Sunday, March 29, 2020

5ths denied their place in history by pesky rivals

Valentine’s eve it may have been but when there is a place in the cup semi finals at stake against your most hated rivals...

Indian Super League a microcosm of modern football’s dual nature

Sports editor Charlie Wood discusses the interrelationship between the beautiful game and corporatism.

The end is nigh for tiki-taka

Spain's dismal showing in Brazil has led many to question whether this is the end of a philosophy or a mere blip in its dominance

It’s Rangers For Me?

COMMENT So goes one of the older tunes sung by the Rangers support in the bygone days of yore. However, its sentiment is as the...

Saints march into top flight with tight win inspired by Ross

The 1st XI became the first football team from St Andrews to be promoted for 8 years, after a thrilling 2-1 win over 2nd...

Fife League: The supporters’ club

James Gray can't get enough football, and gives you something to do on a free Saturday afternoon.

Hazard’s free kick at Swansea

The most disgraceful incident in football that I remember watching live was Dani Alves wonder-dive in the Champions League Semi-Final against Real Madrid. Despite...

Football Club hire new goalkeeping coach

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...

Lambert Fairytale gives England the Edge

This was always set to be a friendly in name alone. In the hours before the match, London found itself invaded by a riparian...

A Scot playing in Marseille: The unusual case of Steven Fletcher

Sam Connolly takes a look at the interesting case of Steven Fletcher, one of very few British footballers plying his trade abroad.