Tag Archives: Czech Republic

Czeching out the Euros & falling in love with football
By L Dunsire |

As the European Championships draw ever closer I’ve started to feel rather nostalgic, as it was this very tournament that made me fall in love with football, 16 years ago. I was a bit of a late starter when it came to having an interest in this sport. I wasn’t dragged to matches as a [Read more]

Scottish Football On Life Support
By K Kujawa |

Scottish Football is all but dead, holding on by life support with little hope of ever waking again. That’s more or less the sad conclusion I’ve come to recently. Now, I freely admit it could be because my team – Celtic – aren’t having the best of seasons. But I’ve been there before. I grew [Read more]

Scotland fail to deliver in the latest qualifying double header
By C Adey |

Go back seven days and there was the expectation that we would now be sitting in second place in our Euro qualifying group. The fact we had only won four points in our initial four games was quietly ignored, as international fever took hold. As a nation we reverted to the belief that it is [Read more]

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Scotland Qualifier Preview: Double Or Quits
By J. Brownlie |

After the recent doom and gloom of all our club sides being out of Europe before the group stages it’s time to look ahead to our international double header at Hampden. We play Czech Republic on Saturday 3rd September and Lithuania on Tuesday 6th September, which are must win games if we want to be at Poland/Ukraine 2012. [Read more]

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Craig Levein: A Year In The job
By N Redpath |

A review of Craig Levein in his first year as Scotland manager.