By Anthony Evans @anthonyevans97 Alloa host Ayr tomorrow at the Indodrill Stadium, knowing that a win could kickstart their season. Three points for Ayrshire side, on the other hand, could be enough to see them lead the pack in the … Continue reading Alloa Athletic v Ayr United Preview: Honest Men look to extend winning run
By Marc Birch Angelo Alessio’s Kilmarnock travel to Celtic Park for the first time this season. After a difficult start to the season for the Italian, his side now boast an impressive two wins in a row and head to … Continue reading Alessio’s Confident Killie
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. … Continue reading Should Gerrard keep tinkering?
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 … Continue reading Auchinleck Talbot v Ayr United Preview
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 … Continue reading Talbot Aim for Historic 5th Round
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 … Continue reading Kilmarnock vs Forfar, upset on the cards?
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 … Continue reading On this day: Did Strachan appointment benefit Scotland?
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 side qualifying for the World Cup in France later this year. Last year’s double cup winners Hibernian ran out winners against fellow Edinburgh outfit Spartans at Ainslie Park. Rangers played Hearts at New Tinto Park … Continue reading SWPL PRE-SEASON 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 … Continue reading Scottish Premiership January Transfer Window Round Up
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 … Continue reading Killie Exodus : Stars on the verge of exit