Podcast: Episode 156 – Paul Calf Full Back

On this week’s podcast Cammy and John welcome new contributor Craig Manson to review the latest Edinburgh v Glasgow Rainbow Cup clash, pay tribute to Chris Fusaro and Alex Dunbar and demand more Tom Gordon on Glasgow Warriors media channels.

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3 comments on “Podcast: Episode 156 – Paul Calf Full Back

  1. Fraser on

    Highly recommend watching the Pau-Racing highlights from this week on YouTube. 2 great fade passes and nice support from Russell, and the final try he comes from nowhere and chucks a great wide pass. Top quality.

  2. Rob on

    I hear that Cammy Redpath has ruptured his right anterior cruciate ligament and may now be out till next year!!! Wish him well on his recovery

    • FF on

      Brutal news, really hope he gets past these injury heebeejeebees – we’ve seen too many future hero centres careers go awry, and Redpath could be the best of the lot.

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