The Forge Market Wishes To Welcome New Young Traders!

The Forge Market has been a staple in Glasgow for many decades and has accumulated a large group of traders. There are traders from all sorts of different backgrounds spanning different cultures, different ages, and different types of businesses. The market has an array of cafes and restaurants, beauty salons, clothing stalls, furniture stalls and many other unique businesses such as: a bath-bomb stall, a … Continue reading The Forge Market Wishes To Welcome New Young Traders!

Euro 2020: Scotland’s International Football Dream Comes To An End Or Has It…

After a painful 3-1 defeat to Croatia on Tuesday, Scotland are officially eliminated from the Euros. Despite a brilliant equaliser from Callum McGregor before half time, the game unfortunately ended in Croatia’s favour. Steve Clarke’s side showed determination and fight throughout the game but the loss was down to Croatia simply being the better team. Scotland manager Steve Clarke has said that the Euros was … Continue reading Euro 2020: Scotland’s International Football Dream Comes To An End Or Has It…

Euro 2020: What Went Wrong With Scotland

Scotland faced the Czech Republic in their first match of the Euros. They suffered a 2-0 defeat at Hampden as fans have been left disappointed and angry. Fans were immediately skeptical as key players Kieran Tierney, Che Adams and hopeful youngsters Billy Gilmour, David Turnbull and Nathan Paterson were absent from the starting 11. The players played well as a whole but the inability to … Continue reading Euro 2020: What Went Wrong With Scotland

Euro 2020: Are The Rules Too Strict Or Not Strict Enough?

Euro 2020 is set to hit Glasgow next week with fans flocking to Hampden and official ‘fan zones’ to cheer on the national team in their first major tournament in 22 years. However, what would normally be a hugely celebrated occasion is now one of division and restrictions due to the ongoing pandemic. The 12,000 spectators at Hampden have been allocated timed slots on when … Continue reading Euro 2020: Are The Rules Too Strict Or Not Strict Enough?

The SWPL2 Everything you need to know

The Scottish Women’s Premier League 2 is now back in action after being postponed due to the outgoing pandemic. Two promotion places are available this season for teams to progress into the SWPL1 and since there was no relegation this year anyone could win their place in the top flight of Scottish women’s football. The league is made up of 10 teams: Aberdeen, Hamilton Accies, … Continue reading The SWPL2 Everything you need to know

Council Cuts Force Glasgow Golf Course Closures

Glasgow City Council have confirmed the continued closure of leisure venues across the city with the permanent closure of five of the city’s golf courses also being announced. With lockdown measures easing nationwide, many gyms, football centres and golf courses in Glasgow remain closed to the public. Alexandra Park Golf Course in Glasgow’s east end is amongst the golf courses being permanently closed, leading to … Continue reading Council Cuts Force Glasgow Golf Course Closures