Complimenting Rangers On Their Fine Season So Far…

It has been a tumultuous season for many within Scottish football. Some clubs have self-imploded, managers have been sacked, games have been postponed due to positive covid tests and the lower leagues as well as the SWPL have been put on hold for months due to restrictions. But one club seems to have continually put […]

SPFL Should Kick US Game Into Touch

So Dundee have proposed that they take on Celtic in the United States next season, instead of at Dens Park. It’s been reported that both sides are up for the idea and it’s just down to the SPFL now to rubber stamp the initiative. I really can’t see the point of this. Our domestic game […]

Rangers Simply Didn’t Deserve Promotion

They say over a season things even themselves out. That is kind of true in this seasons Scottish Premiership play-offs. Rangers struggled to really get going and when it came to the crunch they were found wanting. Over the two legs of the final, the Gers were soundly beaten by Motherwell. Unlike last season, when […]

Supporters Direct Scotland Welcomes New SPFL Sponsorship

Supporters Direct Scotland welcomes increased revenue into Scottish game.  Calls for money to be fairly distributed throughout football and hope it results in cheaper ticket prices. Scotland’s leading football fans’ organisation has welcomed the Scottish Professional Football League’s (SPFL) new title sponsorship deal with betting firm Ladbrokes. Supporters Direct Scotland (SDS), which represents supporters’ trusts […]

SPFL: Slaves To TV And Lack Integrity

Do you remember when Rangers went into liquidation and were sent down to the bottom tier of Scottish football? Well do you also remember the buzzword for that summer? That was SPORTING INTEGRITY. The clubs stood together as one and insisted that Rangers start a fresh in the old Third Division as the rest of […]

If Rangers Are Back With Cash Then They Should Look At Dundee United Duo

On Friday, Dave King swept into Ibrox and took control of Rangers. After an hour and half watching his club held to a 0-0 stalemate with Cowdenbeath at Central Park, King must have been convinced that investment was needed to improve the first team. In fairness, King knew as much during his press conference last week […]

Celtic’s New Balances Helps Keep Scottish Status Quo

Celtic and sports manufacturers New Balance have come out and announced that the American sports firm will now become the Glasgow sides new official kit supplier. New Balance will takeover from Nike this summer. It’s a great deal for all involved. Celtic Chief Executive Peter Lawwell has heralded the deal as the best in Celtic’s […]

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 […]

The Old Firm Draw That Has Ruined Christmas!

So after a two and a half years without one, the Old Firm fixture will be back with a bang in the New Year. The draw for the League Cup final that paired the two Glasgow clubs was made last Saturday, yet the frenzy surrounding the fixture has yet to die down. The fact is, […]

Kris Boyd Should Knock Back Rangers & Hearts Offers

It could be a big summer ahead for Kris Boyd. The Scottish international’s contract at Kilmarnock is about to expire and the striker looks set to be on the move again. The two clubs that seem most eager to sign Boyd are sides that will be competing in the Scottish Championship next season, Hearts and […]