On this week's Pure Fitbaw podcast we discuss the managerial vacancies at Hearts and Hibs and suggest some candidates for the roles. Listen in now at Apple, Android, Spotify or by using the embedded player below for the full list and keep reading for an advance taster of some of the options.
On this bonus podcast episode, 'Stat To The Future', Owen (www.twitter.com/OwenJamesBrown) and Gavin (www.twitter.com/PureFitbaw) use data from Modern Fitba to take a look back at the players of the 2018/19 Scottish Premiership season
Alloa’s pre-season has been cast with a shadow of doubt up until last weeks movement from Alloa and St Mirren. The highly rated Irishman, Jim Goodwin, returned home to St Mirren on a three year deal, meaning Alloa were once again on the lookout for a new boss after losing out to the Paisley side. … Continue reading A new era dawns at Alloa with the arrival of Peter Grant
It's official Shelley Kerr has selected her twenty-three women squad for Scotland's debut at the Women's World Cup in France. Here at Pure Fitbaw we give you the low down on the names and faces you'll be cheering on this summer as Kerr's side take on England, Japan and Argentina in Group A before hopefully going further than any of our national sides have gone before … Continue reading Our Girls, Our Game: Assessing Scotland’s Women’s World Cup Squad
Perhaps I’m biased, but for my money there isn’t a better professional football league in the world than the Scottish Championship. This season especially has had more twists, turns and backstabbing than a typical series of Line of Duty and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. Falkirk FC are of course the undisputed World Heavyweight Champion of patter this season, of that there is no doubt, but every Rock needs their Austin. Step forward, Greenock Morton.
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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.