Former Rangers and Dundee United midfielder, Charlie Miller sits down with Si to discuss his football career which saw him work with a plethora of the game's biggest characters including Gazza, Ally McCoist and Walter Smith.
Charlie provides an entertaining insight into his rollercoaster career from the highs of setting up Brian Laudrup's winner to seal 9 in a Row to his disappointing departure from Ibrox.
He also discusses his career thereafter which included moves abroad to Norway, Belgium and Australia along with four enjoyable years back home with Dundee United.
Andy McLaren returns to KTBOG to discuss the latest topics from the world of football with our series regulars Mark Guidi and Simon Ferry.
Si Ferry sits down with former Celtic captain, Jackie McNamara to discuss his long and illustrious career as he discusses his highs and lows with a few hilarious stories about the characters he's played with down the years.
This week, Simon and Mark are joined by Scottish broadcasting stalwart, Hugh Keevins as the panel discuss whether VAR should be introduced to Scottish Football; the role of a football 'Hard Man' in the modern game; a preview of this weekend's Rangers v Celtic match and some old tales from Hugh on the characters he's met over the years covering the game in Scotland.
Alex Rae sits down with Si Ferry to discuss the ups and downs and many funny moments from this thoroughly entertaining interview with the ex-Rangers man.
He chats us through his early release from his boyhood club as a youth player and his proceeding moves to the likes of Falkirk, Millwall, Sunderland and Wolves with some great tales about his former teammates including Teddy Sheringham, Nial Quinn and Paul Ince.
The conversation then moves onto his dream return to Rangers and the experiences of winning the league on a dramatic final day in 2005 and what it was like back living in Glasgow's goldfish bowl.
This week Simon and Mark are joined by former Celtic Forward, Kris Commons as the boys discuss Scott Brown's International Retirement, Gary Neville's lambasting of Arsenal, Cup Final memories and new signing initiations!
Si Ferry gets a blether with Scotland internationalist and former Celtic and Hearts striker, Tony Watt.
In a very open and honest interview, Tony talks about the many highs experienced in his career so far including his debut for Celtic, playing with and under some of his idols and of course his famous winner against Barcelona in the Champions league.
He also discusses some of the challenges he's faced in his time as a professional and his plans for the future as he looks to get back to playing regular football again in order to make the most of his gifted talent.