The Scottish Football Association (Scottish FA) has announced that its chief executive will stand down from his role.
Celtic and Rangers were in the sights of former Dundee United player Jim McInally this week, and he gave them both barrels over their plans to play their colt teams in league two.
Embarrassment will be the most popular word in the Michael O’Neill for Scotland debrief. With shambles and debacle giving it a run for its money.
It's time to shake the Scottish football establishment to the core, and getting them out of their luxurious Glasgow offices is the first step.
Dundee United officials are concerned about the possible negative impact of a new SFA blueprint on the club’s youth system.
There was me thinking that making eight changes to his team at Wembley (while still retaining Grant Hanley) was the last time Gordon Strachan would have the power to shock as Scotland manager.
Gordon Strachan will be staying as Scotland manager, he and SFA chief executive Stewart Regan have confirmed.
I was on a short break in Benidorm last week and watched the England v Scotland game on the TV in a Scottish pub.
For his week’s work, Gordon Strachan actually did a pretty good job.
A “deeply disappointed” Brian McClair has left the Scottish Football Association, with his employers suggesting the former Manchester United player and coach was toiling to get to grips with his performance director role.