In the second episode of the ENRG Sport Podcast, Ryan Nixon speaks to Scottish rugby legend John Rutherford about his legendary career.
Missed last week’s Football Round Up show on Radio ENRG? Catch up now and listen as the boys discuss the midweek Champions League fixtures as Celtic lose to a resurgent Bayern Munich, Spurs claim a well-earned point in Madrid and Liverpool score seven. Plus, debate on the Scottish League Cup and the ethics of Jose Mourinho’s tactics.
ENRG Sport’s Luke Barry on why the Scottish Borders has such a rich racing heritage, a pool of young racing talent, and how his hometown contributed to his fascination of motorsports.
Missed last week’s Football Round Up show on Radio ENRG? Catch up now and listen as the boys discuss Scotland’s draw in Slovenia and react to Gordon Strachan’s sacking. Plus other news from across the world of football.
A passage in Jensen Button’s upcoming autobiography suggests that perhaps his partnership with McLaren team-mate Lewis Hamilton was not as friendly as it seemed. But is this so surprising? Rivalry amongst team-mates in motorsport is nothing new. By Luke Barry
Tottenham’s 1-1 draw away to Real Madrid is another sign that English clubs are doing much better in the Champions League. It’s been a struggle over the past few years but now, under new and better managers, Premier League teams are starting to deliver in Europe again. By Jamie Braidwood
Rugby has always played an enormous part in Scottish culture, writes Ryan Nixon. Whether you play, support or just watch for fun, there are few people who haven’t brushed shoulders with the game at some point. For a relatively small country, Scotland has produced some stellar players and so, when we bring into conversation the[…]
The next Scotland manager, whoever that may be, will have a tall task on his hands. The need to reinvigorate the game and get fans believing again is the first step of many. We’ve been in this position before, it is now crucial we don’t find ourselves in it again come Euro 2020. By Grant Barnes
A closer look at the returning Dougie Fife and the developing game of Stuart McInally, and what these two could mean for Edinburgh Rugby this 2017/18 season. By Erin McRitchie
This season’s Super Sunday matches have failed to live up to their own name. Once reserved for the biggest and most anticipated fixtures of the weekend, so far this season’s games have boring and goals have been scarce. By Gregor Kerr