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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.

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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.

    The jobbers who went up a hill but came down a mountain

    The jobbers who went up a hill but came down a mountain

    Shaughan McGuigan and Craig G Telfer combine forces to discuss the comings and goings in the lower leagues over the past week. Despite only looking at three games in depth, they somehow end up gassing for 80 minutes. Ayr United's win over Dundee, Partick Thistle's mini-resurgence and Annan Athletic get the special treatment.
     
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    • 1 hr 22 min
    Living Rent-Free

    Living Rent-Free

    Craig Cairns and Chris Iwelumo link up once again to talk about Chris facing off against Diego Maradona's Argentina side, the "clarification" of the handball rule and the pressure on Celtic manager Neil Lennon.
     
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    • 31 min
    Did Hibs bring on a coach?

    Did Hibs bring on a coach?

    Tony Anderson steps into the host's chair this week to look back over the Scottish Premiership weekend. Helping Tony to break down every game on tonight's episode is:
    - Joel Sked to look at Celtic dropping yet more points in the title race and Rangers looking every bit the real deal.
    - Duncan McKay to debate whether it's already too late for Accies to make a change and Killie overcoming an early red to heap further pain on County.
    - And Gary Cocker to wonder whether Livingston will be able to figure things out and if St Johnstone need a new plan of attack.
     
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    • 1 hr 59 min
    Taking all the credit

    Taking all the credit

    Craig Cairns is joined by Chris Iwelumo to go over the elation of Scotland's Euro 2020 qualification in Belgrade before being brought down back to earth by the results in Slovakia and Israel. Along the way they talk staying professional when you just want to lose your sh*t, the criticism of Oli McBurnie and that miss against Norway.
     
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    • 32 min
    Working on the Forth Bridge with tuberculosis

    Working on the Forth Bridge with tuberculosis

    Fowler is joined by Shaughan and Rob to share their frustrations over Scotland's failure to earn promotion in the Nations League. They discuss the familiarities, the positive differences and where the team went wrong in Wednesday's 1-0 defeat to Israel. They finish with a look at the first ever football international, a match between Scotland and England in 1872.
     
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    • 52 min
    Twenty. Million. Pounds.

    Twenty. Million. Pounds.

    Fowler is joined by Tony and Thom to cover Scotland's frustrating 1-0 defeat to Slovakia in the Nations League. Was Steve Clarke right to make so many changes? Is this further evidence of Scotland's radical improvement despite the result? And what to make of Oli McBurnie? The trio then finish things off with getting to Germany 0, Scotland 1, the next in our countdown of the moment memorable ever Scotland games.
     
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    • 52 min

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4.4 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

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Cheers from Canada

Great job guys. Love the multiple-division coverage you give. There is more to Scottish football then the old firm. Keep up the good work!
Mike from Ottawa

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