Fifty years ago, Scotland’s football team became unofficial world champions. Michael Alexander reports.
Scottish football’s most famous tea lady has died.
As the Scottish Grand Prix Table Football Championships are held in Renfrew on April 8-9, Michael Alexander speaks to a lifelong Subbuteo enthusiast from Dundee.
For St Johnstone, Saturday’s game was packed with positives while there was nothing but negatives for opponents Dundee – yes, this was certainly Saints v Sinners.
Michael Alexander speaks to a Dundee-trained artist and football fan who has immortalised a season’s worth of sacked football managers in paint.
The Courier has joined the world of football podcasts.
In his first in-depth interview since his high-profile departure from Dundee United ended with an out-of-court settlement, Stevie Campbell tells Courier Sport that his time away from football helped him put life in perspective.
A 2017 sporting wish-list. Obviously Scotland World Cup qualification is too far-fetched.
Dunfermline Athletic players will wear black arm bands at Saturday’s match against Queen of the South after one of the club’s directors passed away.
The scandal engulfing youth football should not overshadow the work of dedicated volunteers like Lorna McAuley, the head of East Fife Youth Academy. Michael Alexander meets a sporting heroine.