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Podcast: Episode 87 – For Sale: Two Exotic Animals

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Cammy is away so John takes the reins and chats to Sandy and Iain about Edinburgh and Glasgow’s contrasting fortunes in the Pro14.

There’s also all the usual features, latest news and with Cammy away John does a quiz.

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2 Responses

  1. I do not agree that it will come good for Glasgow by the end of the season.Once again they will lose numbers in the 6N and with so many games lost it will not be long before knockout rugby comes to Scotstoun.

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