Footballers adapting to part time football in Scotland is always an interesting topic. Some pursue the dream of full-time, top flight football and when they finally accept it’s not meant to be, they retire. Like many though, their acceptance takes them down another path. A journey that leads to full time employment, with the added hurdle of fitting in football.
We caught up with John McGlynn, Raith Rovers manager recently on how COVID has affected his football and personal life, returning to Stark’s Park, that crazy season in League One, Raith’s strong return to the Championship and what the future holds for his beloved club.
In 2010, Irishman Sean Dillon was part of the Dundee United team that won the Scottish Cup, defeating Ross County 3-0 at Hampden Park. It wasn’t the first piece of silverware Dillon had won; he had won numerous titles in his homeland of Ireland before arriving in Scotland in 2007.
Sean spoke with me recently about that 2010 winning side and what it meant to him and his family.
Assistant editor Keiran Fleming sat down with Dumbarton full back Sam Wardrop to chat about his career both on and off the pitch.
Playing for the team you support is a dream many of us have had, but very few can actually say they have done it. Graham Webster is one of the few people who can say they have done it.