Weird Weekends: Finding Friends and Visiting Forfar with TNS

I arrived in Forfar on a sunny autumn afternoon without any real idea about what I was doing there. Facing the idea of a dull, Liverpool-less, international weekend, I decided to have a look and see what else was on. … Continue reading

Excellent Scotland stun Sweden with second half strikes

    Scotland produced an excellent display to defeat Sweden 2-0 in an International Challenge Match in Edinburgh. Outplayed at times in the first half by a strong Sweden side, Scotland emerged from the break and outran, outworked and outfought … Continue reading

Hay hat-trick fires Edinburgh City into Scottish Cup third round

Tight matches are often won by a moment of magic. Today’s cup tie between Edinburgh City and Preston Athletic was won by two. It may sound like an exaggeration to say that Edinburgh City’s Scott Hay won the match on … Continue reading

How the Highlands became a Scottish football power

On Saturday, the holders of the Scottish Cup and the Scottish League Cup will meet in the Scottish Premiership. A few seasons ago you would have expected this to be a clash between Rangers and Celtic but it is fair … Continue reading

Hands off Hibs: The Fight for the Future of your Football Team

2015 marks the 25th anniversary of one of Scottish football’s most controversial sagas. Wallace Mercer, the owner of Hearts, had announced plans to takeover the financially stricken Hibs and merge the two clubs together. He claimed that if the two … Continue reading

Edinburgh City 1-2 Buckie Thistle: Match Review of Scottish Cup Second Round

The Scottish Cup is the oldest football competition in the world. Hampden Park has been the venue for the majority of the Scottish Cup finals, including the very first in 1873. It also holds numerous attendance records such as Europe’s … Continue reading