As Scotland were forced to take part in England’s attempt at the mannequin challenge for the last 15 minutes of Friday evening’s World Cup Qualifier at Wembley, many of us were left wondering what next? The obvious answer is the … Continue reading What next for Scotland?
By @Kyle_Gunn97 Gordon Strachan’s time as Scotland manager began back in 2013, however, his time in the national hot seat is surely all but over. Scotland missed big opportunities at crucial moments against England on Friday night but in all … Continue reading OPINION: Strachan’s time as Scotland boss is all but over
By @Kyle_Gunn97 On Friday night The Auld Enemy will face each other in a competitive fixture for the first time in 17 years when they walk out of the tunnel side by side at Wembley Stadium in a 2018 World … Continue reading England v Scotland preview: Scots head to Wembley with a point to prove
Scotland may have a problem in a number of positions, but left back is certainly not one of them. Widely agreed to be our strongest area, we have Andy Robertson and Kieran Tierney, two of the best young full-backs in Britain … Continue reading Left Back: Who will get the nod for Wembley trip?
With Gordon Strachan set for talks with the SFA early next week, the general consensus from many has been “…but who could replace him?!”. And when Paul Lambert is instilled as the bookies’ favourite – it’s a fair point. We … Continue reading The Scotland Contenders: Alex Neil
By @Kyle_Gunn97 Twenty minutes to go and 1-0 down to Lithuania, Gordon Strachan takes off Matt Ritchie and brings on Leigh Griffiths. Scotland showed absolutely nothing up front for seventy minutes, so why was the country’s most potent goal threat … Continue reading Should Griffiths lead the line for Scotland?
Relax Hoops fans…he ain’t away yet. The Celtic striker made his debut for the France under-21 side on Thursday night, inevitably grabbing a goal, and a beauty at that. Manager Didier Deschamps is a fan and you suspect it won’t be long before he is … Continue reading OPINION: Why Moussa Dembele will be SPFL’s most expensive export ever