Welcome to Episode 24 of Glory Days of Gold.
Recorded across two continents, Glory Days of Gold brings you a regular dose of East Fife FC and Scottish football chat, with a splattering of interesting interviews, fun segments, and music thrown in along the way.
We look at East Fife’s final two matches in this season’s Betfred Cup and hear from veteran defender Chris Higgins about his role as Personal Development Officer with PFA Scotland, preparing players for a life outside football, youth development, and more.
It’s also been a week of triumph for Scotland, who are back at a major finals for the first time in 23 years. We chat about the emotions of the win over Serbia and sit down for a chat with a Scottish footballing legend, and one of the best players to come out of Fife, Willie Johnston.
East Fife assistant manager Tony McMinn joins us to spill the beans on his teammates, we find out Gary Naysmith’s favourite jam, Tam McManus’ fish and chips condiment choices, and whether Barrie Moffat fancies a chocolate digestive. Plus PG Ciarletta is back with his new single in this week’s Have You Heard? and Del Amitri feature in this week’s Wavelength.
Here’s the rundown for the main segments from the episode:
03.27: East Fife Betfred Cup chat
14.17: Teammates – East Fife assistant manager Tony McMinn
23.22: Have You Heard? – PG Ciarletta – Chancer
28.44: Chris Higgins interview
65.26: Anyone Fancy A Chocolate Digestive? – Barry Moffat
67.48: Scotland v Serbia chat
76.44: Fish and Chips – Tam McManus
79.31: Willie Johnston interview
98.04: Gary Naismith’s Favourite Jam
99.55: East Fife A to Z – C
103.07: Wavelength – Del Amitri – Don’t Come Home Too Soon
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