The Bit O'Pod Podcast by BORST

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  • The Bit O’Red Supporters Trust, in partnership with Milligram Coffee, is delighted to welcome Sligo Rovers manager, Liam Buckley to the podcast!

    Since his time in charge at the Showgrounds, Liam has overseen a dramatic improvement in the club’s fortunes in challenging circumstances. Liam chatted to the lads about his incredible playing career across many leagues and his hopes for next season at the helm as Rovers’ journey into Europe once more.

  • Few people associated with Sligo Rovers are held in the esteem of that of Willie McStay. In his brief time at the Showgrounds he and his players conquered all that lay before them. The famous treble-winning season will resonate as long as football is played in the Showgrounds.

  • Another day another Danny, this time in the form of Danny North the Grimsby native who led the line as the BitORed won the League, Cups and put Rosenborg to the sword in the Europa League.

  • One step closer to Europe! An uninspiring performance plus spot-kicks gets the Bit O’Red a step closer to European football for next term. Magoo, Shuan and Conor assess the Derry game and look ahead of next Sunday’s FAI Cup semi-final away to Shams. Plus, Rovers legend Danny Ventre joins the […]

  • It’s 10 years since Rovers lifted the FAI Cup in the Aviva Stadium after that penalty shoot out made famous by Ciaran Kelly. Alan Keane & Conor O’Grady drop in on the pod to remember the special day, discuss their time with the club and Conor’s talks about his role […]

  • We did it! We think… we may just have qualified for Europe!!! This week’s pod chats to midfield maestro Niall Morahan and Kyle Callen-McFadden confirms his time in the Showgrounds is drawing to a close. Magoo, Shaun and Conor reflect on a performance that was needed and duly delivered by […]

  • David Cawley is the feature of this week’s podcast, fresh from penning a new 2-year deal that keeps him at the Showgrounds until 2022. Ahead of the final League game of the season against Dundalk, the pod goes behind enemy lines and chats to Martin Mullen of the Men Who […]

  • TWO MORE YEARS, TWO MORE YEARS!!! John Mahon, fresh from signing a contract that ties him to the Showgrounds until the end of the 2022 season, gives an exclusive interview to the pod. The lads look back on the lacklustre but important win over Cork and discuss the unconfirmed story […]

  • Episode 6 of the pod picks apart the latest incredibly disappointing performance by the Bit O’Red following the 0-1 loss in Tolka Park. Among the chat of what’s gone wrong, there is some positivity in the shape of Ballisodare’s beacon of hope, John Mahon!

  • Episode 5 (disregard Conor saying it’s episode 4 at the start) sees Magoo, Shaun and Conor chat to Sligo Rovers CEO Colin Feehily. Colin tells the lads how blagging his way onto the team bus to a Setanta Cup game led him on his way to a career in the […]

  • This week’s pod catches up with former sports editor of The Sligo Champion, Leo Gray. Leo has spent his life in and out of work following the ups and downs of Sligo Rovers. He charts the changes in the club as it moved from an amateur to professional mind-set and […]

  • On the this week’s pod we’re joined by Rovers midfielder Will Seymore to discuss the deep, deep lows of Waterford away, the 87th minute crescendo thanks to the beautiful left foot of Alex Cooper and the head of Ryan De Vries. And we look ahead to what is achievable in Tallaght on Friday night?