Changing The Status Quo At The SFA & SPFL

A few days ago, SFA Chief Executive Stewart Regan had a bit of a ding-dong with members of the Scottish Press. The whole saga annoyed me, especially with the SFA suit asking for the journos advice and to have a meeting to discuss it. So I had a rant on Twitter, stating that the Scottish Football […]

England Call Would Be Icing On Spurs Man Kane’s Cake

Roy Hodgson seems to now have an embarrassment of reaches in England’s striking positions at the moment. Captain Wayne Rooney has been impressive for Manchester United this term. Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge and Arsenal’s Danny Welbeck have just returned for their respective clubs after injury spells. Talking of injury concerns, Andy Carroll has been back to […]

Neil Lennon Would Be Ideal Candidate For Rangers Job… QPR Obviously!

With Harry Redknapp now departed from Loftus Road, Queens Park Rangers (QPR) are on the lookout for a new manager. The bookmakers and press seem to think that former Tottenham Hotspur head coach Tim Sherwood is odds on favourite for the role. But some have stated that talks have stalled as Sherwood wants a bigger […]

Chelsea’s Jose Mourinho Building Up His Legacy One Line At A Time

Not since Brian Clough has the British footballing press had a successful manager like Chelsea’s Jose Mourinho who is as good in the media room as he is in the dugout. Jose has recently blanked the media for ten days as he was in a mood over the coverage Diego Costa received after Chelsea’s League […]

Johnston Kilmarnock Break-Up Leaves Bad Taste In The Mouth

Kilmarnock have decided to cut ties with manager Allan Johnston. The decision hasn’t come as a huge surprise after the Killie gaffer had announced yesterday, in his weekly press conference, that he had decided he was leaving the club in the summer. You can understand the clubs decision in deciding to speed up the process […]

Supporters Direct Scotland Call For Greater Fan Consultation Over Fixture Rescheduling

Scotland’s leading football fans group has criticised unreasonable kick-off times that make it hard for fans to follow their team. Supporters Direct Scotland (SDS) has called on decision makers within the game to engage more with supporters when rescheduling fixture dates and times. SDS is currently consulting with supporters throughout Scotland on this issue and […]

Rangers Farce Hits New Heights

  Oh joy of joys, I get to write about the saga at Rangers once more. Yesterday, long-time board adversary Dave King held a press conference in Glasgow to outline his ambitions for the club should he manage to win enough support in the upcoming EGM vote to oust the current board members and replace […]

No Matter The Excuse It Was Time For Redknapp To Leave QPR

Whether or not Harry Redknapp needs two new knees or that he felt he needed two new midfielders on deadline day (why was it always midfielders with Harry?), the reason for his departure from Loftus Road is irrelevant. The fact is that he wasn’t getting the job done at QPR. I am in no way a […]

Is Van Gaal Winging It At Manchester United?

When you look up Louis van Gaal, you hear a lot about philosophy and systems. Yet you look at his stint so far with Manchester United and you kind of get the impression he’s pretty much winging it at Old Trafford so far. If you look at things from afar then you’d be tempted to […]

Is Mike Ashley Using Dark Arts To Manage Newcastle United & Rangers?

Mike Ashley has sent five young players up to Glasgow from Newcastle. It’s hardly surprising given that he owns Newcastle United and has a stake in Rangers. But that 8% stake in Gers shouldn’t really allow Ashley to exert so much influence in the Govan sides boardroom. The fact he has two old pals like […]