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A Scottish football podcast that’s aiming for the top corner – featuring insight and opinions you weren’t expect, Free Kick discusses the big stories and features from around Scottish football


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We Can Still Rise Now...

We Can Still Rise Now...

2021-06-1601:16:08

The Czechs have come and gone so now we're off to Wembley, where England stand between us and Euro 2020 salvation.We speak to Sky Sports commentator Ian Crocker about Monday's 2-0 loss to the Czech Republic and where Steve Clarke's men go from there.Former Scotland coach Craig Brown looks back on Euro 96 and that game at Wembley while Jim McCalliog, part of the famous Scotland team to win in London back in 1967 tells us what it's like to score a winning goal for us on that hallowed turf.We also take a sideways look at the Croatia game next Tuesday and hear from Lovre Nikolac, a Croatian football podcaster, who tells us what Scotland can expect. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Scotland, Bonnie Scotland

Scotland, Bonnie Scotland

2021-06-1001:00:50

We've got Euros fever as Scotland are about to embark on their first major men's tournament appearance in 23 years.Steve Clarke, Andy Robertson and Scott McTominay - we've got none of them on the show, but we do hear from Czech football writer Tomas Danicek to give us the lowdown on Scotland's first opponents, Czech Republic.Football writer Jonny McFarlane also joins us to look ahead to the tournament and which players could make a difference for ClarkePlus, we're joined by rock band The LaFontaines to talk about the new national anthem (their words) 'Scotland, Bonnie Scotland' - the song the fans are all singing Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
To the end

To the end

2021-06-0447:48

The SWPL comes to a climax this weekend as Glasgow City and Celtic's Women battle for the title, with Rangers right behind them, looking to nick a Champions League spot.We hear from Glasgow City coach Scott Booth and defender Janine Van Wyk as they prepare for the final day clash with Rangers, while Celtic boss Fran Alonso also joins us to give his perspectiveFootball writer Phil Gordon talks to us about Celtic's pursuit of Ange Postecoglou and Scotland's preparations for Euro 2020, including Wednesday's 2-2 draw with the Netherlands. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
St Johnstone are Scottish Cup Winners, Dundee are back into Premiership and Dundee United have parted company with Micky Mellon - Tayside is the place to be this week and we've got Courier sports writer Eric Nicolson to tell us what's been happeningGarry Grandison of Kelty Hearts looks to the future following his team's promotion to the SPFLBroadcaster and journalist Heather Dewar talks us through a nail-biting finale in the Women's Premier LeagueDavid Smith, Ayr United's chairman, discusses their new partnership with Burnley and looks forward to meeting Kilmarnock in the Championship Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Cup Final Fever

Cup Final Fever

2021-05-1901:15:02

It's Scottish Cup Final week as Hibernian and St Johnstone prepare to do battle at Hampden for the last silverware of the season.Getting hyped up for the game are celebrity fans Grant Stott (Hibs) and Stuart Cosgrove (St Johnstone) as they discuss the build up and reminisce on their respective team's previous success in the competition.Broadcaster and journalist Chick Young reviews the action from the weekend and former Kilmarnock manager Lee Clark joins us to discuss his former team's chances in the Premiership play-off against Dundee this week.We've also got the Scotland Euro 2020 squad and news of a managerial departure in the Championship Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Saints are coming

The Saints are coming

2021-05-1201:04:10

Michael Grant of The Times looks back at the Scottish Cup semi finals, including St Johnstone's path to another cup final this season; Rangers announced new signing Fashion Sakala from Belgian side Oostende last week, so Scott Coyne from The Belgian Football Podcast joins us to give us the lowdown on the Zambian international; Gavin Skelton takes us back to the 2006 Scottish Cup when his Gretna team took on Hearts and Auchinleck Talbot manager Tommy Sloan discusses how the Covid pandemic has affected his team as they look to return to action Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Streams can come true

Streams can come true

2021-05-0650:34

Free Kick launches with three great guests to discuss what's going on in Scottish football. Daily Record sports writer David McCarthy looks back on the weekend that was, Edinburgh City commentator Graham Nisbet talks streams and how it's helped the League Two side while author Alex Gordon ponders Celtic and what lies ahead after a season to forget Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A Scottish football podcast that’s aiming for the top corner – featuring insight and opinions you weren’t expect, Free Kick discusses the big stories and features from around Scottish football.Free Kick is hosted by Craig Anderson, a freelance writer and occasional podcaster, who has written for and covered games for many of the top newspapers in Scotland including the Daily Record, The Scottish Sun and Nutmeg. Also used to host on RockSport Radio in Glasgow between 2014 and 2015 and taking first steps into football podcasting. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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