There has been a barrage of criticism over recent decisions of Scottish football’s new video review system, with the panel of three former referees reviewing incidents missed by match officials.
Neil McCann’s appointment as Dundee FC manager, when it seemed that Jack Ross was a shoo in as the new boss, may have looked a bit like a keystone cops movie from the outside: but in football things are seldom straightforward, and the search for a new manager is one which is full of pitfalls ranging from leaked stories to outright rejection.
Is it time for a United Dundee: a one team football city for the modern age?
Singing in the shower doesn’t make me Gregory Porter, and painting the living room won’t turn me into Leonardo Da Vinci. Similarly, screaming abuse and criticism, at their own players, dressed up as encouragement, doesn’t turn the fans doing it into Jose Mourinho or Brendan Rogers.
What does a football club do when a player refuses to play for them?
Women’s football in Scotland hit the headlines this week with the news that the manager had reduced some players to tears at a meeting the day after their World Cup exit.
It’s time for Scottish football to rediscover the meaning of the word ‘gallus’.
The question of who the next Scotland boss should be is currently dividing the nation.
Imagine owning a car or a house and only using it for four hours a fortnight, leaving it to sit idle for the other 332 hours.
Wayne Rooney suffered the lash from the English media for supposedly having a few drinks with a wedding party after the recent Scotland match at Wembley.