With students and staff not permitted on campus due to the Corona Virus Pandemic, UWS Journalism lecturer James Mahon launches a Video Guest Lecture series via Microsoft Teams with 6 leading journalists from across the world. This week we hear … Continue reading Jon Birchall, Guest Lecture, Discussing his Extensive Media Career From FIFA Intern to Goal.com, Man Utd and Reach PLC
With students and staff not permitted on campus due to the Corona Virus Pandemic, UWS Journalism lecturer James Mahon launches a Video Guest Lecture series via Microsoft Teams with 6 leading journalists from across the world. Isla Todd discusses her … Continue reading From Freelancing Across Scotland to Coming Home To The Highlands, BBC Reporter Isla Todd Guest Lecture
by Mya Bollan Scottish Football clubs to struggle as the game is suspended until 30 April at the earliest. Despite the Scottish football authorities (SFA) providing £1.5 million of funding, the financial hardship that coronavirus will inevitably bring to Scottish … Continue reading Football Fears: How are clubs coping with coronavirus?
By Lewis McLeod Classic Football Shirts have made its long awaited debut in Glasgow, there were many requests on where they should visit for a pop up shop and their decision was Glasgow. Doug, one of the founders of Classic Football Shirts, set up the shop and had it opened for 10am this morning – upstairs from SneakersER – and revealed the response its got so far. “Its been packed all the way through and lots of people buying stuff, it couldn’t have gone any better.” The company posted on Instagram that Jonny Hayes was in the store having a … Continue reading Classic football shirts make long overdue Glasgow appearance
By Ben Kearney Further mass-criticism of VAR has prompted Arsene Wenger to announce that changes to the offside rule could be made, to help reduce ambiguity. Wenger, who is now FIFA’s Chief of Global Football Development, has suggested that a … Continue reading VAR controversy could see change in offside rule
By Ben Kearney Scotland’s Cerebral Palsy National Football Team are determined to reclaim their place as one of the world’s best. Funding has been severely cut over time from the Scottish FA, and the group have struggled to keep up … Continue reading Scotland’s Cerebral Palsy football team look ahead to important year
by Ryan Brown With St. Mirren’s Danny Mullen a notable entry to the Professional Footballer’s Association (PFA) Scotland’s available players list, just how difficult is it for Scottish football players to find a new club? Former Livingston reserves forward and … Continue reading How do Scottish football players find new clubs?
By Jack Currie V.A.R is a continuing hot topic for debate, not only here in Scotland but across the world as the impact the technology has on the game only increases week by week and decision by decision. The introduction … Continue reading “Issues need to be ironed out”- Jim Goodwin on V.A.R
by Ryan Brown Scottish Fire and Rescue have reinforced the danger of pyrotechnics inside football stadiums. Assistant Chief Officer Ross Haggart is the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service’s Director of Prevention and Protection. He said: “The abuse of these pyrotechnics in … Continue reading Authorities warn against pyrotechnics at football matches
By Calum Brown Former Buddies boss Jack Ross returns to his old club tonight as Hibernian face St Mirren in the Scottish Premiership under the lights at the Simple Digital Arena. It will be Ross’ second game in charge of Hibs … Continue reading Jack Ross returns to Paisley as Hibs take on St Mirren