Form and consistency in football tends to be as elusive as the Scottish wildcat.
Jim Spence: Lawrence Shankland’s Scotland success story should inspire every player who has suffered setback
Lawrence Shankland’s performances in his two Scotland appearances were a boost for every player who has ever suffered a career setback.
On a trip to Gothenburg with BBC Sport in 2014 with the Scotland women’s team, the then manager Anna Signeul invited me to have breakfast with the coaches on match morning.
Dundee United’s players have their future in their own hands.
Referee John Beaton faced the cameras after abandoning the midweek game between Kilmarnock and Motherwell, and explained that the fog had made things impossible.
Steve Clarke at Kilmarnock is blowing every football assumption out of the water.
The bookmakers’ odds are already laid on the first football manager to be sacked in Scotland, with Dundee United’s Csaba Laszlo attracting some serious money.
Tonight’s Champions League final pits two of the greatest names in world football against each other.
Has the art of great defending been lost in Scottish football?
With the season under way, Scottish football is again proving its ability to confound the critics.