November 27, 2020
Kenny Boag and Robbie Hanratty launch their new Scotland podcast ahead of the European Championship qualifiers with Portugal and Finland.
The two are joined by Scotland legend Julie Fleeting, Portuguese journalist Ines Braga Sampaio, and Tartan Army diehard Hamish Husband.
They also hear from Scotland manager Shelley Kerr.
Tune in now for the most comprehensive preview of Scotland’s crucial European Championship qualifiers.
November 17, 2020
Glasgow City move three points clear in the SWPL after a 3-2 win over Hibernian. Celtic win the first Old Firm game of the season with a late penalty away to Rangers. And Aberdeen's juggernaut continues in SWPL 2 after a last gasp winner at Hamilton.
All the reports and reaction from each of those three games with Andrew Southwick, Kenny Boag and Robbie Hanratty.
November 9, 2020
We're trying something a little different this week at Anyone's Game.
We had reporters out and about at five SWPL games, and have put together reports and reaction.
The games covered were:-
Hibernian 0-1 Rangers
Celtic 1-0 Spartans
Glasgow Women 0-1 Aberdeen
Kilmarnock 1-2 Partick Thistle
Queen's Park 3-1 Dundee United
Hear from all 10 head coaches and our reporters' take on the games.
With Andrew Southwick, Gordon McColm, Kenny Boag and Robbie Hanratty.
November 4, 2020
On today's podcast we look ahead to Glasgow City against Ireland's Peamount United.
Gordon McColm was at City's 8-1 win over over Forfar Farmington and speaks to head coach Scott Booth and midfielder Tyler Toland.
And, out thanks to our friends at Irish Fan TV, we hear from Peamount manager James O'Callaghan and Republic of Ireland international Karen Duggan.
Kenny Boag also gives his thoughts on Hibernian's 6-0 win over Motherwell.
October 27, 2020
Andrew Southwick and Stuart Mitchell give their on the whistle reaction after Scotland’s 1-0 defeat to Finland in the Euro 2022 qualifier in Helsinki.
Eveliina Summanen’s goal early in the second half was enough to give Anna Signeul’s side the three points, but it was a frustrating night for Scotland who over the piece may have felt they were the better team.
October 15, 2020
The new season is edging ever closer, and on today’s podcast we speak to two clubs with very different ambitions this season.
Stirling University were relegated from the top flight last season, but head coach Craig Beveridge tells Anyone’s Game his side are seeking instant promotion back to SWPL 1.
Motherwell forward Lori Gardner has been a consistent goalscorer for years, and now under Eddie Wolecki Black she’s hopeful her side can do more than just make up the numbers this season.
September 7, 2020
The English Women’s Super League season kicks off this afternoon, and no less than 19 Scottish players are in the league.
Sheplays.com.au are running an WSL fantasy football game, and Anyone’s Game was determined to enter a team with as many Scottish players as possible.
Given a set budget we had to pick 15 players, but with two of those needing to be goalkeepers and there being no Scottish keepers down south, we could only pick 13 of our 19.
It was hard, but listen to how Andrew Southwick and Stuart Mitchell agonised over their decision before picking their team.
August 29, 2020
Andrew Southwick and Stuart Mitchell preview the Women's Champions League final between Wolfsburg and Lyon.
This episode is for paying subscribers only, but it costs just 75p a week to sign up at anyonesgame.substack.com
August 21, 2020
Andrew Southwick and Stuart Mitchell give their post-match reaction to Glasgow City's 9-1 defeat to Wolfsburg in the quarter-final of the Women's Champions League.
August 18, 2020
This episode is for paid subscribers only to our newsletter anyonesgame.substack.com
If you sign up before the end of August it is just £3 a month or £30 a year to receive at least five days of content a week - and all this week we are building up to Glasgow City's Champions League tie with Wolfsburg.
This episode is a interview with German football journalist Jasmina Schweimler who gives a great insight into Wolfsburg, and also Bayern Munich ahead of their tie with Lyon.