Category Archives: Premiership

Why the fixture list is always exciting
By J Bleasdale |

So the fixtures for the new season are out and that time to look out for certain fixtures. No matter how much one half try to deny it, Celtic and Rangers fans will have pencilled in their diaries when the Old Firm matches take place, Hamilton fans will have eyed up when they face Lanarkshire [Read more]

Could Roy Keane Become Celtic Manager; Scottish Rumours
By Jamie Clark |

It isn’t just the England Football League that is shaping up to be interesting at the moment, for the rumours currently circulating the Scottish Football League are just as intriguing, if not more so. This season has been a turbulent one, with the semi final bid from both Celtic and Rangers an ever popular derby [Read more]

Aberdeen move to within a point of Celtic after win
By S Douglas |

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]

Ally McCoist and Rangers come to an agreement
By S Douglas |

Former Rangers manager Ally McCoist has come to an agreement with the club over his right to compensation following his contract termination. The Scot has been on gardening leave since he was asked to leave the role in December. Having taken over from Walter Smith as manager in 2011, McCoist helped the club through tough [Read more]

Fighting A Losing Battle; Who’s Up For The Axe This Year?
By C Adey |

When the new Scottish Premiership came into force in 2013, there were mixed reactions to the end of season play-offs that would decide whether a second team was either relegated or promoted. Those struggling at the bottom of the top flight had more to fear, but if you were in the market for a high [Read more]

How has Deila turned things around?
By Guest Writer |

As the midway point of the Scottish Premiership campaign approaches, Celtic fans can now reflect on the first six months under the stewardship of 39-year-old Norwegian coach Ronny Delia. Former Strømsgodset manager Deila joined the Scottish champions in June following the departure of Neil Lennon who spent much of the last fourteen years at the [Read more]

The Promise of Youth: Past & Present
By L Dunsire |

Much has been made in recent times about the sorry state of Scottish football and the dire situation that our game is in. The national side may have experienced a slight resurgence in form of late, however our club game has seldom been so heavily criticised. I’ve never been convinced that our game is quite [Read more]

Why do managers always get the blame for failure?
By A Alexander |

Barry Smith is the latest managerial casualty in the crazy world of football but did he get a fair deal? The short answer to that is no, when you consider his pre season situation. It matters little whether you agree with Dundee’s invite to join the premier league two weeks before the start of the [Read more]

Banter is not allowed at Easter Road
By C Adey |

On Sunday, Hibernian faced Dundee United in Sunday’s live televised game. The 2-1 victory pushed Hibs to the top of the table and, following Celtic’s 1-1 draw with St Johnstone, keeps them there, until the weekend at least. However, the result, or league position, is not what has hit the headlines today, instead it is [Read more]

Scratching Below The Surface
By P Band |

Dundee United have led the way in recent years, having a reputation of pulling good players from the depths of Scottish football. Danny Swanson, Morgaro Gomis, Barry Douglas, Craig Conway and new arrivals Mark Millar & Michael Gardyne have all been plucked from the lower leagues in Scotland. Now Dundee United are an established top [Read more]