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We've all experienced a popular manager leaving our team. It happens. Few of us, however, have reacted by filming ourselves punching a lifesize cardboard cutout of said manager, Adam is joined for a second time by Rangers supporter John Walker to make sense of the fallout from Steven Gerrard's departure. John, who hosts the Scots Abroad podcast and…
 
Old Firm Facts x Football Cliches x The Terrace. Three podcasts (and two Adams) come together for a look at football's unique language. A writer and editor for the Athletic, Adam Hurrey is the man behind Football Cliches. What started as a blog became a hugely popular Twitter account, book and podcast. Adam traces an enduring football cliche back t…
 
It would be fair to say that certain figures in Scottish football could have used a PR expert in recent days. Thankfully, media and comms professional Gordon Sheach was on hand to give his perspective on a recent incident that has had all of Scottish football talking about a particular League One club. The Tartan Scarf founder Gordon writes, tweets…
 
When it comes to eccentric, iconic, long-serving and occasionally cranky legendary managers, Scotland has Jim McLean and England has Brian Clough. Both of those names come up as Adam is joined by a Dundee United supporter and a Nottingham Forest fan. Alistair Heather is a documentary host, columnist and Scots language advocate, who's spent the last…
 
Bring a Rangers fan and an Everton fan together and there's one player who's guaranteed to come up. And after Adam's guests got Francis Jeffers out the way, they also had a chat about Duncan Ferguson. Rangers Review columnist Garry Carmody discusses Nathan Patterson's performances for club and country, the complex relationship between Rangers fans …
 
The New York Times has won 132 Pulitzer Prizes in its illustrious 170-year history, but it's only ever published one disclaimer involving the words 'Old', 'Firm' and 'liquidation'. New York Times Chief Soccer Correspondent Rory Smith tells Adam about explaining Celtic and Rangers to the world, working with Rafa Benitez, Steven Gerrard's managerial …
 
What does America's 44th President have in common with former Hearts, Rangers and Scotland defender David Weir? More than you'd think, if a memorable article from one of Adam's guests is anything to go by. Neil Cameron has spent 30 years in Scottish sports journalism, and he discusses the lighter side to Jim McLean that he discovered when ghostwrit…
 
After the season's first Edinburgh derby, Adam is joined by guests from both sides of the divide. Edinburgh Evening News and The Scotsman journalist Barry Anderson discusses the importance of Craig Gordon, what's changed at Hearts since the Brora Rangers embarrassment, why we need to do more in terms of marketing our game, chasing Vladimir Romanov …
 
Say what you like about the Old Firm Facts podcast, but it's almost certainly the only Scottish football show released this week to feature an unexpected cameo from an Olympic gold medallist doing her laundry. That appearance occurs thanks to ESPN commentator and football author Mark Donaldson. He discusses what Hearts becoming Britain's biggest fa…
 
Celtic's failure to score a last-gasp equaliser after deciding not to return the ball to a Rangers side who had deliberately put the ball out of play may have robbed us of seven days of conspiracies, thinkpieces and Twitter rage, but there was still plenty for Adam and his guests to get stuck into. Sky Sports News transfer guru and news editor Anth…
 
The Old Firm Facts podcast has hit 20 episodes, and Adam is joined by two excellent guests to celebrate that milestone. Daily Record sportswriter talks about how Denis Law became his hero, his frustration with the treatment of youth football in Scotland, how the Scottish press have responded to Ange Postecoglou, Brockville memories, the nasty side …
 
As Scotland reels from the news that Jermain Defoe went for lunch, Adam is fortunate to be joined by two fantastic guests from the media in his attempt to make sense of it all. Journalist and academic Jennifer M Jones talks about covering League Two matches, the relationship between clubs and the media, Rangers charging reporters for access, Billy …
 
Ever sent an abusive tweet to a social media admin? Ever accused a commentator of being biased against your team because his voice was slightly higher when the team you don't like scored than when the team you do like scored? This week, Adam's joined by two guests who've been on the receiving end. Former FIFA, SFA and SPFL social media admin David …
 
"Inject the cinch baby". Those words from Albion Rovers encapsulated a spectacular few days in Scottish football, and Adam is joined by two fantastic guests to try and make sense of it all. BT Sport, Premier Sports and Rangers TV broadcaster Emma Dodds talks about Steven Gerrard's impact at Ibrox, how Allan McGregor compares to Andy Goram, her admi…
 
Scottish football's back and, after a week's break, so is the Old Firm Facts podcast. Solicitor advocate Erin Grieve of the Scottish Football Forums podcast and DJ, author and music journalist Robin Murray join Adam for a look ahead to the new season. Aberdeen fan Erin discusses her long-awaited return to Pittodrie, Aberdeen's new signings, Scott B…
 
The Old Firm Facts podcast is on a quick pre-season break, but for this special episode Adam has assembled some highlights from the first 15 shows. In the first three-and-a-half months of the podcast, Adam has spoken to 27 guests, including five journalists, five podcasters, four radio presenters, four authors, three TV hosts, three stand-up comedi…
 
Roberto Mancini and Gianluigi Donnarumma were otherwise engaged, but Adam did manage to track down a Scotsman living in England and a Scotswoman with an Italian surname. Stand-up comedian Jim Burke and music journalist Lisa-Marie Ferla relive one of the greatest international tournaments of modern times, share their thoughts on the final and respon…
 
After their popular appearance on episode six, stand-up comedian Ray Bradshaw and radio presenter Steven Mill return to discuss their favourite moments from Euro 2020 and reflect on Scotland's experience at the tournament. They're also joined by a mystery guest, who is in no mood for jokes after the Batley & Spen byelection. Ray shares some Partick…
 
During this year's Pride Month, the likes of Manuel Neuer have shown solidarity at the European Championships. Jon Holmes joins Adam to discuss his work as founder and lead of Sports Media LGBT+, as well as his role as senior editor and writer at Sky Sports. He talks about the impact of high-profile figures such as Graeme Souness and Scott Brown be…
 
As Scotland (figuratively) and David Marshall (literally) come crashing down to earth, Adam is joined by Record Sport journalist Gaby McKay and football cartoonist Keith Wallace, better known as Fitbatweets, to discuss developments at the Euros. Aberdeen fan Keith explains how he finds catharsis in comedy and turns Scottish football into art, refle…
 
Just days ahead of Scotland's men's team competing in a major tournament for the first time in 23 years, Adam speaks to the man who led them at France '98 and asks the question on an entire nation's mind: "Is it true you released a single in the sixties as part of a group called Hammy and the Hamsters?". Craig Brown reveals how to beat England at W…
 
Adam is joined by multi-million-selling singer-songwriter Amy Macdonald and ESPN Bundesliga commentator Derek Rae to discuss Ange Postecoglou and Scottish football's reaction to foreign managers, what we could learn from Germany, arrogant English pundits and Scotland's forthcoming Euro 2020 triumph. Amy gives an insight into her songwriting, looks …
 
Adam is joined by Big Issue reporter Hannah Westwater and Off The Ball host Stuart Cosgrove to reflect on the Scottish Cup Final, which proves enjoyable for St Johnstone fan Stuart and cathartic for Hibs supporter Hannah. Stuart explains why this is St Johnstone's greatest ever season, names the Saints player who could have made the Scotland squad,…
 
Scots Abroad podcast host John Walker and Off The Ball presenter Tam Cowan join Adam to discuss Motherwell's season ticket gesture, Rangers' journey to the top, the scenes in Glasgow on Saturday night and some reasons to be cheerful ahead of the Euros. John explains his Ryan Gauld obsession, tells us about the Scottish players making names for them…
 
Adam is joined by employment lawyer Natasha Meikle of the A Celtic State Of Mind podcast and Mogwai frontman Stuart Braithwaite to chat about the end of the Shane Duffy era, Celtic's PR disasters, which of their club's players would make a Premiership XI and cooking with Lorenzo Amoruso. Natasha talks about the comments she's dealt with on social m…
 
There's a reunion this week as Adam is joined by former Soccer FM hosts Ray Bradshaw and Steven Mill. Award-winning stand-up comedian Ray and radio presenter Steven share their Soccer FM highlights, explore Partick Thistle stereotypes, compare Scottish football's most iconic mascots and explain how Shaggy became a Dunfermline fan. Adam debunks a my…
 
Adam's joined by A Place in the Sun presenter Jean Johansson and award-winning comedian Mark Nelson to discuss Rangers' lack of beard awareness, Dick Campbell v the European Super League, Jose Mourinho's future Scottish football beefs, whether the message behind taking the knee has been lost, going for a chippy with Pedro Caixinha and Queen of the …
 
Authors Chris McQueer and David Ross join Adam to discuss Rangers v Celtic, the European Super League and supporter stereotypes, as well as providing insights into their writing. Chris talks letting Rudi Vata down in a charity match and pitches a short story involving Shane Duffy, while David reflects on some classic football books and recalls bein…
 
Gordon Duncan joins Adam Miller to provide an insight into hosting Scottish football institution Superscoreboard, share some stories about Scottish football's speckiest tube Hugh Keevins and discuss Motherwell's reputation as a 'community club'. Joining him is Liam Corbett of the Hearts podcast This is my Story, and he has plenty to say on what's b…
 
Adam Miller's guests are producer of Celtic podcast The Cynic Clare Wilde, and Dundee United TV host Alistair Heather. After a packed Scottish Cup weekend, they talk about the benefits of Micky Mellon keeping it simple at Tannadice, cathartic Celtic coverage, the rise of women's football in Scotland, the relationship between an media and establishe…
 
In episode 1 of the Old Firm Facts podcast, Adam Miller is joined by Blethered host Sean McDonald and author, broadcaster and columnist Stuart Cosgrove. They discuss the criminalisation of young fans, St Johnstone's succession strategy, teaching Celtic v Rangers to children in Barcelona, Scotland's problem with discussing race, France '98 memories …
 
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