November 20, 2017
Si Ferry sits down with one of British football's biggest personalities, Frank McAvennie. In part 1 of our 2 part interview with the West Ham and Celtic cult icon, Frank discusses his early football upbringing growing up in the Milton and sacrificing his football to go watch his beloved Celtic every week.
A late developer to the professional game, he talks through his quick ascension up the footballing ranks from getting his start at St Mirren to moving down south with West Ham during a period which saw them become agonisingly close to securing the First Division title.
No interview would be complete of course without getting a word from Frank on the London nightlife he enjoyed as he tells us how his life changed overnight after he appeared on the talkshow 'Wogan' which saw him claim instant celebrity status.
He also discusses how the boy from the stands ended up living the dream after moving to Celtic to play under his idol Billy McNeill. A moment of pride for both him and his family.
November 13, 2017
In the final episode of our three-part series, James chats with Si about his Scotland career which saw him become one of the country's top performers during his era.
He discusses each of the different managers he would play under with Scotland and the big moments which occurred during each of those regimes.
James goes into detail on the highs and lows that he experienced during his Scotland career from scoring against the world's top teams to disappointingly being frozen out by Craig Levein.
A very entertaining, open and honest chat with one of Scotland's most iconic players in recent times.
November 7, 2017
In part 2 of our sit-down chat with James McFadden, the playmaker reminisces about his days with Everton after signing under fellow Scot, David Moyes.
He discusses how he adapted as a young boy moving away from home for the first time to settle in at the club as well as providing an insight into some of the colourful characters he used to play with including Tommy Gravesen and Duncan Ferguson.
McFadden also discusses his time away from Everton, signing for Birmingham City which ultimately saw him return to the Merseyside club following a frustrating spell of injuries in the Midlands.
Now back playing in his native Scotland, he speaks to Si about his plans for the future when he decides to hang up his boots.
October 31, 2017
Episode 1 of our 3 part series with James McFadden takes us right back to the start with the forward chatting to Si about his working class background and how that environment allowed him to develop his creative style of play and gave him his gallus approach to taking senior football head on.
He recalls some great stories from his time breaking through at Motherwell and discusses the benefit it gave him in bringing on his game at a young age compared to coming through at either of the Celtic or Rangers academies.
The boys also talk about his departure from Motherwell and how close a move to boyhood heroes Celtic actually came before he left for Everton in the Premier League.
October 17, 2017
In our final instalment with Barry Ferguson, the Scotland international takes us through the recovery from Paul Le Guen's departure with Walter Smith returning as Manager and bringing success back to the club.
That success includes Rangers run to the UEFA Cup Final in 2008 which Barry looks back fondly on despite the regret of the team not doing themselves justice in the end.
The conversation moves on to the infamous Scotland camp under George Burley, labeled 'Boozegate' which led to the end of Barry's Scotland and ultimately Rangers career. He talks openly and frank to Si about his perspective on the situation and what exactly happened over those few days.
The midfielder wraps up our chat by looking back on his time with Birmingham where he clinched a League Cup winners medal versus Arsenal as well as discussing his plans to get into coaching following his stint with lower league, Clyde.
October 9, 2017
In our 2nd instalment with Barry Ferguson, the former Scotland skipper opens up on how over celebrating Rangers' 2003 league win nearly cost them the Scottish Cup Final the following week.
He gives Si the details on how his move to Blackburn came about, his experiences with Souness and the Premier League as well as why he was desperate to get back to Rangers as soon as he made the move.
Barry goes on to give an incredible insight into the Paul Le Guen era at Rangers which saw him banished by the Frenchman during a tumultuous time at Ibrox.
October 2, 2017
In the first instalment of our Barry Ferguson series, we sit down with one of Rangers' most decorated players to talk through what has been a rollercoaster career.
Barry talks Si through his early days at the club and how a tough but fair education from the likes of John Brown, Gazza and Laudrup influenced his strong mentality when going on to play for the Rangers first team.
He also discusses the big moments that occurred during a period which saw him become one of the top players in the country and handed the captaincy as a young man in a dressing room full of experienced internationals.
September 16, 2017
In a must see 4th instatment of our series, Scott gives a phenomenal insight into the last couple of years of his Celtic career including his disappointment in losing the chance to win 4 in a row with Celtic which resulted in Gordon Strachan's exit.
He is also gives a rarely heard insight into his stormy relationship with Tony Mowbray and how he felt he was being singled out by the manager and pushed towards the exit door.
September 13, 2017
Scott McDonald relives his glory days with Celtic and looks back at the famous European nights he enjoyed with the club including scoring the winner against the reigning European Champions AC Milan.
He also recalls the highlight of his career in winning the league title at Tannadice in 2008 following a Herculean comeback in the last 7 games of the season which involved two massive matches against rivals Rangers.
September 7, 2017
The elephant in the room is addressed in Episode 2 as Scott gives his insight into Helicopter Sunday and what his immediate thoughts were following the game including which teammate managed to pick him up out of the chaos.
The boys also go on to chat about the bid that was received by Rangers for Scott and what his views were on a potential move to Ibrox.
However, he goes on to beam about his dream move to Celtic Park and discusses the start to his career with the Hoops as well as the excellent education he received under Gordon Strachan.