Book Review: Pitch Invasion

Pitch Invasion – Adidas, Puma and The Making of Modern Sport By Barbara Smit Ok strictly speaking  this book isn’t exclusively a football book but the telling of a family story. That family is the Dassler family. Two brothers grew up, had a company they ran together, before splitting up  & owning their own companies. […]

Number One In Scotland! has been voted The Best Scottish Football Website 2010! I would like to say a huge thank you to all of you who voted & also a thank you to Scotzine for starting up the awards. This year has been my first as a blogger & been very enjoyable. It was a very tough […]

Product Review: Tim Cahill – The Unseen Journey

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be an international, professional Premier League superstar? Of course you have, we all have! But for a look at what it is like you need to buy this DVD. It tracks Everton & Australian star man Tim Cahill for half year in 2009. The production […]

Book Review: Paul Le Guen: Enigma

Paul Le Guen: Enigma By Graham Spiers This book written by Times journalist Graham Spiers takes us through a year in the life Paul Le Guen will never forget or want to remember! It tells us of the meetings Paul had with Rangers to take over from Alex McLeish, his 1st day, his fascination with […]

My Team & I: Celtic

By Andrew Gibney Twitter: @gibfootballshow Why Celtic? As most Scottish people will tell you “It’s in the family.” My Dad supports Celtic so does all that side of the family, I remember being told my Uncle Paul once held the Scottish Cup when he met the players inside a pub on Shettleston Road in […]