Should Gerrard keep tinkering?

by Kenny Boag. Rangers lost 2-1 to Kilmarnock at Rugby Park on Wednesday night. A  Rangers  bound Jordan Jones, 66 minute winner was enough to see off Gerrard’s Rangers team that included veteran signings Jermaine Defoe and Steven Davies.   There was a feel good factor for many Rangers fans heading into the game against 3rd placed Kilmarnock. The team had finished the first half … Continue reading Should Gerrard keep tinkering?

Auchinleck Talbot v Ayr United Preview

By Sarah Peddie Ayr United are set to play another junior team in the Scottish Cup after their previous tie against Beith Juniors. Auchinleck Talbot will host the Championship side this weekend at an historic sellout game at Beechwood Park for the fourth round of the competition. Auchinleck Talbot head into the game on Saturday on a high with an impressive 3-1 win over local … Continue reading Auchinleck Talbot v Ayr United Preview

Talbot Aim for Historic 5th Round

By Darren Weir UWS News – B00305631 Auchinleck Talbot are eyeing history in the William Hill Scottish Cup this weekend when they take on Ayr United at Beechwood Park.   ‘The Bot’ have the chance to progress to the fifth round of the Scottish Cup for the first time in their history. However, standing in their way of achieving this feat is fellow Ayrshire side, Ayr … Continue reading Talbot Aim for Historic 5th Round

Kilmarnock vs Forfar, upset on the cards?

By Lewis Walker League One promotion hopefuls Forfar Athletic will be looking to cause a Scottish Cup upset as they travel to Ayrshire to face Kilmarnock this weekend. The away side, who currently sit 4th in Scottish League One will be hoping to take advantage of any complacency within the Killie camp as the teams prepare for the clash at 3pm on Saturday at Rugby … Continue reading Kilmarnock vs Forfar, upset on the cards?

On this day: Did Strachan appointment benefit Scotland?

by Ben Robertson Six years ago today the Scottish football association confirmed Gordon Strachan as the manager of Scotland, in a bid to revive the national squad. But was it the right call? Following the sacking of current Hearts manager Craig Levein, the Scottish national squad were looking to fill a huge gap in their national sides line- up. Levein was sacked on the fifth … Continue reading On this day: Did Strachan appointment benefit Scotland?

SWPL PRE-SEASON ROUND UP

By David Marshall Domestic football returned for Scotland’s women’s teams as SWPL sides up and down the country played their first round of preseason fixtures. The 2019 season is set to be one of the biggest ever with clubs investing more than ever into their women’s teams. There is more attention than ever on the women’s game thanks in no small part to the national … Continue reading SWPL PRE-SEASON ROUND UP

Scottish Premiership January Transfer Window Round Up

By Anthony Evans The Scottish Premiership has already seen a flurry of activity in the first 11 days of the January transfer window. Four clubs have yet to enter the market for a player so far, and will have until midnight on Thursday January 31st to finalise their signings that could make all the difference in the second half of this remarkable Premiership season. Aberdeen … Continue reading Scottish Premiership January Transfer Window Round Up

Killie Exodus : Stars on the verge of exit

By Marc Birch Problems could be on the horizon for Kilmarnock in 2019 after an incredible 2018. With a new year comes a new transfer window, and the potential loss of those players that have helped see the club hit new heights. Jordan Jones has already sparked controversy regarding his decision to sign a pre-contract with Rangers. And news has surfaced in recent days that … Continue reading Killie Exodus : Stars on the verge of exit

More transfer misery for Killie as Stewart recalled.

by Jordan Robertson. There has been another blow for Kilmarnock and their title hopes as top scorer Greg Stewart has been recalled by parent club Birmingham. The attacker joined the Rugby Park side at the beginning of the season on a season long loan and has played a vital part in the high flying Ayrshire side’s incredible season so far. Stewart, 28, was meant to … Continue reading More transfer misery for Killie as Stewart recalled.

Rangers in Moscow – Blue Wave Descends on Red Square

by David Marshall Over 700 Rangers fans are expected to travel to Moscow ahead of the Ibrox side’s Europa League tie with Spartak Moscow. Rangers Supporters Liaison Officer, Greg Marshall, says that huge travelling support is ‘incredible’. He continued: “I’ve always said that we have the best support in the country and when you look at the amount of people we have going on a … Continue reading Rangers in Moscow – Blue Wave Descends on Red Square