One of the benefits of Twitter – which is only five years old, yet it has over 200 million users – is that you can share your opinion with hundreds, even thousands, of followers, in as short a time as it takes to bash out 140 characters. With the multitude of Apps available for various [Read more]
There is a growing tendency amongst professional footballers to try to force a penalty from referees by running straight at an opponent in the box, before touching the ball past him and bouncing off him to go to ground , knowing full well that the opponent can not possibly get out of the way. There [Read more]
A review of the recent war of words between Paul McBride and the Scottish Football Association
Wayne Rooney once again finds himself in trouble after swearing at a TV camera after completing a hattrick against West Ham
Crime can sometimes pay depending on who you are
Scott Johnston discusses the Scotland players who are plying their trade in the English Premier League
Allan Alexander asks why some managers are more successful than others
How modern footballers bend the rules to gain an advantage.
We kick off our Footballing Greats series with a profile of arguably the greatest there ever was: Pelé.
How the beautiful game could be improved if we took the time to learn from other sports