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Sunday, November 18, 2018

Claudio Ranieri and Leicester: a unique combination

Shortly after Leicester City’s Champions League loss to Sevilla Kasper Schmeichel, Wes Morgan, Marc Albrighton, and Jamie Vardy were summoned to a meeting with...

In defence of Arsene Wenger

When talking about Premier League football, one person that springs to mind probably more than anyone else is the Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger. No...

Saints outclassed by clinical Stirling

St Andrews Women's Football 1st team lost 9-1 to Stirling but finished the season in 3rd place, an improvement on last year.

Why the FA needs to implement reform now

Sam Connolly offers a firm criticism of the FA and presses the case for immediate and urgent reform.

Saints breeze past Glasgow Caledonian in cup fixture

In their first match after the winter break, the men’s first football team welcomed their counterparts from Glasgow Caledonian University for their round of 16 clash in the Queen’s Park Shield.

Klinsmann out, Arena in: what’s next for US soccer?

With Jurgen Klinsmann gone as American national coach and former manager Bruce Arena back for a second spell, Alex Hayes debates whether this was the right decision.

Are the skies looking blue once more for Parma?

Alex Hayes looks at the rise of Parma, who have put bankruptcy behind them and seem well on the way to achieving success once more.

Is Gareth Southgate the right man for England?

With Gareth Southgate's appointment as England manager looking more imminent by the day, Andrew Williams considers whether the former Middlesbrough boss is the right man for England.

Will this be the year Liverpool end their title drought?

Deputy Sport editor Henry Mallin discusses his beloved Liverpool and whether the exciting start to the season under Jurgen Klopp has laid the foundations for a successful title challenge.

Best of enemies: why can’t Scotland and England play each other...

With Scotland playing England tonight, Richard Hunter considers whether these fixtures should occur with more regularity.