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The season’s first competitive game for a Scottish side last night. And a 3-0 win for Celtic in their Champion’s League qualifier against Cliftonville, a fine start to their three round route to the Champion’s League proper. Tonight Hibs and St Johnston...
The good people at STV Sport are in the process of unveiling the runners and riders in the STV Online Writers’ Player of the Year poll. Predictably enough online writers made up the electorate...
Sigh heaped upon sigh. After Wednesday’s post celebrating Motherwell’s 1991 Scottish Cup win I knew I had to redress the balance. Fast forward ten years. Celtic win the Scottish Cup, complete the treble, with a comprehensive 3-0 win over my Hibernian...
The starter before the main course. The stale garlic bread with mouldy mozzarella before the O** F***’s Wagyu steak. The bottom six chunter out of view with everything decided and nowt left to play for...
Third place was eventually delivered to Hearts in the least stressful way. Dundee United’s defeat to Rangers last night gave Hearts the league spot – and the European qualification – that they have deserved. Things might have fizzled out of late but Hea...
The picture of Neil Lennon booting a bottle of water during Celtic’s defeat to Inverness spoke volumes. Which of his underperforming players was he metaphorically kicking up the backside?
A leadership entirely out of touch with the needs of the consumer. A belligerent refusal to listen to any sort of reason. An arrogant belief that it doesn’t matter how badly you build it, they’ll come anyway...
The SPL’s dream of a ten team top league seems ever further away after Dundee United’s board confirmed their decision to vote against the proposal. United chairman Stephen Thompson said: ”We had a board meeting today and as far as we’re concerned we’re...
A sell out crowd. A long standing local rivalry. The final derby of a long, tense season.
An impressive Celtic performance saw them sweep emphatically past Kilmarnock last night. It was at least a positive footballing story to end a day of unmitigated despair for our game. This season had already been depressing, at times poisonous...
Rangers fit in their first, and only, trundle to Tannadice of this much chopped and changed season just before the SPL-it. Making hay while the sun shone on Celtic at Hampden, Rangers went top on Saturday with a 2-1 win over St Mirren...
That was the week that was. Although, at times, we’ve been sadly beyond satire. Time now to concentrate on the football, to celebrate the game’s rich heritage with the first Scottish Cup semi final today. Concentrate as much as possible anyway, doin...
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