As Nutmeg turns 30, we reveal...
Out now: Issue 30 and our Back Heel special edition
Issue 30 includes:
The Nutmeg Interview: Teddy Jamieson talks to Lou Macari.
A conversation with Palermo’s Liam Henderson.
Hugh MacDonald’s pilgrimage to Lisbon.
Dundee United’s Liam Grimshaw on an ex-teammate’s retirement.
What makes a good shirt sponsor?
Back Heel: A selection of Scottish football writing from Nutmeg
Since 2016, over 1,000 articles about Scottish football’s past, present and future have appeared in the pages of Nutmeg.
Now, to commemorate reaching print magazine Issue 30 and offer a catch-up for those who have not read Nutmeg before, a beautifully-curated selection of them is published together for the first time.Buy Issue 30 Buy Back Heel
More from the magazine: Scotland at the Euros
Lubomir Moravcik: Celtic’s bona fide Czech legend
Lubomir Moravcik silenced the doubters in his first game. By the time he left Celtic four years later, the goal-scoring creative midfielder was a genuine club great.
‘And that was when Stevie Morrison farted’ — The day Dunfermline sang at Pebble Mill
The unforgettable story of how Dunfermline became daytime TV music stars singing the theme from EastEnders.
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Billy Hainey: How the first man of Tannadice set Dundee United on their way in Europe
Billy Hainey’s playing career was marked by a remarkable series of footballing firsts. Then, in 1966, he secured his place in the Tangerines’ Hall of Fame by scoring them their first ever European goal in a giant-killing Fairs Cup win over Barcelona.
Where it all started: Remembering our Swedish caper in ’92
Scotland have qualified for Euro 2024 — the fourth time they will join the continent's elite for a summer of adventure. Daniel Gray reminisces on when Andy Roxburgh’s team made the breakthrough in '92.
The legendary game that led to a legendary headline
Caley did indeed go ballistic. Celtic were indeed atrocious.
From Trinidad to Scotland: Russell Latapy’s love affair with Hibs and Falkirk
Russell Latapy lit up Scottish football for over a decade, bringing joy to fans and delight to his teammates through an irrepressible love of the game and of life.
Jocky Scott: A man for all seasons
As a forward with Dundee and Aberdeen, Jocky Scott was ahead of his time. As a coach, he has been even more influential over the decades.