By Andrea Triunfo and Alejandro Basterrechea It was a huge weekend for football from all over the world. […]
By Ari Brynjolfsson Former Rangers footballer Arnold Peralta has been shot dead in his Honduran hometown. The 26-year-old […]
By Alexander Neal, Lauren Elliott and Lisa Mitchell. Listen to Alex Thomson (Channel 4 News) and Mark Daly […]
Glasgow Rangers have more than 140 years of history, but the past few months may have been the […]
By: Maxim Lewerenz Football: Celtic are still on track on winning their first SPL title in four years […]
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It’s believed that at least four Rangers players have taken a 75% pay cut. Steven Whittaker and Steven […]
by Ryan C. Gavan
Being an impartial observer, spending time covering the Old Firm clash at Hampden Park yesterday was an experience in the very least. It was the first time the teams have met since the much publicised game two weeks ago, all eyes were watching. I went wondering whether the fans had taken any notice of the warnings or the Summit on the Old Firm.
I was greeted by a very heavy police presence. It looked to me like a the preparation for a riot. Mixing with fans on both sides, I noticed that the sectarian attitude is engrained to Old Firm meetings. Tri-colours on one side, Union Jacks on the other, it goes beyond religion to politics, using that term very loosely. One Rangers fan had a scarf with the words “William of Orange” while a Celtic fan wore a top with “Bobby Sands MP” embroidered in orange and green. Speaking to both sets of fans, they blame the other for the trouble. The real issue here is the culture, the so-called “90-minute bigot.” They go to the game, sing their sectarian songs and go home, not thinking about it until the next meeting. The issue for politicians, police and the Old Firm itself, is how to change years of hatred. Many wonder whether this is even possible.
by Patrick McPartlin
The ripples from last Wednesday’s explosive Scottish Cup replay between Celtic and Rangers continue to spread, with former First Minister Henry McLeish requesting both teams to “put their house in order” on the eve of a summit at Holyrood. Representatives of both clubs, the Scottish football authorities and the police will be present at the summit.
By Tony Garner After Wayne’s lunchtime wondergoal you could be forgiven for thinking that no other football took […]
By Ryan C. Gavan Two goals from Roberto Soldado and a third from Tino Costa thwarted Rangers from […]
By Christopher Hall For years Scottish Football has had it’s issues, everyone knows that. Sectarianism, racism and debt […]
Rangers beat St Mirren 1-0 on Sunday to win the Scottish League Cup despite being two men short. […]
By Phil Turnbull The Scotland versus Wales friendly match tomorrow is threatening to be overshadowed by the continuing […]
By Ross Doyle Urinea Urziceni beat Rangers 4-1 last night almost ending their hopes of qualification for the […]
By Myles Edwards Hearts and Hibs bosses have clashed over Walter Smith’s claim that Scottish football is dying a slow death. […]
By Stewart Primrose Tuesday’s defeat to Arsenal raises many questions for Celtic manager Tony Mowbray, whose honeymoon period […]
by Andrew Moir As Rangers FC stars Barry Ferguson and Allan McGregor are suspended from their clubs and […]
By Stewart Primrose Celtic defeated Rangers 2-0 yesterday to win the Co-operative Insurance Cup, after an extra time […]
By Paul McCormack
18-goal Kris Boyd was given permission to speak to the championship promotion contenders after a bid thought to be in the region of £3.5m was accepted by Sir David Murray’s side.
With a busy weekend of sport ahead, Ross Hart takes a look at the upcoming action. Football: Weather permitting, […]
By Ross Hart Hearts have come to an agreement with Arbroath to postpone payment of money owed to […]
Graeme Macleod previews this weekend’s sports action. Rugby: Heineken Cup Pool Two Edinburgh Gunners vs. London Wasps The […]