Identity is the crisis, can’t you see Identity identity.
By Colin McPherson
Scottish football and the new economy.
By Stuart Cosgrove
A postscript to his book The First Game With My Father.
By Michael Tierney
How Ballspielverein Borussia 09 e.V. Dortmund became a part of life for me and my son.
By Hugh MacDonald
I should support Hibs. But I love Celtic. And I look out for Brechin. However my soul belongs to West Ham United.
By Alastair McKay
Prodigiously talented, hard-drinking, headstrong, self-deprecating: Ralph Milne was many things. Above all,
he was great company.
By Neil Forsyth
The story of one of the most remarkable climaxes to a football season – as remembered by those who played in it.
By Richard Winton
I know it seems vindictive to get such satisfaction from the misfortune of someone else, and I know I’m not the vindictive type. But I can explain.
By Alan Pattullo
Pat Nevin has always been a man apart, as a footballer who loved the arts and a tricky winger with a phenomenal appetite for the hard graft of defending. Now one of the most respected pundits, he recalls his early journey from Easterhouse to Stamford Bridge.
By Simon Hart
Scotland can lay claim to having invented modern football, through a line that stretches from Queen’s Park in Victorian days to Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona.
By Jonathan Wilson
Fixtured life recommenced on August 6. Daniel Gray and photographer Alan McCredie witnessed it in Cowdenbeath, Dunfermline, Alloa, Falkirk, Gorgie and Perth.
By Daniel Gray
It wasn’t just poor performances on the pitch that led to David Moyes’ early exit from Spanish football management.
By Euan McTear
Owen Coyle’s managerial trajectory once looked set to propel him from Falkirk to the very highest level. After 17 months in MLS, he is back in the English Championship with Blackburn Rovers. Can a manager once regarded as a perfect fit for the Scotland job get his career back on track?
By Chris Tait
A native of Edinburgh who guided his team to victory over England and who’s influence is still felt on the college soccer fields of Pennsylvania.
By Ian Thomson
The jobs of manager and goalkeeper have much in common. So why are there not more making the transition?
By Paul Forsyth
It had it all. The feuds, the brinkmanship and the wheeling and dealing in a small-screen drama.
By Paul McDonald
They get abuse from the players, venom from the stands and criticism from the managers. And do you know who’s fine with all that? The referees.
By Craig Fowler
Hearts is the latest destination for a player who once seemed to have everything. Will it finally happen for him?
By Heather McKinlay
Why is it that a potentially supreme Scottish talent is destined to wither on the vine?
By Chris Collins