At the end of last year, former Rangers goalkeeper Cammy Bell made the announcement that he was hanging up his gloves after a successful 14-year career in the Scottish game. Following spells between the sticks at some of Scotland’s most successful and historic clubs, the former shot stopper has returned to his boyhood club Annan … Continue reading Annan Athletic are in Safe Hands with Cammy Bell
The current COVID-19 pandemic has seen fans rally round, dig deep and support their teams, either financially or by other means. It has been heartening to see just how far supporters are willing to go for their team, despite the noise in the background of Scottish football’s latest tiff. The adage ‘you should support your … Continue reading Changing Allegiances
In/Out or Shake it all About? The dramatic turnaround of Edinburgh City has been one of Scottish Football’s more interesting stories this season. After scraping around the bottom of League Two since their historic promotion, the team find themselves (at the time of writing) three points clear at the top of the table, with an … Continue reading Edinburgh City – Capital investment
It's January, the sales have started and the bargain hunters are already out in force. Football clubs are no different. However, the January transfer window can be a difficult time for clubs to find value in. Chairmen can be frozen with indecision. Stick or twist? Sky Sports News' yellow-tied deadline day hysteria looms ahead. Will you be stuck with a dud on a 36 month contract if you make the wrong move? Can you trust your team's manager to pick the right transfer targets if he can't even pick up three points now and again? Is the journeyman centre back you're so keen on worth the money? Do you need to keep the money for a rebuilding project and a new manager in the summer? When do the shops close? All these questions are making me need some retail therapy!
Pure Fitbaw has braved the crowds queuing at 6am outside shopping centres, cast our eye over umpteen displays of last season's out of style stock and picked out a handful of bargains that are currently plying their trade in Scotland's SPFL League 2.
Joining the once prestigious Falkirk/Forth valley Academy from a local Perth team (Bridge of Earn) Scott Shepherd like many young Scottish players could not ask for a better place to go and learn his trade. The Academy has produced a number of talented players over the years, most can now be found playing in The … Continue reading Scott Shepherd – Loan Dangers and City Slickers
Dylan looks back and gives his thoughts on League Two so far this season.
An experienced management team, a trusted chairman, a talented squad and a united support…this is Clyde we are talking about, right? Are the famous Bully Wee finally about to get the success they crave, or is this another false dawn for one of Scotland’s oldest clubs?
With the end of the season fast approaching we take a look at how Brown Ferguson's Stenhousemuir side have fared so far and if they have what it takes to hold onto their play-off spot.
The Blue Brazil hosted the Warriors in League Two on Saturday. Our man Scott Rawlings was there.