Just Like Hallowe’en, How Things Are Dressed Up Isn’t Always What it Seems

With the Hallowe'en theme in mind, last night seemed to provide a couple of scares on and off the pitch. The result against Kilmarnock and the financial results released during the game weren't the most positive. At a time when the team has had a few frustrating performances of late, it only heightened the general … Continue reading Just Like Hallowe’en, How Things Are Dressed Up Isn’t Always What it Seems

Questions asked after Hampden heartache as King stands firm on club fight

Before I start this I think it's important to point out that when I started this blog I always said I would be honest. I think it would be disingenuous to sit here and say we were unlucky, played well etc on reflection of Sunday's semi final at Hampden. It's also worth pointing out I … Continue reading Questions asked after Hampden heartache as King stands firm on club fight

The SFA’s mental health stigma is a national Embarrassment

Adam Llewellyn @adamabysswalker contacted us and he asked for the following article on Paul Gascoigne to be put up. ******** This week Rangers legend Paul Gascoigne was set to be inducted into the SFA Hall of Fame alongside Scotland Women’s record scorer Julie Fleeting. However it now appears that the SFA have decided to backtrack … Continue reading The SFA’s mental health stigma is a national Embarrassment