Former Celtic Frank McGarvey believes Celtic can get a result against Bayern Munich in Germany tonight – as long as the Scottish champions stick to their way of playing. The Hoops take on the German giants in matchday three of the Champions League and McGarvey thinks it could be their night. He said: “I think Celtic can do well tonight, if they sneak … Continue reading Celtic can get a result against Bayern Munich says ex Hoops striker Frank McGarvey
AFTER another failed qualifying campaign Scotland find themselves in a period of transition once again. When next year’s World Cup comes round, the Tartan Army will once more be watching on from home having been firmly left out of the party for the tenth consecutive tournament in a row. Manager Gordon Strachan was sacked following last Sunday’s draw with Slovenia which was a must win … Continue reading SCOTLAND’S NATIONAL TEAM – TIME FOR CHANGE?
By Callum Scott THE DAWNING of a new era is emerging at Rugby Park. Monday saw the appointment of Chelsea legend Steve Clarke as the club’s new manager on a two and a half year-deal. It has appeased the club’s fans as well as figures all across the Scottish game – journalists and punters alike. This comes as Scotland’s oldest professional club has had its … Continue reading Arise Steve Clarke – the saviour of Scotland’s oldest professional football club?
The Kingsford stadium saga opened another chapter as plans for the new stadium were put on hold on Thursday when the club wanted more time to discuss the plans for the new stadium with planners. The proposed £50 million stadium development was set to get the go ahead on Wednesday but the decision on the new 20,000 seater stadium complex will now take place at … Continue reading Aberdeen legend Neil Simpson backs new Kingsford Stadium plans
Presenter Tom Mackinnon is joined in the studio by Lewis Birrell, Ryan Crombie and Andy Scott to round up the days news. Listen here: Continue reading UWS EXTENDED SPORTS BULLETIN
UWS News went to Stranraer on Monday to speak to Andrew, an 11-year old boy who will make his first visit to Dutch side FC Twente next week. Learn more on the wonderful relationship between the two clubs! – By Jan Spaans Continue reading Interview with Stranraer fan Andrew
Kilmarnock star Jordan Jones is fully deserved of his first Northern Ireland call-up, according to the editor of a popular club fanzine. The man behind the ‘Killie Hippo’, Sandy Armour, says the winger will take much-welcomed confidence from the news. “It’s fantastic news for the player firstly – it will give him a real confidence booster. He’s a fantastic player and has played really well … Continue reading Call-up a ‘confidence booster’ for Jones, says die-hard Killie fan
By Tom Mackinnon JACK ROSS was full of praise after the Celtic loanee, Jamie McCart’s debut in an impressive 3-1 win against Queen of the South on Sunday. McCart arrived on a 93-day emergency loan from Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic on Friday, where he had been captain of the U/20s. He arrives at St Mirren as a result of injuries to first choice central defenders Harry Davis and Gary … Continue reading Ross raves about Celtic-kid’s debut for St Mirren
By Jan Willem Spaans Belgian football writer, Raf Willems believes Celtic will come out on top when they travel to face Belgian champions Anderlecht for Wednesday’s Champions League tie. Both sides come into this game on the back of heavy defeats to Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain respectively. With the two powerhouses overwhelming favourites to occupy the two top spots in Group B, the showdown in Brussels … Continue reading Celtic can beat Anderlecht – believes Belgian sports writer
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