Ian Cathro says he is willing to act on the advice of others when it comes to strengthening the squad next month. And while others will see that as a sure sign of some perfidious puppetry on the part of the board and the director of football, Craig Levein, the new Hearts manager says it is in…
Scottish football is entitled to feel a collective chill over the prospects of Celtic going through the entire domestic season unbeaten, as assessed by David Amoo. The Englishman was part of the Partick Thistle side ruthlessly dismantled by Brendan Rodgers’ team in Friday’s 4-1 win at Firhill.
Afew days on and Ian Cathro was harbouring regrets. Not about joining Hearts, only about one of his comments on the day he did. Introduced to the media, he had tried to illustrate his desire to test boundaries and leave his comfort zone. He said that having been born in Dundee, from an early age he…
There are plenty of examples of the worlds of business and football colliding rather than converging in a harmonious fashion, but Ann Budge believes her entrepreneurial success provides proof that risk can bring reward.
It doesn’t get much more daunting in the Scottish Premiership than the four-game run Hamilton will kick off at Celtic Park on Tuesday, writes Andrew Smith .
CELTIC are hoping to convince Swedish international Mikael Lustig to commit his future to the club.
THIS was a baptism of fire for new Hearts head coach Ian Cathro as Rangers ruined his dugout debut.
After much fanfare, dismissive jibes and leaping defences across a number of mediums, Ian Cathro took his place in the Hearts dugout for the first time, succumbing to a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Mark Warburton’s Rangers.