In this episode, myself and Robert Borthwick run through some heart-breaking moments from Scottish football before looking at some of the things we’ve fallen in love with.
In his relatively short career as a manager thus far, Ronny Deila has racked up four major honours. First, he led underdogs Strømsgodset to the Norwegian Football Cup before causing a major upset when he lifted the Tippeligaen – Norway’s top flight – with the same club. He followed that up by achieving the double … More Interview: Ronny Deila
For the majority of his five years at the club, Kris Commons has been a mainstay in the Celtic first team. He finished the country’s top scorer for the 2013/14 campaign but a combination of factors means he has since been made to work harder for his starting place. The 32-year old, who scored on … More Interview: Kris Commons
Osman Sow was born in Stockholm and started his career with spells at a few local clubs. A short stint in Moldova was followed by a return to his homeland and then by a move to Crystal Palace. Unfortunately for Sow, injury hampered his progress and he left the club after failing to make a … More Osman Sow: Goal Map
Hibernian dominate in midfield at Tynecastle The first League Cup semi-final, presented by Utilita, was always going to be decided in the midfield area. St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright had confirmed in the run-up that Murray Davidson and Chris Millar were major doubts, though both started the match on Saturday. Hibernian usually line up in … More Terrace Tactics – League Cup semi-finals
This time next year, the Scottish Premiership will introduce a winter break for the first time since the 2002/03 season. Back then, the move to scrap the winter break was criticised by several high-profile individuals in the game, including Alex McLeish and Martin O’Neill – then managers of Rangers and Celtic, respectively. O’Neill also praised … More SPFL Winter Break and League Cup Reconstruction