Jason Coulter takes a look at what makes a league successful, and whether Ligue 1 could be holding Paris Saint Germain back.
Archive for the ‘Scotland’ Category
With a Europa League campaign already mired in disappointment and talk of player discontent, the pressure is on Ronny Deila to turn it around at Celtic, writes Paul Murphy.
Thomas Wyer explains why Brendan Rodgers is a scapegoat for the deficiencies of ‘Moneyball’, a transfer policy whose flaws extend well outside of Merseyside.
Paul Murphy discusses the possible implications for Celtic boss Ronnie Deila should the worst happen against Molde BK in the Europa League.
Philip Greene discusses the rollercoaster that has been the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign for Ireland.
Paul Murphy recalls the story of Celtic’s 1995/96 season and how, under a new manager, the bhoys’ fortunes were totally revitalised.
Michael Gostelow discusses the rise of Inverness Caledonian Thistle and the methodology behind their success.
With the two countries due to meet in Dublin, Philip Greene discusses the mixed fortunes of Ireland and Scotland.
Kevin McCann’s career has taken the path less taken. Juan D’Angelo talks to the former Raith Rovers defender, currently playing in Singapore.
Thomas Hewitt discusses the reasons why Aberdeen have turned into one of the SPFL’s top sides.