Queen Of The South Manager Allan Johnston Reflects on 3-2 Defeat

Despite going 2-0 ahead in the first half of Queen of the South’s Premier Sports Cup fixture, their efforts were reversed as Motherwell fought back to obtain a 3-2 victory. Manager Allan Johnstone said:” In the first half we got the two goals and I thought we got ourselves into good positions. There was times where Motherwell would have the ball but they didn’t cause … Continue reading Queen Of The South Manager Allan Johnston Reflects on 3-2 Defeat

What It Means To Be A Football Fan During A Pandemic

As the final games are being played of the 2020/21 season the end of the season will mark a full season without fans being allowed into grounds to see their favourite teams play. Fans across the country have had their pre-match routine adapted and changed to suit the new way fans have to watch their teams play. Pay per view passes and virtual season tickets … Continue reading What It Means To Be A Football Fan During A Pandemic

The League Title Fight Continues- SWPL1 Results Roundup Week 10

The Scottish Women’s Premier League has been back in action for three weeks after being forced to stop for three months due to the pandemic. Here are the results you may have missed. Celtic were able to secure a comfortable 5-1 victory over Spartans at Ainslie Park in Edinburgh in their first away fixture since the league returned at the start of April. Celtic players … Continue reading The League Title Fight Continues- SWPL1 Results Roundup Week 10

SWPL1, The Season So Far…

The SWPL1 is set to return on April 4th after being suspended due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The remainder of the season will be played until the 16th of May. BBC Alba will also be showing a live game every Sunday. The SWPL1 features the female version of male Premiership teams such as Celtic, Rangers, Motherwell and Hibs. With only eight teams in their … Continue reading SWPL1, The Season So Far…

Scott Brown To Become Aberdeen’s Newest Player And Coach But Has He Got What It Takes?

The Celtic captain is set to join Aberdeen next season for two years to act as both a player and a coach. Brown is currently 35 and is one of the most decorated players in Scottish history. Scott Brown has played in more than 600 games and has been with Celtic for 14 years, he seen the club win 10 league titles overall and helped … Continue reading Scott Brown To Become Aberdeen’s Newest Player And Coach But Has He Got What It Takes?

Stephen Glass Appointed As The New Aberdeen Manager

Atlanta United reserves coach and former Aberdeen midfielder Stephen Glass has officially been appointed as Derek McInnes’s predecessor. Stephen Glass was previously the assistant manager at Shamrock Rovers before moving to America where he became a coach for the Carolina RailHawks, Triangle Futbol Club and Carolina Rapids. He then joined Atlanta United in 2018 to work with their U17 squad before becoming the head coach … Continue reading Stephen Glass Appointed As The New Aberdeen Manager