Women's football podcast, focusing on Scotland and beyond.
Hamilton assistant head coach Robert Watson is the guest as the team look back on a weekend where Glasgow City went top of the SWPL 1, goalkeeper Lauren Perry scored a dramatic late free-kick for Forfar Farmington, and the panel look ahead to a midweek card that includes an Old Firm derby at Celtic Park and bottom two facing off.
They also talk where the SWPL 2 currently stands, the abuse in women’s football, and Robert takes on the pundits in the latest instalment of Anyone’s Game versus the SWPL.anyonesgame.substack.com
Where is the SWPL 2?
Motherwell’s Lisa Swanson joins the Anyone’s Game podcast this week, alongside host Kenny Boag, as well as Robbie Hanratty and Gordon McColm.
The top topic remains the lack of return for SWPL 2, and Lisa - who has been loaned to Kilmarnock - explains her frustration at the lack of information about if the season will ever get finished.
The team also look back at the weekend’s action, with Robbie and Gordon taking in separate games, and Lisa takes on the pundits as Kenny takes no prisoners in his quiz.
SWPL 1 predictions: Who is going to finish where?
Ahead of the return, six of the Anyone’s Game team predict who will finish where in the top flight.
Kenny Boag and Robbie Hanratty look ahead to all four games being played this afternoon, before they and Andrew Southwick, Gordon McColm, Sandrine Wyrich and Peter Quinn put their head on the block to predict how the final table will look come the end of the season.
Bonus episode: Celtic head coach Fran Alonso and Stirling University's Mariluz Sanchez
Every football career is unique – Celtic manager Fran Alonso and Stirling University player Mariluz Sanchez both found their way from Spain to Scotland.
In this feature for Anyone’s Game they tell their story and discuss the places that shaped their career.
They reflect on arriving in Scotland and the experiences they collected so far and explain how football here is different to football in Spain.
Alonso and Sanchez also share their views on how the women’s game is progressing in general and how they and their teams are currently dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Leanne Crichton part two: Scotland, the World Cup, and refereeing in women's football
Part two of Anyone’s Game’s podcast with Glasgow City’s Leanne Crichton focuses on her international career, where she earned 72 caps for Scotland.
Leanne talks passionately about the standard of refereeing in the women's game, how the 2019 Women's World Cup was used as a guinea pig, as well as how she managed to deal with setbacks such as the Argentina game.
She also draws up the comparison between Champions League nights with Glasgow City to representing her country at a major tournament.
Running the World: Celtic manager Fran Alonso and Stirling University's Mariluz Sanches
For this episode of Running the World, Anyone’s Game caught up with Stirling University player Mariluz Sanches and Celtic manager Fran Alonso to find out more about the differences between Spanish and Scottish football.
Rounding the episode off, our panellists put the spotlight on star players in the national leagues of Spain, Italy and Germany.
Good insightful talk of ladies football