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Sunday, March 24, 2019

Glory Glory Ayrshire Killie

As 'Paper Roses' was belted out around the Kilmarnock end of Hampden Park on Sunday, the oh-so clichéd “magic of football” maxim raised its...

The Saints go marching on: women’s football

Women's football on their excellent season so far

In retrospect: The Scottish Premiership 2017-18 season

On Sunday 20 May, Livingston ended Partick Thistle’s five year stint in Scottish football’s top tier and also concluded the end of another remarkable...

A World Cup in Qatar is a joke

FIFA cannot allow the World Cup to be held in Qatar following serious allegations of corruption and deceit

2018/19 Premier League Preview, Predictions

On Friday night the Premier League returns to our lives. Not even a month has gone since the end of the World Cup but...

Football club runs ‘kick-upathon’ charity event

Last month saw the football club attempt to keep the ball in the air for 24 hours, deputy sports editor Joel McInally went to see how they got on.

Saints’ Second Semester: a preview

The first semester of the 2011-12 university sport season brought all the highs and lows expected for a relatively small institution like St Andrews....

Can’t Walk stands out as successful and enjoyable night

St Andrews notorious fashion season has finally come to a close. The glamour of FS, exotic charm of Sitara*and brilliance of Don’t Walk have...

A minor blip or a damning indictment of English football?

Peter Thorp asks the question: Why are English footballing stars no longer regarded as some of the world's best?

Bye bye, Villa: It’s for the best

Andrew McQuillan is a big advocate of tough love, only with fewer whips and chains. Aston Villa are one of the grand old dames who bestride British football. One only needs to look at the majestic red brick of Villa Park to become aware that this is a true house of football.