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Chippy Hero #2: Eugene ‘Who’s the Dadi?’

Eugene Dadi. A man who flirted with Scottish football for just two seasons, yet one that many will remember in some way or another, particularly those connected with Aberdeen and Livingston. A man who had a penchant for the sublime,… Continue Reading →

Foran’s forage into management is faltering

0 league wins in the last 10 games is a dismal record for anyone. But for Inverness Caley’s fledgling young manager, Richie Foran, it could prove to be that bit more fatal. If an experienced ‘been-round-the-block’ manager was on a… Continue Reading →

The SFA is in another galaxy if it wants to go the Malky way

It has been revealed this week that Malky Mackay is on the verge of being named as the SFA’s new performance director, after previous favourite Austin McPhee decided to take the role as Hearts’ assistant manager, alongside Ian Cathro. The… Continue Reading →

Scotland’s prodigal son? We should celebrate the dawn of Ian Cathro

After Robbie Neilson’s anticipated, and unnecessarily dramatic, exit from Hearts FC earlier this week, the Scottish footballing world held a collective breath, eagerly anticipating the club’s next move. Hearts have gone bold and handed the managerial reigns to 30-year-old Ian… Continue Reading →

In defence of the diddy teams…

It would not be an exaggeration to suggest that Hearts owner Anne Budge is Scottish football’s most popular administrator. In a field cluttered with individuals that supporters view variously as “blazers”, “bean-counters” and general egomaniacs, Budge has managed to carve… Continue Reading →

It’s time: Bring back booze to Scottish football

  Nobody is naive enough to deny that some football fans, like in any walk of life, simply cannot be trusted with booze. But the solution is not to ban it altogether, but to regulate its sale. The tale of… Continue Reading →

From Can Cans to Locos – This is not the League of Highland Gentlemen

Labelled as ‘Britain’s most northerly senior football championship’, the Highland League is one of the greatest footballing institutions in Scotland.   There is very little to loathe about a league that gives us club names such as Forres Mechanics and… Continue Reading →

Kingsford move could be make or break for Aberdeen: The club must get it right

Aberdeen pressed ahead with their plans to move from Pittodrie to Kingsford this week, after releasing images of the proposed new stadium, and signalling their intent to apply for planning permission by the end of the year. vente de newbalance… Continue Reading →

Hibs’ Christmas initiative provides proof that Scottish football can be a force for good.

Hibernian FC have announced that the club will open its Easter Road home on Christmas day to those who “might not otherwise enjoy” the festive period. The “Gamechanger Christmas” initiative, delivered by the club’s community foundation and NHS Lothian, will… Continue Reading →

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