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Saturday, February 22, 2020

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.

Does Lopetegui’s departure damage Spain’s chances?

It was all going so swimmingly. Unbeaten in 20 games since their round of 16 exit at Euro 2016, Spain had been many people’s...

Are the Premier League and SPFL Title Races Already Done and...

For years now commentators have argued that the competitiveness and (relative) parity of the Premier League is what has set it aside from its...

A rivalry renewed: England v Scotland

Andrew McQuillan looks at the emotions behind Scotland V England.

Premier League preview 2017-2018

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.

Roy of the Rovers stuff for returners

Last Saturday the University sports fields were witness to a keenly-anticipated reunion match. The one-off fixture, between the Melville Rovers – Sunday League Division...

Sunburn, security, and Steven Davis: a fan’s perspective on Euro 2016

Richard Hunter reflects on his experiences supporting Northern Ireland at this summer's European Championships in France.

On referees: An official complaint

Allen Farrington responds to Sports Editor James Gray's piece on refereeing in no uncertain terms.

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?

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...