Friday, March 23, 2018
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Deputy sports editor Jason Segall reports on a top of the table clash between the Men's football 2s and Dundee & Angus College.
Priyam Pokhrel looks into what programs and initiatives are being put in place to help footballers cope with any issues regarding mental health.

How good is David De Gea?

Deputy sports editor Joel McInally marvels at just how good David De Gea is and why British football fans are lucky to watch him play regularly.
For years now commentators have argued that the competitiveness and (relative) parity of the Premier League is what has set it aside from its counterparts on the continent and made it the world’s best league. The fact that at the start of every season they argue, there exists a handful of clubs with genuine title ambitions distinguishes it from...
Deputy editor Andrew Sinclair assesses West Ham United's appointment of David Moyes as manager and questions the British footballing culture of failure.
Deputy sports editor Joel McInally ponders if Newcastle United are destined for greatness once again.
St Andrews took on Dundee in the annual Varsity fixtures in the football. Deputy editor Andrew Sinclair reported on how events unfolded in the rain.
Whilst the financial aspect of the game has continued to grow in recent seasons, this summer has seen a gargantuan leap in spending by clubs up and down the Premier League. With the season due to start this evening, with Arsenal hosting Leicester, the 20 league clubs have already spent over £1 billion.
It was confirmed yesterday that Wayne Henderson has been appointed by the University of St Andrews Football Club as the new goalkeeping coach. Henderson, recently let go by Raith Rovers following their relegation to Scottish League One, brings a bevy of experience to the role having spent over 15 years as a goalkeeping coach. Aside from his time spent with Raith,...
Deputy sport editor Seoras Lyall considers an age-old question: could Celtic hack it in the Premier League?