By Keiran Fleming After what was a disappointing return to the major international stage for Scotland, Steve Clarke will be looking for his men to bounce back when they come face-to-face with ‘Auld Enemy’ England. Both nation’s footballing history have been intertwined ever since their first meeting in 1872, making it the oldest international fixtureContinue reading “Five Unforgettable Clashes with the Auld Enemy”
Following the conclusion to the SWPL season, one of the games most recognised names, Clare Gemmell, played her final game as she is to hang up her boots. In a career that has seen her play at the highest level, including the Champions League, Clare got a well deserved send off from her club and those within the game.
Tommy Muir recently moved to Stranraer from fellow League 2 side Stenhousemuir, and it was third time lucky for The Blues manager Stevie Farrell, as he finally gets is man. Muir has a glowing reputation with managers in the Scottish Lower Leagues and has had to make difficult phone calls to reputable managers to tell them that he would not be joining them.
Sir Alex Ferguson’s Aberdeen are etched in the memory of football fans across the country. Their win over Real Madrid in the 1983 European Cup Winners Cup final will always be seen as the greatest moment in the club’s history.
During the 1986 Mexico World Cup the eyes of the globe were on Maradona, however, there was another breakthrough star making his name on the international stage, Brazilian Josimar.