SFF Podcasts

S8E47 Beautiful Flower

It’s the final podcast of a long season which means it’s a long one. The good thing is it’s the regular trio of the two John’s and Krys that are on. There is some more treble chat but thankfully it’s not about Celtic. Auchinleck Talbot secured a treble of their own so that gets a [Read more]

S8E46 Daleks on the Wireless

It’s the usual Trio on the Podcast this week, and it’s trebles that take up most of the theme for this week – but that’s not where we start. The Scotland Women’s National Team played their final World Cup warm up game against Jamaica at Hampden and came through an entertaining game with a 3-2 [Read more]

Latest Blogs

Will Kieran Tierney join Arsenal this summer or not?

Celtic FC has added onto their whopping total of 50 Scottish League Championship wins most recently in 2018–19, which was their eighth consecutive championship. They have now won the Scottish Cup 39 times and the Scottish League Cup 18 times and managed to emerge victorious especially in the long-standing fierce rivalry they have with Rangers. After [Read more]

For You Shelley The VAR Is Over

I’ll be honest, until recently I’d never really watched women’s football with any degree of real interest or enthusiasm. For several years I’d made up my mind that the quality was okay but nothing I would rush to watch, particularly due to the fact that goalkeepers were dreadful. But if there’s one thing I’ve learned [Read more]

Cyprus done, the small matter of Belgium next

WHEN Scotland games come around, they should come with a health warning! No matter how many times they put us through the mill, they find a new way to toy with our emotions, and Saturday’s crucial Euro 2020 qualifier against Cyprus. As it looked as though they were going to have a draw snatched from [Read more]

Scotland – Women’s World Cup Preview

WITH the domestic season over, attentions turn to the International scene this week as Steve Clarke takes charge of his first two matches as Scotland Manager against Cyprus and Belgium. However, the crucial Euro 2020 double header is likely to be overshadowed by their female counterparts, who are taking part in their first ever World [Read more]

Clarke was a shoe in for the Scotland job, can he prove he’s the perfect fit?

WHEN Alex McLeish was removed from his post as Scotland manager last month, it was a certainty that his successor was going to be a Scot. After the reign of Berti Vogts, the thought of another foreign manager was never going to be accepted by a short sighted SFA and media. That approach meant that [Read more]

Rangers boss Gerrard Has To Retain A Specific Player For Title Race Next Season

The Light Blues have virtually ended their first season under Gerrard by recording another win in the Old Firm against Celtic in the last weekend. Rangers 2-0 win will add confidence to a squad that will try hard this summer to do what is required to be able to challenge Celtic in the title race. [Read more]

Lower League Playoff Preview

TEN clubs, 16 matches, one aim – avoiding relegation or winning promotion! The League season maybe over in the Championship and Leagues One and Two, but the drama is far from over as the end of season Playoffs kicks off tomorrow night. Whilst Ayr, Inverness and Dundee United will be fighting it out for the [Read more]

Scotland facing uphill battle – but could still qualify for Euro 2020

It’s going to be a challenge qualifying for Euro 2020. But it is far from impossible. Despite a disappointing set of results recently, which resulted in the sacking of manager Alex McLeish, the Scottish players must believe it can only get better from here. Before the surprise loss to Kazakhstan in Astana, data analysts Gracenote [Read more]

Billy McNeill – the man who laid the foundations for Alex Ferguson

WHEN the announcement of Billy McNeill’s passing was made, naturally tributes poured in for the first British Captain to lift the European Cup with Celtic in 1967. Most tributes will point to the fact McNeill was a great Celtic Captain during their dominance under Jock Stein from mid sixties to early seventies, and oversaw four [Read more]

Scottish Cup Semi Final Preview 2019

THE penultimate stage of this years William Hill Scottish Cup is just days away, with four sides hoping this weekend isn’t their last trip to Hampden. Fans of Hearts, Inverness Caledonian Thistle, Aberdeen and Celtic will descend on the south side of Glasgow confident that their side will reach the Final on 25 May. There’s [Read more]