Hearts’ new manager, Daniel Stendel, will take up his post with the Tynecastle club tomorrow. Stendel will replace […]
Former Glasgow Warriors star Colin Gregor believes Scotland’s pro teams can progress to the latter stages of this […]
Scotland will not secure qualification for the 2020 UEFA European championships, despite Russia’s four-year ban from all major […]
New Hibs manager, Jack Ross, began his Easter Road career with a 3-1 home win against Motherwell on […]
Bonnyrigg Rose will play Clyde in the fourth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup after the draw […]
Ex-Scotland prop Peter Wright believes that England coach Eddie Jones is running true to form by claiming that […]
Hibs fans believe new manager, Jack Ross, could be the man to lead the capital side to a […]
By Gemma Stroyan Despite the deaths of 4 horses last week, Musselburgh Racecourse is open for the Christmas […]
By Lynn Rusk Over half of Brits want to do more to tackle derogatory anti-LGBT language at […]
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Hibernian FCs head coach Kevin Milne has made the perfect start to his tenure at Ainslie Park, with midfielder Lisa Robertson stating that he’s had a “massive impact” since stepping in.
Since the foundation of the Premier League in 1992, Scottish managers have been a prominent presence on the touchline of English soil.
This season has been the first year since the beginning of the league where a manager north of the border has been absent – until last week that is.
A round-up of today’s developing Sports stories: A survey conducted by players’ union FIFPro into the working conditions of […]
It’s been little under a month since Andy Murray made history by securing his position as the world number one in men’s singles tennis.
Claiming the title from his rival Novak Djokovic, he became the first British player to reach the top-spot since computerised rankings began in 1973.
On November 6th he celebrated the achievement by winning the Paris Masters for the first time in his career.
Murray has brought much attention to Scottish Tennis and has had a considerable effect on the uptake in the sport.
Tennis Scotland said:
“Since Andy broke into the top 10 of world rankings in 2007, the number of people playing tennis in venues and clubs across Scotland has risen from around 30,000 to almost 54,000.”
Scottish Hockey has made its first announcement as part of the Professional Coaching Programme this week. Three coaches […]
By: Al Muthu The Netherlands survived a minor scare to kill Scotland’s hopes of appearing in the 2012 […]
Talking to yourself is not always bad, according to a recent study. Sports and exercise psychologist Dr David […]
Scottish Premier League Hibernian FC vs Kilmarnock- 19/11/11 at 3pm. Manager-less Hibs take on Kilmarnock at Easter Road […]
McGrady scored 26 points in his Knicks debut Saturday night, two days after being acquired in a trade. […]
By Shane de Barra At the end of his first game as head coach, Andy Robinson’s head must have been […]
By Jennifer Russell The International Children’s games 2011 will be hosted in Lanarkshire after a joint bid from […]
By Darren Shek5/11/09 November the 14th, a date of destiny for the hopes and dreams of a whole […]
Simon Crosbie Darlington 2-1 Shrewsbury. It may not have been one of the most glamorous fixtures in the weekends football calander […]
By Stewart Primrose It was a sports fest this weekend for sports fans, but with more than just […]