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  1. Another great performance from the Red Lichties this weekend! We enjoyed Dick’s description of Bobby Linn so much we made it the title of this week’s episode of The Auchterarder Chippy!
  2. On this week's show, there's goals galore as Scotland net a decade and even Aberdeen manage to stain Killie's clean sheets; the Dee and Queen's serve up a belter at Dens, while Bobby Linn serves up efficient waste management at Gayfield; St Johnstone are rampant against listless Well; and in the Scots abroad we profile a man so ginger that it is a miracle he didn't contract chronic sunstroke the minute he boarded the plane to India. All this and more in this week's edition of The Auchterarder Chippy!
  3. Cowdenbeath has a good pie stand at the back of the open terracing - one of the few “comforts” of Central Park!
  4. Alright guys, we had your chief executive Jamie Swinney on the latest episode of The Auchterarder Chippy, talking about the suspension of Leagues 1 and 2 as well as some of the really positive community work the club has been doing. Sounds like the Warriors are a club going places! Link to the episode below, or you can get us on Apple, Spotify etc. We are a weekly podcast focussing on lower league and non-OF football, and are official podcast partner of P&B.
  5. On this week's show, we crack out the good china for our first ever guest, as Stenny chief Jamie Swinney tells us about the ongoing mothballing of Leagues One and Two; the Championship serves up a thrilling weekend with as many 1-1 draws as there are games (hint: not many); there's a mauling in Motherwell as the Accies turn on the charm; and Lawrence Shankland finally makes his mark with a top-flight brace.
  6. On this week's show, we look back on a weekend where under pressure Dons gaffer McInnes saw his side cement their position as the fourth best team in the country, and the mile high Martindale bounce finally discovered gravity. There's an upset in Angus, a switcheroo in Fife, and another weekend in B&Q for Caley Thistle. And, in The Scots Abroad, we profile a man who only very loosely meets one of the two criteria for selection for the feature. All this and more in this week's edition of The Auchterarder Chippy!
  7. Thanks Niall, glad you enjoyed it! We’re trying to take a bit more of a lighthearted look at the game while still paying it the respect it deserves - out every Tuesday if you want to listen again!
  8. Great result at the weekend guys! We covered the game (and the signing of T[a]mmy Abraham) on this week’s episode of The Auchterarder Chippy - the Scottish Football Podcast in association with Pie and Bovril! Come for the Raith game, stay for the discussion of Maltese football!
  9. On this week's show, we jump on to Scottish football's transfer merry-go-round and see who is holding Sam Cosgrove when the music stops; it's Stark's Park for screamers as Raith run riot against Cummings & Co; it's adios to Alex in Ayrshire after Killie collapse against Perth's entertainers; and in the Brussels Backstop we learn about some little known foreign leagues with more Scottish players than stadiums. All this and more in this week's edition of The Auchterarder Chippy!
  10. On this week's show, the boys speculate on Craig Conway's age and Neil Doncaster's side hustle after a weekend of David vs slightly bigger David semi-final ties in the Betfred Cup. We marvel as unbeaten 'Well gaffer Graham Alexander becomes winless 'Well gaffer Graham Alexander; and we test the limits of just what genres of fish can be fried and served up with chips in the eateries of Portree and Port Erin. All this and more in this week's edition of The Auchterarder Chippy! https://m.soundcloud.com/theauchtchip/neil-doncasters-onlyfans-alleged
  11. On this week's show, Ross prove themselves to be smarter than the average County, while the Dons leave Dingwall with a dose of despair; Hibs show their ambition in the transfer market, whilst Hearts show GMS where the lifejackets are kept. Beyond these shores, the boys cast their eyes on what Johnny Foreigner has been up to in our new feaure, the Brussels Backstop. All this and more in this week's edition of The Auchterarder Chippy! https://m.soundcloud.com/theauchtchip/somebody-call-the-gorgie-coastguard
  12. This week, the boys look back at a Scottish Cup weekend where the Roses showed their thorns before wilting in extra time; and the Blues found themselves between a Heart and a Heart place. There's a killer result for Kiltie and Killie, and a clutch of new keepers coming to the fore. And, in this week's January transfer window special feature, we hear about Scottish football's obsession with surnames, backstories and the mysterious Seedorf family tree. All this, and an apology to the good burghers of Hawick and Camelon! https://m.soundcloud.com/theauchtchip/an-uncles-uncle-or-something
  13. On this week's episode, the boys look back on a set of ne'erday derbies that ranged from the passionate to the plastic. It's a case of new year, new position for the goalkeepers of the top flight, who appear to have made a collective new year's resolution to turn themselves into holograms. There's postponements, abandonments and a whole lot of Charlie Adam. And, in Auchinleck Who?, we profile a club which forms one half of the (as yet uncontested) Antonine Wall derby. All this and more in this week's edition of The Auchterarder Chippy! https://m.soundcloud.com/theauchtchip/the-infamous-arbroath-inverness-derby
  14. On this week's episode of The Auchterarder Chippy (a new Scottish football podcast in association with Pie & Bovril), we profile Hawick Royal Albert United. It's part of our regular feature, Auchinleck Who?, in which we take a look at the teams jostling for places in the Scottish football pyramid. Come for the references to 121-gun three-decker Royal Navy ships, stay for John's horrendous pronunciation of the word "Hawick"!
  15. On this week's show, John steps in for Roddy as a house move encourages a winter break for the host. Linlithgow Rose stun Brechin City in the Scottish Cup. Livingston make it 6 wins from 6 games as David Martindale is mistaken for Pep Guardiola in West Lothian. George Galloway takes a Tier 4 Trip to Palmerston. And finaly, this week on Auchinleck Who? , John takes a look at an East of Scotland League side who are named after an 121 gun three-decker ship of the Royal Navy, and spend over £1800 a season on tea and coffee. All this and more in this week's edition of The Auchterarder Chippy!
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