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 Ryan Brown For many young football fans in Scotland, their dream would be to walk out onto the pitch alongside their favourite player but some may be held back by poverty. Locally, Ayr United offer a match day mascot … Continue reading Poverty could prevent child mascot opportunities
By Lewis McLeod Youngster Ryan Porteous and Loanee Jason Naismith have been ruled out for long periods of time. Porteous picked up his knock after going into a tough slide tackle against Dundee United. The young centre half has had his career plagued by injury and this is just another set back he will look to overcome. Hibs Talk Podcast host Gavin Wilson had his say on Porteous’ on-off career. “Ryan is a player who is always learning, and it has been a joy to see the improvements from last season. As upsetting it is as a fan, it’s more … Continue reading Porteous & Naismith out long-term
By Calum Brown On Monday, Hamilton Accies boss Brian Rice admitted to an addiction to betting, having allegedly breached the SFA’s gambling rules. Rice’s admission to the addiction sent shockwaves through Scottish football, but the support and loyalty shown by … Continue reading Brian Rice backed by Accies after revealing gambling addiction
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 Dale Eaton “Even though I’m aware of the risks I’m still going to do it until my legs give up completely” stated East Fife winger Danny Denholm. A study released in the New England Journal of Medicine found that: “mortality … Continue reading A Scottish footballer’s view on dementia risks
By Calum Brown Livingston tasted defeat to Rangers on Sunday for the third time this season, meaning the Lions have picked up just five points from a possible 27 in their last nine Premiership games. Strikes from Joe Aribo and … Continue reading Gary Holt brands Rangers defeat as ‘toughest day at the office’ as Livingston go five games without a win
By Ben Kearney Those final moments in the Parc des Princes that saw the women’s national team crash out of the FIFA World Cup after being three goals up, the after-match debrief that turned into a national scandal. It’s certainly … Continue reading Shelley Kerr: A champion for our game
by Ryan Brown On the day of Ayr United ’s managerial interviews, goalkeeper Ellis Hare-Reid was full of praise for interim boss Sandy Stewart as the club look to fill a permanent post. Owner Lachlan Cameron had a six man … Continue reading Sandy Stewart backed for permanent Ayr United job