Episode 20: Colin McMenamin (Part Two)

In the second of his two podcasts, Colin McMenamin looks back on the highs and lows of his career in the game. In conversation with Craig G Telfer, this episode of the Pelé Podcast picks up after his redundancy from Dundee and his move to his hometown club Queen of the South in October 2010.

Colin reflects on the most enjoyable season of his career with the Doonhamers before discussing his transfer to Ross County and his part in arguably the greatest team in the Staggies’ history. He talks about the astonishing 2011-12 season and what made his side so successful; he also discusses working under a difficult character like Derek Adams.

The striker goes on to reflect on his disappointing five months at Greenock Morton and his move to the eighth tier of English football with Celtic Nation. Colin finishes by talking about the move to part-time football with Scott Booth’s Stenhousemuir and his role in successfully guiding the club through the League 1 play-offs last term.

Like part one, this episode of the Pelé Podcast is perhaps the most important in the series.

And, like part one, there may be some slight issues with the audio in this podcast but we hope that doesn’t put you off.

Listen to part one of the podcast here.

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