England’s failure in the European Championships in France sits uneasily and in very sharp contrast with the boast that their Premier league is the richest on earth.
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.
The question of who the next Scotland boss should be is currently dividing the nation.
The SFA should be awarded a gallantry medal for bravery under fire.
Celtic’s 7-0 hammering at Barcelona was hailed by some critics as a humbling. I disagree. A team is humbled if it doesn’t give of its best in application, effort and commitment.
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.
Celtic are flying the flag for Scotland in the Champions League, although this week’s 5-0 mauling by mega rich PSG has left the flag in tatters and at half mast.
The stakes for Dundee’s two football clubs in these last desperate weeks of the season are enormous.
With Rangers exploring a possible link up with Mexican club Chivas, might other Scottish football clubs soon become part of larger clubs in the near future, or even own other clubs, as the game continues to reflect the business world?
Grass or plastic was the vexed question which raised its head once again in football this week.