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  1. The Dee go into this match with Rangers on the back of two confidence boosting performances that came in our draw on Sunday with Hearts amd then on Wednesday at Parkhead against Celtic which also produced a point. Rangers will be looking for a win to keep their challenge for second place going, especially since they have only picked up one point in their last three matches. We spoke to Rangers FC Fan Page to get their views leading up to Saturdays clash. Rangers started the second half of the season well when you when you won 6 out of 7. The last three games however has seen the
  2. Dundee are currently in the middle of an horrendous run of form at home which has seen five straight league defeats and the club teetering on the edge of the bottom two places in the table. Hearts away form isn't that much better either with only two wins on the road out of ten. Both teams are in need of a win. Hearts will be hoping to catch up on a resurgent Kilmarnock side in fifth place while Dundee are in dire need to ending their barren run of defeats at Dens and creating some breathing space between Partick Thistle and Ross County. In the lead up to Sundays game, we spoke to SP
  3. Dundee have not won at home in their last four games while St Johnstone are winless in their last five away matches. We caught up with St Johnstone 1884 to gather his thoughts on his team at this moment. It’s not been the best of seasons for St Johnstone compared to the previous years. What do you put this down to? I don't think it's any one thing and there is probably a collective responsibility needing to be taken. The chairman maybe didn't support the manager enough in the summer but Tommy Wright has maybe at times chopped and changed too much and at others remained too loyal
  4. It's been a while since we last took on Celtic so there is no better time to catch up with Focus On Celtic to hear what they had to say. After taking a 1-0 lead to Russia, Celtic would be eliminated 3-1 on aggregate in the Europa League. No doubt you would be disappointed in the exit for the competition but was it much of a surprise considering Celtics away form on the continent? Celtic don’t have a great record on the road in Europe, so the result wasn’t a surprise in that sense. What has surprised the fans is that the same line up that beat Zenit could play so badly the next week.
  5. They must be 'seek' of speaking to me by now but the lads at MFC Podcast (also on Twitter: @MFCPodcast86) were happy enough to have a wee chat before Saturdays tie. We only spoke a few weeks back before our Scottish Cup fifth round tie at Dens and it ended in tears for the Dee as Motherwell made their way into the next round with a 2-0 victory. What was your views n that match and win for the Well? I think most teams consider Dens Park as an extremely difficult venue to visit, so to go there and progress in the Cup fairly comfortably was extremely pleasing. I think Nadir Ciftci enjoyed th
  6. With one defeat in the last six for Motherwell and sitting nicely in the top 6, it was time to catch up with the guys at MFC Podcast to ask them a few questions. Since our last match, it’s been two wins, three draws and three defeats for Motherwell and you now sit in the top 6. Compared to your previous form before facing us last time around, you must be happy with the way the club have played, specially since coming back from the winter break? Very happy, the week in which we played Celtic three times on the bounce totally changed our season for the worst, the run following these games wa
  7. Partick's season has seen them go without a win in nine matches and after defeat to Kilmarnock last weekend, sitting bottom of the table. We spoke to Alan Fraser from The Jagscast Podcast to ask what has been going on at Firhill this season! We've asked everyone this question about their team but how did you become a supporter of Partick Thistle? I'm from Partick and I started going to Firhill in 1970/71 when Thistle got promoted from the old second division. The following season I was at Hampden on the 23rd October to see The Jags murder Jock Stein's Celtic 4-1. I thought this was the
  8. We caught up with the chaps over at Heart Till We Die to find out their views on an early managerial change, how it felt seeing the old main stand being knocked down and their thoughts on this Saturdays clash. So, with two teams to choose from in Edinburgh, what made you support Hearts? Well, my family supports them so I was always going to be a Jambo Hearts Till I Die has a tremendous following with over 38,000 likes. What made you start up the Facebook page? I always liked the idea of creating a page on something you like, so I thought I'd make one for the team I support. Originall
  9. We spoke to Russell Crombie of the On Team In Ayrshire Podcast and you can read what he had to say below. Your part of the ‘One Team in Ayrshire’ podcast. When did that start up and how did you get involved? The show started a few years ago, when myself and Jamie McDougall realised there might be an appetite for greater analayis on Kilmarnock's matches. Things have petered off lately with work and university commitments, but we're hoping to get back up and running soon. There was pressure from the support for Michael Johnston to resign and he finally did in May this year. Withou
  10. Luckily enough for us, popular fans Twitter page St Johnstone 1884 agreed to partake in a answering a few questions about how their season has went so far. Read what they had so say below! Everyone has a story what made them support their club. What’s yours? Nothing too remarkable, father and father's father etc. I was maybe quite late into it at seven or eight but my dad, like so many others, had given up on Saints a bit when they'd fallen into the bottom division. He was lured back by a midweek cup quarter-final replay against Morton and he took me along to the next home match, which w
  11. With the Premiership season kicking off this Saturday at Dens against Ross County, we spoke to @jailender about the Staggies, his views on Billy McKay crossing the divide and how it’s felt to see his team go from playing in the Highland league to cementing their place in the Premiership. I'll ask what I've done with every other one of our guests so far. What made you become a Ross County fan? It’s an easy answer – They are my local team. I used to go periodically as a kid to their games when they were in the Highland League. I lived just down the road from Billy Ferries, who became a Cou
  12. In the lead up to this clash, we spoke to popular Dons podcast, ByTheMinute Aberdeen, on their summer transfers, just how important it was that Derek McInnes stayed at Pittordrie, this seasons expectations and what the outcome will be between the Dark Blues and the Dons. Let us now about yourself. When did you start supporting Aberdeen, what made you support them and what’s your best memory and moment while following them? I've been a season ticket holder for coming up to 35 years now. Best moment? Following your team away from home in Europe is always special, and I was over in Dnipropet
  13. For this instalment of 'The View from the Opposition,' we spoke to Gavin from the Hibs Podcast team, HibsTalk. So how long has the HibsTalk Podcast been on the go for? We started HibsTalk back in May with a Season review. We listened to other Scottish Football Podcast, MFC Podcast is a very good one, took influence from them, put together a structure and are now into the flow of weekly podcasts. The club got back to the Premiership at the third time of asking last season and did so with ease. Were you surprised at the gap you won it by? No if I'm honest. We mentioned in our Season Rev
  14. There has been major changes since the last time we locked horns with the Glasgow club so we caught up with Craig Gamble from Burst Baw Podcast to fill in with what's been happening around the club. First off, what's the origins behind you supporting Rangers? I've been a Rangers fan for as long as I can remember and got into it through my Dad. My whole family are Rangers fans, so there was only ever going to be one team for me. The first time I remember going to Ibrox was for Ian Durrant's testimonial against Sheffield Wednesday in April 1998 when I was only four years old. The game finis
  15. This coming Wednesday sees both clubs fighting it out for a place in the Betfred League Cup Quarter Final at Dens. We managed to catch up again with @DabChat to give his perspective from the other side of the street. United got their League campaign off to a flyer on Saturday with a 1-0 victory over Inverness Caley Thistle. How did they team preform? Yes it was a great start against one of the teams who are expected to challenge and away from home. We played some good stuff but it was clear we were still lacking. No recognised striker until Keatings came on and a few players wh
  16. We spoke to Hamilton Accies fans Twitter page WeAreHamilton to ask them about how their transfer activity has went this summer, how it felt winning the play-off final and what player we should look out for today. So, what made you support Hamilton? What drew you to the club? With both my mum and dads families being divided between the Old Firm it didn't look likely that I would turn out to be an accies fan, however for the first 11 years of my life, I was raised within a mere 3 minute walk to NDP (New Douglas Park). One of my best friends, God rest his soul, John Paterson lived below me
  17. Our first guest to take part is Raith Rover fan and Terrace Podcast contributor, Andy Harrow. Dundee take on Raith Rovers at Starks Park this Tuesday in the Betfred Cup, KO 7:45pm .Read what Andy had to say! To kick off this new feature, as a lifelong Raith Rovers fan, what’s your first memories of supporting the club? The first game my Dad took me to was the 7-0 victory over St. Mirren on the opening match of the 1992/93 season, but the memory of my second game is more vivid – a 5-0 shellacking to Kilmarnock at Rugby Park in the Scottish Cup. Our goalkeeper got injured, which meant
  18. The new format to the League Cup has opened the door for the Champions of the Highland League and Lowland League to compete. What’s the buzz like around the club and fans now that Thistle will be competing in a National cup competition? It was a great idea by the SPFL to allow the Champions in to the Betfred Scottish League Cup. The buzz around the town has been great and the fans have been looking forward to the games. The only thing missing would have been perhaps a Saturday home game especially against Dundee or United. Your first two games against Cowdenbeath and Dundee United h
  19. We spoke to fellow twitter football page, DabChat and ask his views on the current crop at Tannadice and his prediction for Sunday. So, to start things off, give us a little insight to what made you support Dundee United and your earliest memory of them? I started following United over 30 years ago, my first memories were sitting on the wall at the Fair Play stand watching Narey, Hegarty, Sturrock, Dodds and the likes. Back then it was easy to get hooked. Both sides of my family supported United so it was never likely to be anyone else. It’s been a bit of a nightmare few seasons for the A
  20. Can you tell me what helped you become a Cowdenbeath fan and what your earliest memory of supporting the Blue Brazil is? My Dad is from Cowdenbeath so I was brought up supporting them and getting taken to games on a Saturday. It was a case of my team was chosen for me rather than I chose my team. The earliest memory I have was beating Arbroath 6-2 at Central Park at the beginning of the 94/95 season. I’m sure the game was fairly early on in the season and as you’d expect, I was pretty optimistic about the season. We ended up finishing 9th in Division 3 which was the first season of the th
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