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Podcast: Episode 158 – Greased Up Full Back

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On this week’s podcast Cammy, John and Craig review Glasgow and Edinburgh’s games against Leinster and Ulster, chat about the resumption of the domestic club season and get their hands in the ruck about anti-Scottish Lions agendas.

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  1. I’d say age is the only thing that’s stopped Lee Jones getting another contract. He’s 32 and will turn 33 this summer, which is a fair age for a winger. He was a regular starter for the Warriors for 3 seasons from 2015/16 to 2017/18 and then into the first half of 2018/19 before he got injured and barely played for nearly 2 years. His time at Glasgow also saw him win his place back in Scotland squads so I think Lee moving over from Edinburgh worked out very well for both parties.

  2. I’m surprised to see Aki Siuli is being let go. I think he always done well when he’s played and offers that stability through the international windows, It’s likely Keeble and Bhatti will be involved with Scotland, so whose left holding the fort at Scotstoun? Lambert assuming he’s not called up too and then who? even if there is another good Academy prospect that’s a very callow loosehead lineup for large parts of the season.

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