Tag Archives: Gordon Greer

England v Scotland – Wembley Woes or Winners?
By J Bleasdale |

WHEN the World Cup Qualifying draw in St Petersburg last year threw together the Auld Enemy, the cheers could be heard loud and clear from Thurso to Gretna as Scotland fans got the game they wanted – their fiercest rivals in a competitive double header that could lead to the Worlds greatest sporting event. Over [Read more]

Two decades of pain coming to an end? Don’t count on it!!
By J Bleasdale |

  ANOTHER qualifying campaign is about to commence this weekend as Scotland seek their first major tournament appearance since 1998. Sunday’s match against Malta is the start of the long road to Russia, a controversial choice to host the World Cup in under two years time, as Gordon Strachan aims to end that long barren [Read more]