The quest for a family-friendly match-day experience is ruining Scottish football for the average fan. No standing, no booze, no pyro often means no atmosphere and no enjoyment. Why are supporters in Scotland treated so differently from those in other countries?
‘The Garrincha of the Nordics’ was regarded as the most scintillating player of his generation in his home country and for a brief period wowed fans in Scotland. But few people outside his home country and the Scottish club he graced are likely to know much about him.
It was under John Robertson that Inverness Caledonian Thistle made history by becoming the first club from the Highlands to be promoted to the SPL. However there are strong claims for the side managed by his predecessor, Steve Paterson, to be regarded as the club’s best-ever team. Here we analyses the players, the tactics, the formations and the performances of both squads.