By Phil Mac Giolla Bhain When Rangers went into administration in February I wrote here that “a bastion of North Britain is terminally ill”. The mainstream media, especially the obedient Continue reading
Once again the media is failing and the rules of Scottish Football, are being ignored. These are SPL articles… 6. A Share may only be issued, allotted, transferred to or Continue reading
We have to stand up to power, while digging deep into our capacity to be generous, hopeful, imaginative, and playful and create the Scotland of the future today.
“So what if the TV deal goes into the ground? Either Scottish football runs Scottish football or the toxic hand of Rupert Murdoch does? Time to decide…” Alex Thomson on Continue reading
By Mike Small A man born in Devon who’s been involved in Scottish football for three years has just decided the fate of the game north of the border. What Continue reading
The Scottish Football Association have appointed Lord William Nimmo Smith to chair their inquiry into recent activities at Rangers. Here one well-informed caller nails it about problems with Campbell Ogilvie, Continue reading
By Gerry Hassan This is not another article on football. The Rangers crisis has filled the airwaves and media this week. For the second time this year Scotland has gone Continue reading
By Phil Mac Giolla Bhain These are indeed historic days for Alba, for just as Scotland’s Claim of Right may about to be asserted at the ballot box in 2014 Continue reading
This is a guest post by Andrew Anderson following on from Joan McAlpine’s writing on the anti-sectarianism bill and the impact of writing on it, (Sing out for a country Continue reading
By Mike Small The news that Rangers FC could be going bust would come as a shock only to the pliant Scottish football media (CEO Chick Young) and the follow Continue reading
The economic collapse has forced some unusual casualties. Woolies and the RAF went, Trident and Relocation Relocation Relocation didn’t (follow the logic if you can). Could the Old Firm derby be the next institution to be forced out of existence? Decades of bad blood and bigotry have not been enough to motivate politicians or administrators to act. Now simple economics might do what they manifestly failed to.
“The way forward is not to rearrange the deckchairs on the Titanic – it is to design a ship that won’t be sunk by an iceberg.”