For Love nor Money

It’s the greatest love story ever told; The peasant folk who try to make ends meet with their trusty band … More

The Luck of the Draw

While new boss Craig Levein hinted that he too would of loved to have drawn England he can look at a draw that gives Scotland a very good chance to end our self imposed exile from major tournaments

Deal or No Deal for your Club

So there you have it a fairly entertaining transfer window by SPL standards.

Who is your pick of the purchases? Who will you miss? Will it save your season or condemn you to doom?

Keen on Keane

On the face of it, it sounds terrific, a proven international goalscorer with the club close to his heart. However is this move too much too late for Celtic and Mowbray

Algeria 0 Egypt 4

After a penalty, three dismissals and a goalkeeper blinded by rage; the Pharaohs gained a measure of revenge for their World Cup heartache and kept alive the hope of becoming the first African team to win the Tournament 3 times in succession.

Kris Boyd

With five goals in the demolition of Dundee United Kris Boyd overtook the Swede as the number one goalscorer in the SPL. A natural finisher, a lazy git, master poacher, big game choker, pie lover and in some opinions just a bit of an arse, he is a player that polarises opinion not only in Scotland but also at Ibrox where he sometimes struggles to find the same support from his bosses that he gets from some of his supporters.

Junior Football Mourns

It was sad to hear of the death of former Motherwell and Falkirk player Paul McGrillen whatever the circumstances surrounding … More

Scottish Euro Round Up

One thing is certain Scottish teams in the proper stages of European competition look set to become a novelty as opposed to a regular occurrence. Many will point to youth development and financial prudence as the way for Scottish clubs to blossom in Europe again but that will take time and for the foreseeable future any victory should be applauded.