After reaching their highest points total in a season since the Martin O’Neill era few could suggest that Neil Lennon isn’t guiding Celtic in the right direction. In a season packed with controversy on and off the field the idea that Celtic were arguably only two games short of winning a treble did little to [Read more]
For many years the SPL clubs overspent, and an influx of highly paid foreigners left our game in a terrible state. From Rangers breaking the Scottish transfer record to sign Tore Andre Flo, to Hibernian spending the best part of one million pounds on Ulises de la Cruz, for a time our clubs were spending [Read more]
Since Davie Weir joined Rangers in 2007, the media have often focussed on his age and seem to mention his “aching joints” in most articles written on him. I have personally grown tired of hearing about it, mainly because it is slightly disrespectful to focus on his age and not his achievements, but since he [Read more]
The four nominees for the 2010-11 SPL Player of the Year, as well as my choice for the award
Ally McCoist’s first task as manager could be to rebuild the Rangers defence, specifically the centre of defence.
The SPL season is finding pace as Hamilton Accies remain seven points adrift at the bottom.
Neil Doncaster announced that the 2011-12 SPL season is due to start early. Is this a good idea?
Following Celtic’s loss to Motherwell, we ask the question – does an Old Firm victory do more harm than good?
Ally McCoist is announced as Walter Smith’s successor at Rangers
Dundee United’s fixture backlog starts to mount up due to ten postponed games this season.