Podcast by The BitO'Red Supporters Trust
Raff Cretaro drops in ahead of Harps at home // BORST Podcast 021 //
The legend that is Raff Cretaro joins Magoo, Shaun & Conor on this week's pod. Raff chats about his 20 years in the League of Ireland, the best teams he played in, the magical game against St Pat's in the Showgrounds in 2012, where it all stated and what he's up to in retirement.
Aidan McNeilis from Finn Harps calls in to look ahead to the northwest derby on Saturday.
And the lads discuss the 1-1 draw against Shams. There's Shouts from the Shed End and another chance to win with The White Hag!
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Cawley Calling & Friday I'm in LOIve lads drop in // BORST Podcast 020 //
It's episode 20 of the pod and we're joined by Son of Sligo Alan Cawley to discuss his career in football and broadcasting, the that state of the footballing nation and how the Bit O'Red are shaping up under Liam Buckley.
We look back on the 3 points in Longford with your Shouts from the Shed End.
With Shams in town on Saturday, the lads from the Friday's I'm in LOIve pod drop in to tell us about their new and very popular podcast offering and also to look ahead to the clash of the Rovers.
Our wonderful sponsor The White Hag Brewing Company have provided us with a case of their new Kolsch style Keltoi beer to give away on the pod. It's very easy to be in with a chance to win, you just take a pic during the Rovers v Shams game, post it to Twitter and tag @BitORedTrust and @TheWhiteHag - simples!
Gary Buckley & Kieran Burke from BTS // BORST Podcast 019 //
This week we're joined by Gary Buckley for an in-depth interview about his move to the northwest from Cork City. Why he left his hometown club, the progress made in the Showgrounds over the last year and how persuasive Conor O'Grady's Cork accent can be...
We look back at the win over Waterford, Kieran Burke from BTS joins us to discuss Friday's game in Longford and there's more!
Yes, there's more! BIG NEWS! We have a new sponsor, The guys at The White Hag Brewery have joined forces with the pod and come on board as our new sponsor and we've got a beer and pizza and beer-related price to give away this week!
Bit O'Red in the Black - Club Treasurer Special // BORST Podcast 018 //
Fresh from this year's virtual AGM, club Treasurer David Rowe joins the pod to report on the club's financial situation - it's not bad but it's not great, which is pretty good...
We look back on the promising start at home to Dundalk, hear from Waterford supporter Owen Power ahead of the trip to the South East and speak to one of the people involved in a project that hopes to open the League of Ireland up to the Polish Community in Ireland.
Season Preview with Liam Buckley // BORST Podcast 017 //
A bumper pre-season episode of the podcast featuring an extended interview with #BitORed manager Liam Buckley.
New feature 'Shouts From the Shed End' gets its first outing on the pod, [and maybe it's last ... who knows?]
Shaun, Magoo, Gerrard and Conor discuss the BORST's latest community engagement project where every child born in Sligo University Hosptial is presented with a Sligo Rovers jersey; the brainchild of Chief Operating Officer, Mr G. O'Connor.
We also cross enemy lines ahead of Saturday's game against Dundalk to Ken from The Men Who Saved Football podcast to get the view from County Louth.
Jordan Gibson // BORST Podcast 016 //
With the new League of Ireland season only around the corner, the lads on the pod try to get to grips with a starting XI.
Kenny to start? Romeo out wide? And what about new signing Jordan Gibson?
Jordan joins the pod to tell us about his time since arriving in the North West, how Eoin Doyle gave him the low down on the #BitORed before signing and where we can expect him to play under Liam Buckley.
We're also joined by the Trust's Chief Operating Officer, Gerrard O'Connor.
There's no Johnny Kenny chat in this week's pod... 🤫
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I am a Dublin based fan .
In normal times I attend some away games and travel to Showgrounds for others returning to Dublin immediately after the game.
The podcast fills that gap that is part of the enjoyment of following your team ie the chat, the analysis, the rumours.
That’s not something that an away fan can easily find and so the podcast does that very well.
Well done lads
Really enjoyed the stories from the Dannies and the gaffer interview.
Keep them coming.