Episode 34: Rory Loy (Part Two)

After an unlikely delay (owing to a technical fault, no less), the Pelé Podcast returns with Dumbarton’s iconic striker Rory Loy. This is the longest podcast in the series, and certainly one of the most essential.

Speaking with Craig G Telfer, Rory begins by examining his move back to Scotland and how he joined Falkirk, one of the finest spells of his career. He looks back at his time alongside some of the Bairns’ most iconic players in recent years and how his team should have won the 2013/14 Championship title, and then the Scottish Cup the following year.

Rory then looks back on his transfer to the Premiership with Dundee and recalls and frustrating time at Dens Park, from beginning his spell there with gusto to falling completely out of favour. He talks about his second loan spell to St Mirren and how he played his part in the club’s stunning survival in 2016/17.

He completes the interview by reflecting on his disappointing return to Falkirk 12 months ago.

This is a must-listen podcast, once again.

Listen to part one here.

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