Josh Wright looks at whether players are better off playing in England’s second tier as opposed to making the move up north to the Scottish Premier League.
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Scottish football has struggled at both international and club level in recent years but Ross Dunbar sees hope in the return of a certain type of player.
Martin Campbell is here to tell us about a young Scottish hopeful making great waves in Spain with Real Madrid.
Daniel Gray looks at the weekend Scottish Cup fortunes of Ayr United and Greenock Morton before recounting stories of both from times gone by.
As the rich get richer in the higher echelons of football, the struggle for survival is all too prevelant up in Scotland with Queen of the South the latest to hit hard times.
Scootish football has been dominated by talk of a strike by the league’s referees but there has been some action on the field as well, as Jody Moylan reports.
Celtic were less than impressive in their 1-0 win over St. Mirren at the weekend, but a defeat for leaders Rangers sees the gap between first and second in the SPL reduced to just one point.
The Scottish Premier League doesn’t get the coverage it deserves here at BackPageFootball.com, but that’s all about to change with regular reports from Jody Moylan, starting with this week’s action.
Forget the glitz and glamour of the Premier League, the Scottish first division is where it’s at…or is it? Callum Tyler isn’t too sure.
£4.50 an hour. That is what the new Wales captain, Ashley Williams, was earning, as a waiter just six years ago while he plied his trade part-time for Hednesford Town. Nowadays, things are a bit more comfortable for Ashley. The Wolverhampton-born Welshman was, this week, named both Wales’ Player of the Year for 2009, and [...]