Si Ferry Meets… Louis Moult

December 11, 2018

Si Ferry sits down with Motherwell’s most recent goal scoring hero, Louis Moult as he tells us candidly about his difficult pathway to Fir Park as well as giving us a fantastic insight into his eventful 3 years at the club.


Keeping the Ball on the Ground w/ Kevin Kyle & Paul Slane

December 4, 2018

In Kevin Kyle's own words, it's 45 minutes of carnage for you this week! Two of our most popular guests have been brought together for a hilarious edition of the podcast as we're talking all things Christmas Nights Out as the festive party season is now upon us. Enjoy!


Si Ferry Meets… Chick Young & Hugh Keevins

December 3, 2018

Si Ferry sits down with 2 veterans of the media game as Chick Young & Hugh Keevins talk us through some of the hilarious, crucial and poignant moments of their careers which has seen them work through some of the biggest and most dramatic moments in Scottish Football history.


Keeping the Ball on the Ground w/ Andy McLaren

November 27, 2018

Series regular Andy McLaren is back with us this week as the team look ahead to this weekend's League Cup Final as well as chatting about modern day players on social media and the recent unorthodox Managerial appointment at Republic of Ireland.


Si Ferry Meets… Ryan McGowan | Hearts , Scottish Cup, Managers, Rangers Offer, Dundee Utd & Oz

November 26, 2018

Great chat with Australian International and Hearts legend, Ryan McGowan as he candidly discusses his time with the Jambos from arriving in Edinburgh as a youth player to clinching one of the club’s most famous victories in the 5-1 defeat of Hibs in the Scottish Cup.

He reflects humorously on the different managers, of which there were many, and players he encountered throughout his time at Tynecastle which included a few tumultuous moments as chaos behind the scenes crept in to effect the dressing room.

There is also the topic of his proposed move to Rangers back in 2012 as he tells us how close he came to signing up for the Ibrox club.

Ryan speaks to Si on his other great pride of playing for Australia in the 2014 World Cup as well as his short spell at Dundee United.


Keeping the Ball on the Ground w/ Billy Sloan

November 20, 2018

One of the country's leading all time music journalists and big football fan, Billy Sloan is our special guest this week and this man has many a brilliant story to tell. Tales about Muhammed Ali, David Bowie, Pele, U2 and George Best to name but a few in this funny and fascinating insight from Billy.


Si Ferry Meets… Andy Robertson - Rise to Liverpool & Scotland Captain via Queens Park, DUFC & Hull

November 19, 2018

We’re delighted to welcome on one of the best left backs in the world at the moment with local boy, Andy Robertson joining Si for a chat about his incredible story which has led him to English giants, Liverpool.

Andy gives a fantastic insight into his career to date with plenty of great stories about the characters and laughs he’s had along the way with the likes of Queens Park, Dundee United and Hull.


Si Ferry Meets… Josh Windass - Life at Rangers, Accrington Stanley & Wigan

November 12, 2018

Wigan forward, Josh Windass sits down with us this week for as honest a chat as you’ll get on his career to date including most recently his time Rangers.

Josh discusses the excitement at signing for the Glasgow Giants and going on to play under an eventful era with Mark Warburton, Pedro Caixinha and Graeme Murty which weren’t without its talking points.


Keeping the Ball on the Ground w/ Paul Slane

November 6, 2018

Former Motherwell and Celtic winger Paul Slane joins the podcast for an hilarious chat this week as we cover the recent topics in Scottish football and also discuss our guest's eventful career as a player both on and off the pitch.


Si Ferry Meets… Gary Caldwell - Newcastle Education| Hibs| Celtic, Titles & Tough Times| Wigan

October 30, 2018

The newly appointed Patrick Thistle Manager sits down with us this this week as we go back to the start of his footballing career and chat right through his time with Newcastle, Hibs, Celtic and Wigan where he would also begin his management career.