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Last week, as Brendan Rodgers snuck out of Glasgow - leaving Celtic temporarily without a manager just months away from an unprecedented treble treble - Moussa Dembele stared long and hard at the walls of his apartment in Lyon. A Live, Love, Laugh wall ornament, an Edith Piaf poster centred on the words Non, je ne regrette rien and a vast oil painting of his own face, captured in post scoring ecstasy, took up space along with his SPFL Player of the Month and Team of the Year awards. Those teeth. Those stupid, horsey gnashers within that smug rictus grin. They gleamed out at Dembele from the curved metal of his awards. Rodgers. Those teeth of his. That face. Those words. The promises. Dembele snatched up his phone and let loose his rage. Hashtags. Gifs. Memes.
Hearts are about to enter a significant period of their domestic season. With a negotiable tie at Firhill in the Scottish Cup quarter final followed by eleven Premiership fixtures which may include Hibs, Celtic, Rangers and Aberdeen twice, it is fair to say there is literally all to play for. The Gorgie outfit have realistic … Continue reading The King of Hearts: Steven Naismith holds all the cards in the Jambos season.
Nobody likes talking about it. It’s a horrible issue, one I even try to avoid on Twitter altogether because it opens up a can of worms you’ll struggle to close for quite a while after. Sometimes though, it’s hard not to want to speak up. Steve Clarke did so this week, but the points he … Continue reading Sectarianism in Scottish Football: It’s time to make a stand
In a generation where footballers from the United Kingdom are branching into foreign markets, it has now become an attractive prospect for players to kick-off their professional careers. We have seen great success for Jadon Sancho at Borussia Dortmund whilst the likes of Reece Oxford (Augsburg), Reiss Nelson (Hoffenheim) and Rabi Matondo (Schalke) have made … Continue reading David Bates: The Ginger Ramos in 2. Bundesliga
Episode One of the Pure Fitbaw podcast with Gavin Miller and Owen Brown soundcloud.com/purefitbaw/pure-fitbaw-episode-one/s-YhLqb
Well then... that was a lot, wasn't it? In the article I wrote back in December, I predicted that we would sign maybe 3 players. I was very wrong, we signed almost quadruple that, with 11 players coming in, so my campaign to be considered the next Nostradamus will have to wait a wee bit. … Continue reading Dundee United’s Revolving Door of a transfer Window