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Sportsound Podcast: 28 Feb 21 St Johnstone League Cup winners
St Johnstone win the Scottish League Cup for the first time in their history as Shaun Rooney's header earns victory over Livingston. Post-match reaction from Callum Davidson.
Sportsound Podcast : 27 Feb 21. A round-up of Saturday's Premiership action.
The Sportsound pundits discuss Saturday's action including Celtic's win over Aberdeen - in John Kennedy's first match in charge, plus wins for Motherwell & St Mirren.
Sportsound Podcast: 26 Feb 21
Michael Stewart and Richard Foster discuss @RangersFC v @slavia_eng in the Europa Lge. We hear from @CelticFC John Kennedy & @ScottBrown8 plus preview the League Cup final.
Sportsound Podcast: 25 Feb 21 Rangers 5-2 Antwerp
Reaction to an incredible Europa League tie as Rangers win 5-2 at home to Antwerp (9-5 on aggregate) to qualify for the last 16 of the tournament.
Sportsound Podcast: 24 Feb 21
Reaction to Neil Lennon's Celtic departure with Paul Lambert, Alan Stubbs, Pat Bonner, James McFadden and Steven Thompson
Sportsound Podcast: 23 Feb 21
Scotland v Portugal reaction, we talk to Inverness CT chief executive Scot Gardiner & discuss dementia and football following the diagnosis of Scotland legend Gordon McQueen
Customer ReviewsSee All
Good but sack clown Michael Stewart and rent-a-critic Tom English
It's a fairly good programme with plenty of coverage of football all over UK.
However, employing the ear burning Michael Stewart and rent-a-critic Tom English is letting the BBC down. Stewart is a complete and utter moron who makes his pundatry up, and the man is obviously bitter that he never played for Rangers as every chance he gets he trusts to use his media position against them.
There's plenty of better pundits and journalists on there and those two would be better off binned.
Only interested in old firm
Filled with ex Ragers players who are basically the new club cheerleaders so it’s low quality punditry apart from Richard Gordon and Michael Stewart who are true professionals!