Tag Archives: European Cup

The Non Old Firm Battle of Britain History
By L Dunsire |

On Thursday the UK footballing press will once more be focused on the aptly named ‘Battle of Britain’, as Tynecastle stadium hosts the Europa League play-off match between Hearts and Tottenham. In recent times matches between Scottish and English opposition have occurred on a reasonably regular basis, however generally it is either Rangers or Celtic [Read more]

Away goal could be crucial for Hearts against Paksi
By L Dunsire |

Jim Jefferies will take charge of his first European match as Hearts manager for over a decade tonight in Hungary, and will be quietly confident of his side’s chances in their Europa League qualifying tie against Paksi SE. The Tynecastle boss was last in charge of the Edinburgh side in continental competition in September 2000, in [Read more]

The best league in the world Ma(ars)e
By A Alexander |

Last night’s European champions league final surely dispelled the FA’s self acclaimed status of “best league in the world” so lovingly bestowed upon the Barclay’s Premier League. On the turf of their very own National Stadium the winners of the so called best league in the world were absolutely thrashed by the internationally accepted best [Read more]

The day the dream looked over
By A Alexander |

A personal account of Celtic’s European quarter final second leg against Vojvodina in March 1967