Category Archives: Premiership

That Was the Season That Was – 2021/22
By K Kujawa |

Every season of football has its own story, and 2021/22 has been no different. First and foremost, it was the one where we got the fans back into the stadiums. If nothing else, that made it brilliant. 2020/21 was quite miserable in my view, and I don’t just mean that as a Celtic fan! I [Read more]

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]

A Tale of Two Saints
By K Kujawa |

As we near the end of another Scottish football season, there are many narratives that can be written. A season behind closed doors, the demise of the dominant Celtic, a first league title at Ibrox in a decade, the return of the national team to the big stage after more than two decades, the usual [Read more]

Should Scottish Football Implement VAR?
By A Andrews |

Since the VAR was first implemented in the Premier League, a widespread debate has risen in different sports circles following multiple controversial incidents this season. That makes many Scottish football fans wonder whether it would be wise to welcome the technology in Scotland following a contentious kick off south of the border. Implemented in the [Read more]

Anne finally Budges over Levein
By C Adey |

WHEN the odds for the Premiership sack race for season 2019/20 went up at the start of the season, very few would’ve predicted that Craig Levein would be the first managerial casualty in the top flight. A board member, the a Director of Football and a strong relationship with owner and Chief Executive Anne Budge, [Read more]

Will Kieran Tierney join Arsenal this summer or not?
By S Woods |

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]

Rangers boss Gerrard Has To Retain A Specific Player For Title Race Next Season
By Paul MacDonald |

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]

Can Jones put his future aside to help his current team to victory on Wednesday?
By J Bleasdale |

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]

How Hearts could be poised to break Old Firm dominance
By C Adey |

For many years, the Scottish top flight has been won by one of two teams. When it wasn’t been the mighty Celtic sweeping all aside, it was their Glasgow rivals Rangers. Do other sides get a look in? The last time anyone outside the Old Firm lifted the title, it was 1985. That team was Aberdeen, [Read more]

Premiership Playoff Preview
By J Bleasdale |

ONE Hundred and Eighty minutes to go before the SPFL season checks out for the summer, two sides looking for the bullseye of Premiership football for 2018/19. For the fans of Livingston and Partick Thistle, it promises to be two legs full of excitement, nerves and passion that comes with the Premiership Playoff Final. They’ll [Read more]