SCOTT McLAUGHLIN returns to the Pelé Podcast after three years to settle old scores and rattle some cages – and boy, does he deliver! In the first of three parts, he looks back on the early stages of his long career.
BOBBY BARR is one of the most recognisable names in the Scottish lower-leagues. The winger looks back on his early career, from signing YTS forms at St Johnstone to his one season with Greenock Morton.
GREENOCK MORTON’S inexplicable collapse of 2003/04 is perhaps one of the most notorious episodes in Scottish football. Chris Fitzgerald, a former sports reporter for the Greenock Telegraph, revisits the club’s infamous season.
THE second part of Colin McMenamin’s epic podcast sees the striker look back over the latter half of his career, from playing his part in the greatest side in Ross County’s history to joining Scott Booth’s Stenhousemuir.
IT’S been a while, but after a prolonged absence the Pelé Podcast returns with a bang. Ayr United’s livewire forward Alan Trouten joins the show to look back on the ups and downs of a fascinating career.
ALL good things must come to end. The final Pelé Podcast of the summer sees the panel focusing on the Championship. Can Rangers skoosh the division? What will happen to Scott Allan? And can Alloa Athletic survive?