My girlfriend scoffs when I tell her my Dad watches more football than I do. If he has to go out when Luton are taking on Middlesbrough, he’ll record it. Family dinnertime will be shifted if it coincides with Levante kicking off against Mallorca. When he moved to Dundee from Annecy in France (the best … Continue reading 1994 Scottish Cup final – re-remembering the end of the Hampden Hoodoo
Ross Wilson Could Change The Game For Rangers
“It has given me time to find out more about him, how he works and have some really detailed conversations so we can't wait to start the relationship. It is only around the corner so that is fantastic news for the club." Steven Gerrard was positive and enthusiastic when was asked about the appointment of Ross Wilson, former Southampton Director of Football Operations, as Rangers' Sporting Director. Wilson replaces Mark Allen as the man that Gerrard will have to trust and rely upon to deliver the club's recruitment strategy. That strategy, and its execution, has maybe not quite been up to the standard of a forward thinking club in recent years.
5 Premiership Players Left In Limbo After Transfer Window Closure
A few days on from the transfer window closing, there are players who now find themselves in limbo having been unable to secure a transfer away from their respective employers during the Summer. Here are five Scottish Premiership player who currently find themselves in this situation... Scott Sinclair - Celtic Sinclair has fallen right down … Continue reading 5 Premiership Players Left In Limbo After Transfer Window Closure
Celtic & Rangers Learn Europa League Group Stage Fates
Celtic and Rangers have learned who they will be facing in this year's Europa League group stages following the draw in Monte Carlo, Monaco. The Celts have been drawn in group E and will face Lazio, Rennes and Cluj whilst the Gers have been placed in group G and will face Porto, Young Boys and … Continue reading Celtic & Rangers Learn Europa League Group Stage Fates
What Could Ryan Kent’s Possible Rangers Return Mean For Other Left Wingers At The Club?
Reports suggesting Liverpool winger Ryan Kent could be set for a return to Rangers continue to persist in the media. Kent is seemingly pushing to return to the club he made 43 appearances for last season whilst on loan, in which he scored six goals and provided nine assists. Kent quickly became a fan favourite … Continue reading What Could Ryan Kent’s Possible Rangers Return Mean For Other Left Wingers At The Club?
5 Rangers Players Who Could Do With A Move Away Before The Transfer Window Closes
The end of the transfer window is in sight and there are still some players that could do with moving away either temporarily or permanantely from Rangers. Here are five players we think should be looking for a move away from Ibrox... Zak Rudden The young striker starred whilst on loan at Falkirk last season … Continue reading 5 Rangers Players Who Could Do With A Move Away Before The Transfer Window Closes
Things we learned about the Premiership this weekend: Round 2
The Scottish Premiership second round was arguably as good as the first round with goals galore. Celtic and Rangers have maintained their 100% starts to the season with both recording huge wins whilst Angelo Alessio's side find themselves bottom without a single point to their name. Here's some things we learned from round two of … Continue reading Things we learned about the Premiership this weekend: Round 2
3 Scottish Premiership Clubs Who Could Do With Signing Rangers Starlet Zak Rudden
Zak Rudden netted 12 goals last season and was one of few bright sparks in what was a dismal season for Falkirk as they were relegated to League One. Rudden scored over twice as many goals in the Championship as the next closest striker under 21 last season and after such a productive spell, it … Continue reading 3 Scottish Premiership Clubs Who Could Do With Signing Rangers Starlet Zak Rudden
Things we learned about the Premiership this weekend: Round 1
The Scottish Premiership is back and the first weekend of action in Scotland’s top flight certainly didn’t disappoint with goals aplenty. Celtic sit top thanks to their performance which really put down a marker for the rest of the clubs whilst St Johnstone find themselves bottom having faced the wrath of Neil Lennon's side. Here … Continue reading Things we learned about the Premiership this weekend: Round 1