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Monday, July 22, 2019

A love letter to the Old Firm

At the risk of sounding like a geriatric or your least favourite elderly relative, I remember the good old days. I remember the days when...

Saints triumph on penalties to secure cup

The University of St Andrew’s Women’s 1st team have won in the club’s first ever BUCS Conference Cup, after edging out local rivals Dundee University in the final...

Why have British teams declined in Europe?

It is a disappointing time for British football clubs in Europe. For the second time in three seasons, no English team has made the...

Cup Glory: What can the English learn from Scotland?

As the football season starts to reach the business end, Lewis Frain ponders if there is anything English teams can learn from Scotland in the way they treat their cup competitions.

Age no barrier to Football Club’s interminable rise

It is never uninteresting to assess how student sports clubs have grown by the season’s halfway point. Unlike professional clubs, the inevitable turnover of...

Lacklustre Saints fall to Lomond Victoria

The Saints' latest outing in the Fife League in their drive for promotion

Adding Insult to Injury: should McManaman be banned?

Peter Thorp gives his opinion on Callum McManaman's tackle and the FA's action.

Premier League 2016/17 season preview

Henry Mallin previews the forthcoming Premier League season, which promises to be the best and most unpredictable season to date.

Steven Gerrard a romantic hero amid sport’s growing scientism

Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure once claimed to be “trying to solve the mysteries of football” just as physicists attempt to demystify the universe;...

Nations League Joy for Long-Suffering Scots

No one understands heart break or disappointment like a long serving Scotland fan. After yet again being unable to reach the World Cup, finishing...