The Bit O'Pod Podcast by BORST

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  • It’s episode 20 of the pod and we’re joined by Son of Sligo Alan Cawley to discuss his career in football and broadcasting, the that state of the footballing nation and how the Bit O’Red are shaping up under Liam Buckley. We look back on the 3 points in Longford […]

  • This week we’re joined by Gary Buckley for an in-depth interview about his move to the northwest from Cork City. Why he left his hometown club, the progress made in the Showgrounds over the last year and how persuasive Conor O’Grady’s Cork accent can be… We look back at the […]

  • Fresh from this year’s virtual AGM, club Treasurer David Rowe joins the pod to report on the club’s financial situation – it’s not bad but it’s not great, which is pretty good… We look back on the promising start at home to Dundalk, hear from Waterford supporter Owen Power ahead […]

  • A bumper pre-season episode of the podcast featuring an extended interview with¬†#BitORed¬†manager Liam Buckley. New feature ‘Shouts From the Shed End’ gets its first outing on the pod, [and maybe it’s last … who knows?] Shaun, Magoo, Gerrard and Conor discuss the BORST’s latest community engagement project where every child […]

  • With the new League of Ireland season only around the corner, the lads on the pod try to get to grips with a starting XI. Kenny to start? Romeo out wide? And what about new signing Jordan Gibson? We hear from the man himself on this week’s pod.

  • New season, new players, new hope, same 3 hosting the BORST podcast. Dunner, Magoo and Conor chat to Sligo Rovers ‘keeper Ed McGinty on how he made the No.1 jersey his and what it’ll take for him to sign for Glasgow Rangers. Also on this week’s pod, one of the […]

  • 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 […]