By Keiran Fleming Henderson to deliver... Their league season was relatively forgettable, with the Hibees finishing third behind champions Rangers and Falkirk. Hibs would also be knocked out by Falkirk in the play-off semi final. It was their Cup runs that got the fans up off their seats. Hibs had a fantastic run in both… Continue reading Classic Teams: Hibernian 2016, Scottish Cup Winners
By Keiran Fleming Premier League Ross County were able to rescue a point at home against St Johnstone who came back took the lead early in the second half. However, Matthew Kennedy put the ball into the saints net giving the staggies a draw. If Tommy Wright’s team held on for the win they would… Continue reading SPFL Round-Up: A Premiership title race? No easy rides for leaders in other divisions.
By Greg Taylor Scottish Premiership Rangers tore apart Aberdeen in a five goal thrashing at Ibrox this weekend. A James Tavernier double from the penalty spot and goals from Greg Stewart, Alfredo Morelos and Jermain Defoe saw the Gers come away with all three points at a canter. The Dons proved to be a thorn… Continue reading SPFL Round-Up: Rangers brush Dons aside, Shankland keeps going and Cove unbeatable?
By Lewis Michie There was more cup fixtures in the Aberdeenshire AFA this past weekend, including Laurencekirk side St Laurence taking on Woodside in the First Round of the Association Trophy. Woodside are one of the top sides in Aberdeenshire Amateurs, winning the division last season. This would mean there wasn’t a massive surprise when… Continue reading Mearns Football Weekly: Interview with St Laurence Manager David Easton
By Keiran Fleming After winning the Premier division for their first and only time at the end of the 1982-83 season, Dundee United would embark on an exciting European Cup run (now known as the Champions league). With both Jim Mclean and an outstanding squad that included the likes of Hamish Mcalpine, Paul Heggarty, Davie… Continue reading Feature: The Day the Arabs Were Robbed