SFF Podcasts

S8E36 Halkett’s Souttars

It’s the two John’s on this week as Krys takes a break. Plenty to cover with the action from last midweek with the quarter final replays. Aberdeen continued their fine form in Glasgow against the odds while Hearts were fortunate in other game. Hibs continued their unbeaten league run since Heckinbottom took charge. The man [Read more]

S8E35 A Real Six Pointer

It’s the naughty boys on this week as Krys and John are let loose. John B handed in a sick note with no explanation. They lead with the Celtic v Aberdeen game which didn’t amount to much. Unfortunately Friday night saw further crowd trouble as Hibs fan invaded the pitch and tackled Tavernier. Maybe this [Read more]

Latest Blogs

Who will win the Scottish Cup 2019?

As the dust settles on what were some extraordinary quarter finals, Scottish football fans can take a few weeks to regroup, gather their thoughts and look ahead to the semi finals of the Scottish Cup. Rangers are gone, and so by all rights, the answer to the question above should be a simple one. Celtic [Read more]

Scotland Euro 2020 Preview

THE road to end 22 years of tournament famine begins in under seven days time for Scotland! When the European Championships get underway next June, that will be how long it’s been since we last kicked a ball in a major competition. Back then, fans were disappointed at going out of the France ’98 World [Read more]

Time for the clubs and authorities to step up to the idiots trying to ruin our game!

CAN you imagine what Celtic Park, Ibrox, Tynecastle and Easter Road would look like with 20 foot plus netting in front of all four stands? It would look ridiculous wouldn’t it on a matchday and pictures of fans are obscured by stitched up squares going up and down in front of them. It’d look even [Read more]

Back to the future for Celtic as Lennon returns with much to prove

FOUR weeks ago, Neil Lennon left Hibernian under something of a cloud. An alarming dip in form saw the Hibees in eighth place and rumoured unrest with players and the board led to him leaving Easter Road after two and a half years at the helm. If anyone had told him then that he’d be [Read more]

Two Scottish Players You Could Build a Team Around (on Football Manager)

Not many Scottish football players could claim that at one time in their careers they were on par with the likes of Zinedine Zidane and George Best. John Fleck and Mark Kerr could. Don’t be surprised if you haven’t heard of these Scottish maestros as most football fans who haven’t played the game Championship or [Read more]

Can Jones put his future aside to help his current team to victory on Wednesday?

JORDAN Jones has been one of the bright lights at Kilmarnock over the past two and a half years since he arrived at Rugby Park following his release from Middlesbrough. The winger was the main bright spark during a mediocre spell for the club under Lee Clark then Lee McCulloch, before excelling further under Steve Clarke’s [Read more]

Scottish Cup 4th Round Preview

ONE of the most eagerly awaited weekends in Scottish Football is just days away with the Fourth Round of the Scottish Cup taking place. Of course, this means the entry of the Premiership clubs (along with Championship sides Ross County, Partick Thistle, Dundee United and Dunfermline) into the competition as the Road To Hampden really [Read more]

Scottish Football Review 2018

SCOTTISH Football has had an eventful calendar year. It started with egg on the face for Stewart Regan delivered by Michael O’Neill, followed swiftly by a P45 from the SFA board, and ended with poo on the pitch at Spartans, followed by a swift denial by Gary Lineker that he repeated his Italia ’90 incident. [Read more]

Old Firm hoping that Thursday is a Throwback to greater European nights

FOR many years, supporters of Celtic and Rangers have reminisced over the great European nights in their respective clubs history. From Celtic’s European Cup success in 1967, through Rangers European Cup Winners Cup triumph in 1972, to the two contesting the UEFA Cup Final in the noughties, there have been a lot for the Old [Read more]

Betfred Cup Final 2018/19 Preview – Aberdeen v Celtic

FOR the second time in three seasons, Scotland’s top two for the past four years will battle it out for the first major trophy of the season. Aberdeen and Celtic go head to head in Sunday’s Betfred League Cup Final at Hampden in a repeat of the 2016 showpiece. It was the Bhoys who triumphed [Read more]