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Betfred Cup Final Preview – The Phil O’Donnell Final
By J Bleasdale |

WHEN Motherwell last appeared in the Final of the League Cup in 2005, the occasion marked the tenth anniversary of former player Davie Cooper’s death. The Final became the CIS Coop Final in memory of the winger who graced the shirts of both ‘Well and their opponents Rangers. Call it fate or freakish coincidence, this [Read more]

Why Regan should O’Neill down and beg for Michael!
By J Bleasdale |

NORTHERN Ireland’s playoff defeat to Switzerland last weekend was heartbreaking for two reasons. There’s the obvious in that their long wait to qualify for a World Cup gets extended to 32 years, and harder to take given that they missed out to a disputed penalty over the two legs. More worryingly for the Northern Irish [Read more]

Will Phil Bardsley ever return to the Scottish squad?
By C Adey |

    With some incredibly important World Cup qualifying matches coming up against Lithuania, Malta, Slovakia and Slovenia in early autumn, Gordon Strachan will be facing a tough decision as to who to include in his Scottish squad. Whilst Strachan will take heart from the determined performance that Scotland showed in their recent match against [Read more]

Best Mobile Apps for Scottish Football Fans
By S Douglas |

Scottish football fans are really enthusiastic about the sport they love. Here are several apps that can make their experience even better.

Great Ways To Make Money As A Scottish Football Fan
By PStone |

Scotland has an excellent football tradition. Various teams were formed all over the country and these started to organize more than a hundred years ago. The Scottish Football Association was established in 1873 and is the oldest known league in the region. Now the Scottish Professional Football League has taken over the reins. All of [Read more]

Commentators and Pundits mislead the fans (part 2)
By A Alexander |

To better understand what I prefer to call penalty box pantomimes, we need to look at the law governing charging or barging an opponent. “Charging or barging an opponent is accepted as a challenge for space using physical contact WITHIN PLAYING DISTANCE OF THE BALL without using arms or elbows”. What currently goes on in [Read more]

Commentators and Pundits mislead the fans. (part 1)
By A Alexander |

It matters little at what level the game of football is played the rules remain or at least should remain the same. The trouble with the professional game is the habitual bending of the laws by players at every given opportunity. Unfortunately commentators aided and abetted by the pundit sitting beside them at the game [Read more]

This weekend’s Premiership and the relegation dogfight
By S Douglas |

After 11 games in the Scottish Premiership, Celtic sit at the top of the table on 26 points, two points ahead of Aberdeen with a further four points back to Hearts in third place. If the outright betting odds are to be taken as red then that should be the final finishing order come next [Read more]

Betting On The Scottish Premiership
By S Douglas |

The Scottish Premiership is at the top tier of football leagues in Scotland. It was founded in 2013 replacing the old established leaders after their merger. This UEFA member is composed of 12 teams who battle it out for the Scottish League Cup every season. It has quickly gained traction among fans thanks to the [Read more]

The Magic Of The Scottish Premiership
By S Douglas |

The Scottish Premiership is a fairly new creation but it is already enjoying passionate support among fans. The top division in the Scotland football scene was able to bring together 12 excellent teams with international-calibre players. It is a competitive field that inspires many to place bets on their preferred clubs. The matches are aired [Read more]