Should Scottish football cast its net beyond these shores in a bid to take the game to a wider audience?
Ryan Gauld’s move to Sporting Lisbon is proof that the grass isn’t always greener elsewhere. Despite the fact that the Portuguese side seem set to offload him, the player was right to grab the chance of playing for one of the big names in European football. The big danger now is that his career takes a disastrous downward trajectory.
Football journalism can throw up some intriguing conversations with those involved in the game.
I once sent the Scottish football press corps into hysterical laughter on a trip abroad, when I donned my hastily packed budgie smuggler swimming trunks.
Dundee United and its fans need to call a three-month truce. That’s my conclusion at the end of my first madcap week as club consultant, and concessions will need to be made on each side.
Gordon Strachan's theory that Scots footballers were genetically inferior proved to be his Gerald Ratner moment.
Robbie Neilson’s new job as manager of MK Dons shows how far down the pecking order Scottish football has fallen.
The dreadful consequences of Dundee boxer Mike Towell’s fight in Glasgow on Thursday night starkly illustrate the dangers of the ring.
David Cameron isn’t the only one who got a shock in Europe this week.
January is football’s cruellest month, and not April, as TS Elliot suggested.