The Scottish Premiership is set to return on the 31st of July. The opening weekend features games between St Mirren and newly promoted Dundee, Rangers vs Livingston, Ross County vs St Johnstone and Hearts vs Celtic with the Rangers and Celtic games being broadcasted on Sky Sports. Sunday the 1st of August sees Motherwell face Hibs and Aberdeen will play Dundee United which will also … Continue reading Scottish Premiership Fixtures Announcement.
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
ABERDEEN Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes waged in with his thoughts surrounding the recent criticisms aimed towards referees and linesmen this season and the lack of communication between them and managers. When speaking to the Press And Journal McInnes said “A lot of times managers will approach referees in the right manner. I do think managers deserve an explanation, although referees may see that differently. If … Continue reading League Cup Winners, Red Cards Galore And Dancing Shirtless To Sweet Caroline- SPFL Weekly Recap Feb 27th-March 6th
Motherwell went into the game with key players such as Bevis Mugabi, Stephen O’Donnell, captain Declan Gallagher, Alan Campbell, Sherwin Seedorf and Mark O’Hara all missing from the team sheet due to injuries, non-covid illnesses and match suspensions. Overall Motherwell have a full starting 11 worth of players injured from their roster which led to major gaps in their defence and midfield. Tony Watt wore … Continue reading Has The Steelmen’s Losing Spell Returned? Motherwell VS St Johnstone Match Report
It’s official! Tommy Wright, former St Johnstone manager is the new manager of Kilmarnock FC. Wright had stepped down from his position at St Johnstone after serving them for seven years. He credited his departure to him needing a break and time to himself after he completed the goals, he had set out to achieve for the club. Some of these included seeing St Johnstone … Continue reading ‘Tommy Wright Loves The Blue And White’: New Kilmarnock Manager Confirmed