointOne Niall, James and Stefan take a look at Dundee United’s start to the new Scottish Premiership season and try to draw some conclusions from Micky Mellon’s first four competitive games in charge of the Tannadice club. If you enjoy the show and want to help us keep it going please consider taking out a subs…
 
On this week's show Stefan and James are joined by sports journalist Euan Booth Robertson to discuss the news that Aberdeen and Celic would have their next two Scottish Premiership games suspended, following reports that their players had broke COVID-19 protocols. Enjoy! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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