After the recent doom and gloom of all our club sides being out of Europe before the group stages it’s time to look ahead to our international double header at Hampden. We play Czech Republic on Saturday 3rd September and Lithuania on Tuesday 6th September, which are must win games if we want to be at Poland/Ukraine 2012. [Read more]
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]
Our group has been drawn and we now know who we will be competing against for a place at World cup 2014. I thought I’d write up a wee bit about the teams we will play against. Croatia ranked 9th in FIFA rankings – Seeded top in the group and in recent times they stopped [Read more]
Hearts today learned that they will face one of two sides in the Europa League Qualifying Third Round. The draw, in which the Edinburgh club were seeded, paired them with either Paksi SE of Hungary or Tromsø IL of Norway. The two clubs met this week in the first leg of their 2nd round tie, with [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]
Scottish Football Forums is proud to announce a newly formed partnership with Fife community club, Glenrothes Strollers F.C., with the forum agreeing to a kit sponsorship deal for their girl’s Under 11’s team. The Fifers were recent award winners of the McDonald’s and The Sunday Mail’s Best Grassroots Community Club award, presented to them by [Read more]
A review of Craig Levein in his first year as Scotland manager.
Andrew Gibney takes a look at why Robert Snodgrass should be considered for Scotland