The Scottish Football Show

Over the past few years I’ve seen many a punter/tweeter/Scottish football fan moan that Scotland’s mainstream media don’t do enough to cover the positives of our national game and only seem content on covering the Old Firm. I have decided to offer more exposure to the rest of Scottish football and do a regular YouTube […]

Time For Henrikh Mkhitaryan To Get His Man United Start!

While fellow big summer signings Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Paul Pogba and Eric Bailly have all walked into Jose Mourinho’s new look Manchester United side, £30m purchase Henrikh Mkhitaryan has had to make do with three substitute appearances so far this season. Jose may have reasons for doing this. It could be that he wants the Armenian international […]

Everton: Lukaku Would Be Right To Stick With The Toffees!

What a difference a couple weeks can make in football. Earlier in the month I stated that Everton needed to get their finger out in terms of transfer dealings in order to get the best possible start under new boss Ronald Koeman. At that stage their only new signing was experienced Dutch goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg. […]

Why I’m Not Fussed By Scott Brown’s Scottish Retirement

Today Scotland captain Scott Brown announced his retirement from international football. Many pundits and punters are morning his loss to our international squad. I met the news with apathy. For me, Scott Brown hasn’t had too many storming performances in a Scotland shirt. During the last qualifying campaign he often looked tired, slow and clumsy. […]

Have Celtic Let Own Fans Down?

For the last four years a lot of Celtic fans have been calling Rangers a new club and stating that the ‘Old Firm‘ fixture no longer exists. Clearly no one has told Celtic’s Chief Executive Peter Lawwell and the Celtic board as they announced that tickets for the first clash between Celtic and Rangers this […]

Early statement of intent from Manchester United

In what started as a cagey affair at the Vitality Stadium, Manchester United eventually moved up through the gears and eased past Bournemouth in their first Premier League fixture under Jose Mourinho. The 3-1 victory by no means saw a United side at full throttle, but the early signs suggest these players have put last […]

Raheem Sterling Ready To Shine Under Pep’s Guidance

You could tell by watching Manchester City yesterday that Pep Guardiola’s ideas are going to take some getting used to. City’s 2-1 win over Sunderland was good but it wasn’t perfect and Pep demands as much every week. One player who seems to have caught on straight away was wideman Raheem Sterling. Watching Sterling towards […]

Flying Under The Radar Could Suit Conte’s Chelsea!

Antonio Conte’s arrival at Chelsea has been somewhat overshadowed by managerial heavyweights Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola taking up the reigns at the two Manchester clubs. Those two sides along with Arsenal are the three favourites with the bookmakers to take the Premier League crown come the twenty-first of May next year. Chelsea are fourth […]

John Stones Has It All To Prove At Man City

John Stones has been labelled as one of the world’s best defensive prospects and he’s just completed a massive £47.5m transfer to Manchester City. His new boss at City Pep Guardiola stated: “We want to help John show his quality with us and improve on what he has already achieved. I like the way he plays the […]

Time Right For Adnan Januzaj To Leave Man United

Back in the season of 2013/14, Adnan Januzaj was one of Manchester United’s bright spots in an ultimately dire campaign that set the club back a few years. But the young Belgian international winger hasn’t made much of an impact since that inspiring first season at Old Trafford. He was rushed into the 2014 World Cup […]