Tag: SPL

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Hearts: A season review

“Everything’s turned from gold…into shit!” That’s pretty much how best to summarise Hearts in the 2016/2017 campaign. Before the season began there was plenty to be optimistic about – a relatively settled squad who’d finished third, the prospect of a few rounds in the Europa League, Connor Sammon…

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The curious case of Stirling Albion’s Chris Smith

“I’m extremely grateful for this award, but I really think it should have gone to the big man there,” Darren Smith mumbled awkwardly, gripping the Stirling Albion Supporters’ Player of the Year award.

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Watch: Celtic’s Kolo Toure unintentionally reveals his musical guilty pleasure

During a recent press conference, Celtic’s Kolo Toure unwittingly revealed his musical guilty pleasure after mishearing a question about what is, in his opinion, the best football chant he’s heard during his illustrious career.

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Celtic vs Racing: A classic encounter

The 1967 International Cup between Racing of Argentina, the Copa Libertadores winner, and Celtic, the European Cup winners, was a truly memorable three legged series, most of which was marred by so much violence in every match that it has been called a battle.

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The problem with Hearts fans…

You know that “My Super Sweet 16” show, where a kid with a bizarre sense of entitlement makes outrageous demands and kicks up a stink when Puff Daddy won’t jump out a birthday cake and give them a rimjob –

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Get it up the park: The Scottish top flight so far

Usually at this point in the season, Scottish football is in the same, easy to predict position; Celtic/Rangers racing clear at the top of the table, Celtic/Rangers in the League Cup final, Celtic/Rangers e

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Hibernian goalkeeper Mark Oxley scores winning goal on his debut

Goalkeepers scoring goals is a great thing to see but it’s a bit of a rarity for obvious reasons, unfortunately. There’s a few who’ve bucked the trend though with names such as Tim Howard, Peter Schmeichel, Han