At the end of every week, we put together a convenient list of all the…
This Scottish football malarkey is exhausting, isn’t it? We start the week congratulating Celtic on another league title, spend much of the midweek mulling over the PFA awards and then end it with celebrations at Ibrox for the arrival of their new manager. There’s never a dully day in our little corner of the world.
Luckily for us, that means all sorts to write about and as you’ll hopefully see below we took great delight in digging through the main narratives and stories of the week and applying a little bit of common sense to the whole ordeal. So take a look, see what you like and enjoy!
The PFA Player of the Year awards took place on Sunday evening, where Scott Brown was awarded the prize. James Cairney took a look at the numbers to see if the Celtic captain was a worthy winner.
It has proved almost impossible not to get caught up in the excitement around Ibrox this week, but the serious questions need to be asked: Is Steven Gerrard qualified to be the next Rangers manager?
In his debut article on TheTwoPointOne, Lee Scott takes a look at the current state of the Aberdeen squad and coherently points out where Derek McInnes needs to invest in new players this summer.
Jack Ross probably deserves his Manager of the Year award, but did he have an unfair advantage over his competitors due to the timing of the awards? Niall Murray took a look and argued such a case.
Glasgow City are an independent women’s football club but even despite their dominance in the SWPL the future of the club is still far from secure. Selena Jackson dug deep in to the goings on at the club to find out how they feel about their current situation within Scottish football.
It’s been another week of turmoil for Rangers. Is Steven Gerrard the answer? On this week’s podcast, we dived deep in to the Ibrox side’s problems and where they go from here. You can listen along on iPhone and Android.
If you’ve never heard of @OldFirmFacts1 then you really aren’t experiencing Scottish football properly. Luckily, we have the perfect introduction. This week we managed to sit him down over a few pints and chat about his fantastic comedy and the state of Scottish football online.
The battle for second continues as Aberdeen face a red-hot Hibs side who are unbeaten in 11 league games. Here’s what the Dons have to do to stop them when they host Neil Lennon’s team today.