DAVID WEATHERSTON’S story continues with his three years at Queen of the South, from 2008 to 2011. He talks about working under Kenny Brannigan again, Gordon Chisholm, mental health and his first (and only) hat-trick.
GERRY McLAUCHLAN is a bona-fide cult hero and one of the most likeable players in the lower leagues. In part one of his Pelé Podcast, he discusses his early years and how he established himself in the game.
IN part two of Scott McLaughlin’s Pelé Podcast, the player discusses the most successful period of his career, including his time with Airdrie United and Ayr United, as well as spells with Queen of the South and Peterhead.
GRANT ANDERSON returns for the second part of his Pelé Podcast. He looks back on the ups and downs of his four years at Raith Rovers, as well as indifferent spells at Queen of the South and Peterhead.
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.
THE first Pelé Podcast of 2016 stars Stenhousemuir player-coach Colin McMenamin. In the first of two parts, the veteran striker looks back on the early years of his career, culminating in his spells at Gretna and Dundee.