Category Archives: Champions League

Is This a Golden Age for Scottish Football?
By Guest Writer |

For too long doom and gloom surrounded the Scottish game. Our men’s national team couldn’t get anywhere near a major international tournament, our clubs struggled to make any sort of impact in Europe, we couldn’t produce elite talent and our clubs just treated supporters like customers instead of stakeholders. Yet things have started to change [Read more]

What Celtic need to do to avoid Champions League humiliation!
By J Bleasdale |

AFTER a two year absence, Celtic were included in yesterday’s Champions League draw where they learned their group stage opponents. The Hoops reward for overcoming Israeli outfit Hapoel Beer Sheeva was being placed in Group C alongside German side Borussia Moenchengladbach, Premier League mercenaries Manchester City and the familiar face of Barcelona, whom they’ve met on [Read more]

Who Will Win The Champions League?
By S Douglas |

With all SPFL involvement over for another season the Champions League has reached the quarter final stage where those clubs still left in the competition will start to really believe that they have a chance to lift the famous trophy in Berlin’s magnificent Olympiastadion on the 6th of June. There’s a couple of surprise teams [Read more]