SATURDAY, BBC RADIO SCOTLAND (1715-1830 BST)
Would you argue with this man? Well, many people do every Saturday
This is the programme that you should tune in to if you want to voice your opinion on Scottish football.
On your way home from a game that has left you delighted at your side's display or seething at refereeing decisions?
Want to respond to something you have heard during BBC Radio Scotland's live match commentaries on Sportsound?
Or maybe you've simply been itching all week to make a point about the latest events in Scottish football?
Your Call gives you and other fans the chance to put your points of view to Jim Traynor, one of Scotland's best-known sports journalists.
Jim's sidekick on the programme is Annie McGuire, who has to put up with a lot of cheek from the host, but is perfectly capable of looking after herself on air.
Have a listen to the audio clips and you'll see that the programme is a magnet for some of the more outspoken members in our society.
Well, that's one way of putting it...
Telephone the nerve centre on
0500 92 95 00 from 1720 BST every Saturday evening during the football season to book your place on the therapists' couch and have your say live on BBC Radio Scotland.
You can also text the show on
And, if you missed the programme or want to continue the debate afterwards, add your views on any chosen football topic to My Sport.
CONTACT YOUR CALL Via email: contact BBC Sport Scotland Via snail mail any time: Your Call, BBC Radio Scotland, 40 Pacific Quay, Glasgow G51 1DA Via text while show is on air: 80295 Via telephone while show is on air: 0500 92 95 00
Want to create your own debate?: bbc.co.uk/mySport