Podcast 35: Star Mangled Spanners

Cammy and Iain return with another double dose of our ever popular podcast. In the first episode the guys look back at Scotland’s narrow loss to the USA and are more positive than they thought they might be. In the second episode the guys chat about the latest comings and goings, more on Glasgow’s lack of new signings and get their groove on to some classic Scottish soft rock. The guys also reveal some details about Edinburgh’s possible new kit that definiately isn’t training gear.

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“Hands in the ruck” – What’s had it’s hands in your ruck? Let us know in the comments and we’ll pick out the best ones.

“Where’s Dougie Donnelly?” – It’s now mandatory to have a rumours section in a rugby podcast (apparently) so we’re looking for yours as well as news of any Scottish sporting media personalities you’ve spotted out and about. Have you seen Dougie Vipond down Tesco? Has your uncle’s brother’s aunt’s friend heard from someone down the pub that Jonny Gray is getting a new fence put in? Has your plumber been doing some work round Murrayfield and seen Richard Cockerill taking delivery of a new yoga mat? If so then let us know.

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Born a Souter but brought up just south of the Border in Berwick where he played for Berwick RFC as a kid any any position where cover was needed.
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4 comments on “Podcast 35: Star Mangled Spanners

  1. FF on

    At the risk of pre-empting a new post, HC draw has been made and Glasgow’s looks doable, mighty Saracens notwithstanding. Lyon will be HC newbies and Cardiff will be adapting to a new coach.

    Edinburgh’s job looks like it’ll be in vain. Montpellier and Toulon will most likely out-bosh us. Newcastle will be tough away from home. Nevertheless with a brand spanking new backline and a tough as track pack under Cockerill, if we can win our homes games we might have a punchers chance yet.

    • TeamCam on

      I dunno, I fancy Edinburgh’s chances to get out of that pool under Cockers. Glasgow should have beaten Montpellier had they not brainfarted, and I think you’ve the beef to take on Toulon and Newcastle.

  2. Neil on

    Finally a decent Pool for Glasgow they should really be getting 5 points home and away to cardiff and lyon and Saracens have not been the saracens of old so hopefully at least a home win against them..

    At the very least we should achieve a runners up spot.

    Edinburgh pools … wow Montpellier and Toloun will be Brutal physicall encounters which will be interesting, they can hopefully edge out newcastle home and away though.

    • StuB on

      Glasgow were very poor last season and should not be taking anything for granted.

      If they don’t sign a 10 and a couple of ball carriers they will struggle badly in Europe.

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