Podcast heroes Si Ferry, Paul Slane and Kevin Kyle have been forced to postpone their Open Goal show at the SSE Hydro due to the coronavirus outbreak. 

The trio were set to take to the Glasgow stage in May but their shows have now been put back to September amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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A statement on Open Goal's Twitter account read: "Everyone at Open Goal is still massively looking forward to bringing you our live show at the SSE Hydro this year.

"However, the safety and well-being of our fans is of paramount importance to us and therefore due to the ongoing issues the world is facing at the moment and the recently implemented Government guidelines on large-scale gatherings, we have decided to postpone Open Goal Live to Friday 18th September.

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"This will most definitely not detract from what will remain an unmissable night on Glasgow's biggest stage as all purchased tickets remain valid for the rearranged date.

"We can't wait to see you all on the other side for one big night out at the Hydro!

"Take care and stay safe!."