S Douglas

Football writer amongst other things.

Clark leaves Kilmarnock for Bury – Step up or Step down?
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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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Rangers Must Use Platform to Break Celtic’s Stranglehold
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Rangers’ return to the Scottish Premiership came one season later than initially expected of the club, as they rose through the lower divisions with relative ease. Mark Warburton’s men returned to the top flight this term after two seasons in the Championship and their comeback is most welcome to provide serious competition for rivals Celtic in the [Read more]

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Scottish Premiership & Championship: What Have We Seen So Far And Outright Tips
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Things are getting a bit clearer in the Scottish Premiership and Championship and now it is the right time to review what just happened and deliver some good outright tips A new football season in Scotland started 45 days ago and we could already witness a couple of amazing games, including The Old Firm Derby [Read more]

Best Mobile Apps for Scottish Football Fans
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Scottish football fans are really enthusiastic about the sport they love. Here are several apps that can make their experience even better.

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Could Rangers pip Celtic to the Scottish Premiership title next season?
By S Douglas |

After four difficult years, Rangers are back in the Scottish Premiership and that means two things. Firstly, Scottish football gets a huge boost and should attract more media attention in 2016-17 – if nothing else, Rangers’ return to the top flight should mean that the division is a lot more competitive next season. But secondly – [Read more]

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The Greatest Nights In Scottish Football
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With few exceptions, success in football is difficult to sustain, and even the most prestigious clubs and national teams in history have their down periods. And even though it might feel like Scotland has always been a second-tier (or lower, depending on who you ask) footballing nation, it’s important to remember that things haven’t always [Read more]

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Aberdeen move to within a point of Celtic after win
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A refreshing change to the usual dominance by Celtic in the Scottish Premier League this season has been largely down to the form of Aberdeen. After securing a crucial away victory at Partick Thistle on Tuesday evening thanks to two late goals, manager Derek McInnes’ side now find themselves just a point behind the might [Read more]

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Scotland should take encouragement from their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign
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Scotland should look back at their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign with a great sense of pride at what they managed to achieve, with the progression under Gordon Strachan boding well for the future of the national team. While narrowly missing out on qualification has provided no crumb of comfort for the Tartan Army who began [Read more]

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This weekend’s Premiership and the relegation dogfight
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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]

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Betting On The Scottish Premiership
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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]

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