June 13, 2021
Hamilton pair Megan Quinn and Ellie Kane are the guests on the Anyone’s Game podcast this week.
Alongside Kenny Boag and Robbie Hanratty, they look ahead to Euro 2020, reveal how they got into football, pick which of their team-mates past and present would make their five-a-side team, reveal Gary Doctor’s amazing wheel of misfortune, have a look back at the SWPL 1 campaign, and look ahead to Hamilton’s game with St Johnstone as the battle to finish in the top two of the SWPL 2 continues.
June 3, 2021
The SWPL 1 title race concludes this weekend; will it be a 14th consecutive crown for Glasgow City or can Celtic bring the trophy back to Parkhead?
In addition, Rangers are also in the hunt for a Champions League spot should Celtic slip up.
Ahead of a big weekend, Kenny Boag hosts the Anyone’s Game weekly podcast alongside Robbie Hanratty, and the two are this week joined by Hearts striker Lia Tweedie and BBC Scotland sports journalist Heather Dewar.
May 26, 2021
Peter Quinn and Robbie Hanratty get together to discuss Sunday’s results and what that now means for the SWPL 1 title race.
Glasgow City lead by three points from Celtic, who won the Old Firm derby against Rangers. Scott Booth’s side remain favourites to make it a 14th consecutive title, but we’re all set for a grandstand finish.
They also look back at Motherwell’s win over Hearts, and the battle for fourth after Spartans win again.
May 23, 2021
On Thursday, Motherwell announced Paul Brownlie will become the new head coach from next season.
Interim boss Stewart Hall joined the Anyone’s Game podcast on Thursday evening to address the managerial change and his own role. And the team look back at the midweek action, look ahead to Sunday’s four SWPL 1 games, and Stewart takes on Anyone’s Game in the quiz.
May 11, 2021
Ahead of more crucial midweek SWPL 1 games, Anyone’s Game looks back at Glasgow City’s win at Rangers which stretched their lead at the top of the table to five points.
They also review all the other action.
Hosted by Kenny Boag, with Robbie Hanratty and Peter Quinn.
May 6, 2021
Glasgow City’s Leanne Ross is this week’s guest on the Anyone’s Game podcast.
Joining Robbie Hanratty, Peter Quinn and host Kenny Boag, they look back at the big talking points from the weekend’s SWPL 1 action, talk about the abuse Leanne has experienced in football, and look ahead to Sunday’s top of the table with Rangers.
April 28, 2021
Aberdeen co-manager Emma Hunter was this week’s guest on the Anyone’s Game podcast.
She spoke about returning to training ahead of - we hope - an imminent return for SWPL 2.
Emma also discusses how she got into football, and the panel look back at the weekend’s SWPL 1 action.
Look out later in the week for a special bonus episode of the podcast with Emma Hunter, exclusively for premium subscribers.
April 20, 2021
Hamilton assistant head coach Robert Watson is the guest as the team look back on a weekend where Glasgow City went top of the SWPL 1, goalkeeper Lauren Perry scored a dramatic late free-kick for Forfar Farmington, and the panel look ahead to a midweek card that includes an Old Firm derby at Celtic Park and bottom two facing off.
They also talk where the SWPL 2 currently stands, the abuse in women’s football, and Robert takes on the pundits in the latest instalment of Anyone’s Game versus the SWPL.
April 14, 2021
Motherwell’s Lisa Swanson joins the Anyone’s Game podcast this week, alongside host Kenny Boag, as well as Robbie Hanratty and Gordon McColm.
The top topic remains the lack of return for SWPL 2, and Lisa - who has been loaned to Kilmarnock - explains her frustration at the lack of information about if the season will ever get finished.
The team also look back at the weekend’s action, with Robbie and Gordon taking in separate games, and Lisa takes on the pundits as Kenny takes no prisoners in his quiz.
April 4, 2021
Ahead of the return, six of the Anyone’s Game team predict who will finish where in the top flight.
Kenny Boag and Robbie Hanratty look ahead to all four games being played this afternoon, before they and Andrew Southwick, Gordon McColm, Sandrine Wyrich and Peter Quinn put their head on the block to predict how the final table will look come the end of the season.