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S6E31 Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe

Krys hosts once again, and this week he’s joined by John (but not John) to discuss the various controversies after another action packed weekend of Scottish Football. Well, almost action packed. There was Kilmarnock v Hearts as well. It’s congratulations to Hibernian for clinching the Championship title, while in League One Alloa Athletic have secured [Read more]

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Scottish Cup Semi Final Preview

THIS weekend sees the penultimate stage of Scotland’s most prestigious knockout competition as the Semi Finals of the 2016/17 Scottish Cup take place at Hampden. Fans of Hibernian, Aberdeen, Celtic and Rangers descend on the National Stadium, hoping their club can take the next step to lifting the oldest trophy in British Football (it should [Read more]

Faith in Archibald pays off for Jags

PARTICK Thistle were many people’s tip for relegation at the start of the season, as they have been for the previous three Premiership campaigns. As they’ve done since they returned to Scotland’s top flight in 2013, they’ve survived the drop to the Championship and even avoided the dreaded playoff scenario. The big difference this season, [Read more]

How Celtic made Six in a row their easiest yet!

FOOTBALL is often described as an unpredictable game. One thing that is predictable these days, however, is that Celtic are crowned Scottish Champions, such is the financial gap between them and the rest. On Sunday, the Hoops clinched their sixth consecutive Premiership title with a thumping 5-0 win against Hearts at Tynecastle, often a difficult [Read more]

Logging into SFF using Facebook

Unfortunately it is no longer possible to use Facebook to log into the forum, for reasons out with my control. If you previously used Facebook to login, you can still access the forum by using your username / email and SFF password. If you don’t know your SFF password, you can reset it.

Celt-exit: It’s time for Celtic to join the Premier League

Amidst all the talks of political breakaways; a Brexit here, a Scottish independence referendum there, the topic of how well Celtic – and up until recently, Rangers – would fare in the Premier League has always been met with a passionate response from supporters. The very mention of Celtic in the EPL can rouse the most [Read more]

Why this weekends Highland Derby is the ultimate six pointer

WHEN Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Ross County were elected to the Scottish Football League back in 1994, few could’ve predicted the impact both clubs would have on our game. In the 23 years, they’ve climbed the Leagues, established themselves in the top flight and even collected a major trophy apiece along their amazing journey, with [Read more]

Scotland’s Oldest Football Clubs

Although it is a big part of the United Kingdom, Scotland is even more recognizable for its uniqueness. One of the country’s most important traits is precisely its football history. The Scottish regard their national league with pride, as it is the oldest one in the world. Hence, it’s no surprise that they are rich [Read more]

Soccer Betting Apps Are Evolving Fast

As mobile technology progresses at breakneck speed, bookmakers are constantly looking for new ways to improve their apps. This has had a significant impact on soccer betting apps, which have evolved across iOS, Android and other mobile devices into much more than just a betting destination. Today, these apps incorporate live streaming of matches, comprehensive [Read more]

How Motherwell’s dip stems from a Manager who’s lost the plot

MOTHERWELL fans take pride in the fact their club has the third longest run in Scotland’s top flight, bettered only by Celtic and Aberdeen. However, their 32 year reign is under threat following a run of dismal results and performances that leave the Fir Park club just two points above second bottom Inverness and just [Read more]

Clark leaves Kilmarnock for Bury – Step up or Step down?

After a managerial career that had previously led the 44 year-old to Huddersfield Town, Birmingham City and Blackpool, Lee Clark took over the reins at Rugby Park, following the sacking of Lee McCulloch on the 15th February 2016. At the time, Killie were a strong bet for relegation, struggling in tenth position in the Scottish [Read more]

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