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Will Kenny Miller become the first casualty of Caixinha’s Ibrox reign?

Having endured a bitterly disappointing return to the Scottish top flight following a four-year absence, there is little doubt that things need to change at Glasgow Rangers – not least some of the personnel. The departure of various players has been propounded in recent weeks, with the future of league top scorer Kenny Miller perhaps receiving the most attention. Miller ... Read More »

Three Lions North? – Scotland’s Dependency on English-Born Players

Looking down the ranks of the contemporary Tartan Army; there’s a surprising amount of players who actually were born south of the border – in the arms of their Auld Enemy. With 32% of the squad not born in Scotland, is the national football team losing its national image? Read More »

Tom Cairney to arrest Scotland’s slump

Tom Cairney is the heartbeat of his side. His craft, guile, and fight have led Fulham to 7th in the table, and two points off 6th. It was about time he received a call-up to the national team. Read More »

The Europe-Wide Battle For Moussa Dembele

20 years of age, 26-goals, 3 hat-tricks and is quite possibly the best player Scotland has ever seen in their top tier; Moussa Dembele has gone from an unheard of Fulham youngster to the hottest striking prodigy in World Football in less than 7 months. Read More »

Alternative required for serial winners

In football, there are few certainties. The grass is green, the ball is round and Celtic will win the Scottish Premier League. Wait, that’s not right. Well it shouldn’t be, yet some leagues just aren’t competitive – but what can be done about it? Read More »

Celtic are having the perfect Scottish season

By this time of the season, all the leagues and tables are starting to shape up. Giving us more of a rough idea of whereabouts certain teams could finish. In Scotland however, one team seems to be sailing away with the Scottish Premiership. Read More »

Moussa Dembele’s meteoric rise continues

Young French striker Moussa Dembele’s rise to prominence continued on Monday night. The Celtic striker scored a brace in the French under-21’s 3-2 win over their English counterparts. Read More »

The Auldest of Enemies: England vs. Scotland.

The International break is often noted as a general bore for football fans. However, this coming Friday, two nations go head to head in a game of football which is soaked in British sporting history. It’s the two teams first competitive meeting of the millennium; who will come out on top? Read More »

The Scottish wonderkid who is set to lead them back to success

It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that Scotland’s recent performances in International Competitions has been abysmal, with Euro 2016 being the 9th successive major tournament they have failed to qualify for, having to watch every other nation from Britain compete. Read More »

Brendan Rodgers suffers worse possible start to Celtic reign

Brendan Rodgers’ first competitive game as Celtic manager ended in disaster on Tuesday night as he saw his side suffer a shock defeat away to Lincoln Red Imps. It was an embarrassing result for the Scottish champions, as the team that defeated them are a semi-professional side from Gibraltar. Is Rodgers already facing a crisis? Read More »

The day the Dandies destroyed Los Blancos

The 11th May 1983, a date that will go down in Aberdeen’s football history. This was the night that Alex Ferguson propelled himself onto the European football catwalk, his tactics and his team who followed those tactics through to the letter, defeated Real Madrid in the Cup Winners Cup Final in Gothenburg, Sweden. Read More »

Is Scottish domestic football on the rise?

In the last few days, there have been three acquisitions in Scotland for the Old Firm clubs, which points towards an upward curve in interest in the domestic Scottish game after a period of real staleness. Read More »

Celtic Move To Top Of The Scottish Premiership Table Whilst Hearts Slip 10 Points Adrift At The Bottom

Celtic moved three points clear at the top of the Scottish Premier League after a comprehensive 2-0 victory over Motherwell. Anthony Stokes broke the deadlock from a tight angle after a mistake by Motherwell keeper Lee Hollis, immediately in the second half Kris Commons outstripped the defence to lob Hollis to put Celtic in prime position. Celtic now sit comfortably ... Read More »

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