Scottish football has endured a crazy couple of weeks with managers sent to the stand amid accusations of people being offered a ‘square go’; teammates sent packing for scrapping on the pitch mid-match; and players dismissed for rude signage to fans and spitting at officials.
In 1923, Dundee Hibernian changed their name to become Dundee United.
The SFA should be awarded a gallantry medal for bravery under fire. With a great many fans wanting Gordon Strachan drummed out of the service as Scotland boss, the blazers went over the top in defence of their man. (Article continues here.)
How does a manager handle a player like Joey Barton?