Published Wednesday, 13 August 2014
After a summer hiatus The Social Club are back with a brand new shiny podcast to celebrate the start of the season.
Laure James, Keith Bailie and Mark McIntosh are back in the studio to discuss this year's intriguing Gibson Cup title race.
Linfield and Cliftonville are joint favourites, after major changes at both Windsor Park and Solitude. The Blues have exchanged David Jeffrey for new manager Warren Feeney, while the Reds are lost Liam Boyce but gained Coleraine's David McDaid.
Could these changes leave the door open for Crusaders and Portadown, who have both strengthened over the the summer? Maybe Gary Hamilton's 50/1 shots Glenavon could pose a threat, while Glentoran's young guns will be aiming to fire themselves to the top.
In Davy McDaid Ruined Our Podcast the panel reflect on Saturday's Irish League games. Portadown hammered Linfield 3-0 at Shamrock Park, while champions Cliftonville drew 0-0 with Glentoran at Solitude.
Keith takes his first trip to Championship Corner to preview the new season. The Welders have snapped up David Rainey, while there is a surprise comeback for an Irish League legend at New Grosvenor.
In this, our fourth year in the studio, we've introduced a new feature. Our sponsor's McLean's Bookmakers have gifted us a £25 charity bet each week. The panel's first pick an Institute/Linfield double in Wednesday's Danske Bank Premiership games.
The panel preview all six games, as Glentoran host Linfield and Portadown play Cliftonville at Shamrock Park.
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