GIVEN the way fortunes have fluctuated, it seems like a lifetime since we occupied the same vestibule at the St Mirren training ground and Steven Thompson told me that ‚Äúyou have to dream‚ÄĚ. That was shortly after he had returned to Scotland after his sojourns south of the Border. He had signed f
Gordon Strachan ready to give Blackburn striker another chance after a 16-month exile from the international scene
Questions will be asked if Scotland do not beat Gibraltar by scoring at least five goals in their European Championship qualifier at Hampden Park ‚ÄĘ Gibraltar lose opening qualifier 7-0 to Poland Continue reading...
Gordon Strachan will tell his Scotland players not to take a gung-ho approach when they face Gibraltar in Sunday‚Äôs European Qualifier at Hampden Park.
SCOTLAND‚ÄôS Gordon Strachan has vowed to show the same respect to Gibraltar as Germany while John Hartson has compared Scotland‚Äôs European opponents as nothing more than a pub team; Gordon Greer has been getting insider knowledge on the Gibraltar team; Jim Mann is on a mission to reignite the‚Ä¶
IF ANOTHER Scotland footballer over-indulges on takeaway pizza and lap-dancers mere days before a big game or, perish the thought, if one of our strikers fluffs a hat-trick of open-goal chances against Gibraltar tomorrow night, then I think I know where they can come to escape all the humiliation‚Ä
NO-ONE at Easter Road expects instant miracles from Farid El Alagui when he makes his long-awaited comeback from injury, but there is no doubt that the striker is returning to action at an opportune stage of the season.