Si sits down with Davie Weir to discuss his long and illustrious career which started out as an American scholarship leading to spells with Falkirk, Hearts, Everton and becoming captain of his boyhood club, Rangers
Dundee Captain, Darren O'Dea joins us for the podcast this week as we look to review last weekend's William Hill Scottish Cup Final as well as taking a look back on the Scottish Football season as a whole. The lads also preview this weekend's Real Madrid v Liverpool Champions League final with Scotland's very own Andy Robertson participating.
We've got a Scottish Cup Final Special for you this week on Keeping the Ball on the Ground as we're joined by former Celtic winger, Paddy McCourt and ex-Motherwell striker, Michael Higdon as the boys look ahead to this weekend's big game as well as look back on their own memories from Scotland's premier cup competition.
In Episode 2 of our sit down with Stephen McManus, the big defender starts with telling Si about how his appointment as Celtic captain came about following Neil Lennon's departure from the club.
With the armband came big responsibility as he reflects on his first season as captain as the team had to haul back a massive points deficit in the last few games of the 07-08 season to clinch their 3rd title in a row and Stephen's first as skipper.
Stephen also reflects on the more difficult times at Celtic including Gordon Strachan's disappointing last season and the introduction of Tony Mowbray which saw him out the door of his boyhood club.
From there, the boys discuss the rest of Stephen's career down south with Middlesbrough and back up the road with Motherwell where he was apart of a mighty battle to stay in the top division when a relegation play-off was on the cards against old rivals Rangers.
Alex Rae joins us this week to have a natter with the boys on everything that's got the world of football talking this week.
Andy McLaren returns to the show for a lengthy discussion on the layout of the SPFL Premiership Top 6 following Rangers' thrashing at the hands of Celtic and the departure of their manager, Graeme Murty as well as touching on the form of Aberdeen and Hibs going into the run-in.
Si Ferry sits down with former Hibs strikers Garry O'Connor as he talks us through the rollercoaster of his extremely eventful footballing career.
From breaking through with Hibs' golden generation to getting a big money move to Lokomotiv Moscow and returning to Britain to play for Birmingham city, the big man doesn't pull any punches in this candid reflection of the goal scorer's career.
The award-winning Scottish Football journalist, Hugh Mcdonald joins the podcast this week as the boys have been tasked with picking their SPFL Premiership Teams of the Season and there's some interesting choices to discuss! Plus they chat over Arsene Wenger's departure at Arsenal and the real leagacy he leaves behind as well as discussing the theory of 'bottlers' in football. A great listen and not one to miss!
Si Ferry sits down with former Celtic and Scotland Manager, Gordon Strachan for a chat on both his coaching career and playing days with the likes of Aberdeen, Man Utd and Leeds.
Funny, entertaining and as insightful as always, the boys are in good form as they look back on the standout moments from Gordon's career.