Podcast #15 – Drugs in Sport, Perth Wildcats and a Scottish Goalkeeper from the Past.

With it being Easter and a long weekend we are sure people have time on their hands to listen to a podcast.

On this show John and Ashley discuss the bizarre and worrying fact that Meldonium sold out on the internet following Maria Sharapova’s positive drug test. They talk about the Perth Wildcats continued success and what a phenomenon they have become. They also look at the Perth Glory’s turnaround since Christmas and how the club is hopefully on the right track with no surprises lurking around the corner.

Special guest on this podcast is former Scotland goalkeeper Campbell Forsyth. Forsyth looks back on playing for the Scotland youth team after completing a full day’s work, defeating England three times in a row and playing alongside greats such as Billy McNeill, John Greig and Slim Jim Baxter. He also played for Kilmarnock in the European Cup which will bring back special memories for Killies fans. There is a strong Australian connection, as Forsyth’s grandson, Cameron Burgess plays for the Olyroos.

Another show will be coming soon. In the meantime we hope you enjoy the show and feel free to download previous shows now available on I-tunes.

 

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Podcast #15 – Drugs in Sport, Perth Wildcats and a Scottish Goalkeeper from the Past.
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