Clyde 1 Superscoreboard’s Hugh Keevins joins Scotzine editor Andy Muirhead for a special one-on-one edition of The Final Whistle Scottish Football Show.
Hugh talks about his earlier career in sports journalism, facing European Cup winning captain Billy McNeill for the first time as a 20-year-old rookie, being in awe of Jock Stein and the current state of our game.
The current crop of Scotland players does not fill Hugh with confidence, but he is glad that Strachan is staying in the manager’s job.
Rangers, Sir David Murray and the EBT scandal all are spoken about, as Hugh gives his opinion and is of the belief that the Ibrox side gained a sporting advantage with the use of the tax avoidance scheme.
Hugh turns his attentions across the city to Ronny Deila, Peter Lawwell and Celtic; and while he could not give us his greatest starting XI of all time – he does make a choose between Jock Stein and Sir Alex Ferguson.
Enjoy the Show!