With the football season underway, supporters of various clubs will shortly realise that radio ventriloquists are more believable than some of their managers’ new signings.
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.
Scotland's slim hopes of World Cup qualification will be tested to destruction by England at Hampden today.
“I wouldn’t swap the memories for the money,” said legendary Dundee United goalie Hamish McAlpine, at a dinner I was at with him last week, when asked did he regret not playing in today’s era of mega-riches for footballers.
The phrase 'deep thinker’ is a curse of the modern football age.
Sunday’s clash between Dundee and Dundee United will focus intense scrutiny on both managers.
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.)
Derek McInnes dodged a bullet by staying at Aberdeen FC, and turning down an approach by Rangers for their manager’s job.
Stephen Thompson is taking the path of patience in appointing Dundee United’s next manager.