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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 Responses

  1. 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. 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

    1. 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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