On Saturday afternoon Ibrox stadium will host the traditional unfurling of the league championship flag, which marks the start of the new season – and the seventh occasion that Rangers have been involved in the event since the SPL began in 1998. Visitors to face the champions will be Jim Jefferies’ Hearts side, who themselves [Read more]
Following Rangers entry into the Champions League qualifying third round draw, it looks likely that their opponents will be Swedish side Malmö FF. Although the Scandinavians still face a second leg trip to face Faroe Islands side Tórshavn, their 2-0 first leg victory should be enough to carry them through – and if there is [Read more]
I was recently asked to participate in a vote to determine the winner in STV’s Online Writers’ Scottish Player of the Year. The premise was simple, supply the top five Scottish players of this season. The following are my choices and the order in which they come. 1st – Kenny Miller I was not always [Read more]
There is a growing tendency amongst professional footballers to try to force a penalty from referees by running straight at an opponent in the box, before touching the ball past him and bouncing off him to go to ground , knowing full well that the opponent can not possibly get out of the way. There [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.
Preview of the CIS Cup Final between Celtic and Rangers
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