Big Money Sale Of Young Star Is Sign Of Motherwell’s Bright Future

While the departure of another young talent was tough to take James Scott’s £1.5m move from Motherwell to Hull City should be seen as yet another great success story for the club’s youth academy. When the news broke on Friday evening that Scott would be making the move to KCOM Stadium there was a mixed reaction from the ‘Well support. For some, the overriding feeling was one of disappointment as a player that had burst on to the scene at the age of 17 and was in the midst of his first full campaign as a first-team regular had been lured away relatively early into his journey as a professional footballer. Others felt it was a victory for the club, as they continue to thrive under a fan-ownership model, and a demonstration that those in charge at Fir Park will no longer jump at the first attractive offer when it comes to transfer dealings. There certainly is merit to both arguments.

Broxburn Athletic’s Nico Gibson relishing Buddies battle in the Scottish Cup

The Scottish Cup returns this weekend with all top tier teams entering the fourth round stage. The latest fixtures in the world's oldest national trophy sees a couple cracking ties  containing sides from all steps of the Scottish footballing ladder. But perhaps none are as exciting as Broxburn Athletic, currently of the East of Scotland … Continue reading Broxburn Athletic’s Nico Gibson relishing Buddies battle in the Scottish Cup

Don’t Feed The Mainstream Media Trolls

The media treatment of Alfredo Morelos since he arrived at Rangers has been nothing short of disgraceful. One of the biggest, most exciting talents Scottish Football has seen this side of the millennium subjected to a seemingly endless stream of xenophobia and scrutiny. It’s not coming from some weird bloggers sat in their mum’s basement though, it’s coming from our mainstream media.

Is the Scotland squad really that bad?

Indulging in feelings of nostalgia and reminiscing about the good old days is scientifically proven to have a positive effect on our mental wellbeing. A study by the University of Southampton in 2006 found a direct correlation between people who reminisce the most and those who enjoy the happiest lives. Professor Clay Routledge discovered nostalgic … Continue reading Is the Scotland squad really that bad?

Partick Thistle’s Shea Gordon insists the Jags can compete in the Championship this season

The press appear to be running out of superlatives for Ian McCall's work at Partick Thistle so far. The Jags have won two of their three league matches since the former Ayr United manager took the reigns at Firhill. You could argue that the most impressive of the lot so far was Saturday's 3-1 win … Continue reading Partick Thistle’s Shea Gordon insists the Jags can compete in the Championship this season

Raith Rovers’ Regan Hendry on their super start and Saturday’s clash with Falkirk

One of three matches highlighted by PureFitbaw's Gavin and Owen in their latest podcast episode was a top-of-the-table clash between two promotion rivals in Scotland's third tier, Raith Rovers and Falkirk. Pure Fitbaw caught up with Raith Rovers playmaker Regan Hendry to discuss the Fifers' start to the season. A start which sees them top … Continue reading Raith Rovers’ Regan Hendry on their super start and Saturday’s clash with Falkirk