Podcast: Episode 74 – Dougie Donnelly I Presume?

The podcast returns with a bumper episode after our two summer specials. This week Cammy and John look at the current state of Gregor Townsend’s World Cup training squad, chat to Illtud Daffyd about how France’s preparations are going and we look back at Scotland’s appearances at the 1991 World Cup semi final and the 2015 quarter final. One was not as close as people remember but which one? The other still hurts despite the passage of time…

We also chat about our World Cup song and read out a message from someone very dear to our hearts. Finally, in”Hands In The Ruck”, we get stuck into the haters and ponder whether Will Greenwood doesn’t know the laws of rugby or is just pretending not to know for clicks and internet traffic.

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Here’s the footage of the 1991 Semi Final between Scotland and England we discussed in the podcast.

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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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2 comments on “Podcast: Episode 74 – Dougie Donnelly I Presume?

  1. Squid Ink on

    Hear Hear on the focus on player welfare and dangerous tackles at the end of the pod.

    Testify Cammy!

    Great pod overall as well.

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  2. TeamCam on

    I really don’t understand why so many people, yourselves included, are convinced of Thomson’s quality. He’s never played an international, so he could be another guy who doesn’t make the step up. Meanwhile, Matt Fagerson and Magnus Bradbury have been in outstanding form, and Wilson is a known quantity and Toonie favourite, so I think that Thomson has to show that he’s better than all three of those to be in with a shout. I think that we are more willing to buy into the hype if a player’s from New Zealand, and I hope he turns out to be spectacular, but at the moment he’s just a very good club player with limited experience of NH rugby.

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