Well, here we are. On Sunday we’ll see the very last matchday of the Scottish…
It may be the off-season but that doesn’t mean it’s any less busy here at TheTwoPointOne HQ. We have transfers galore, Jack Ross leaving Paisley for Tyne and Wear as well as grown adults falling out over the SPFL team of the year.
All that aside, it’s been another busy week in Scottish football. Why not check out the best of the content on the site this week? There’s no paywall here so fill your boots!
It’s not a fashionable opinion, but Kris Boyd was the best striker in the Scottish Premiership this season. Let Stefan Bienkowski explain why.
In the latest of our ‘What if’ series, James Cairney takes a look at how different the landscape of Scottish football would be if Gretna hadn’t went out of business.
The transfer rumour mill at Ibrox has gone into overdrive. However, it’s easy to forget just how good a signing Jamie Murphy is for Rangers. Niall Murray delves into the numbers to show how the winger could play an important part in Steven Gerrard’s side next season.
On this week’s edition of TheTwoPointOne-Cast, Niall and Stefan discuss their picks for manager of the year. Is Brendan Rodgers a shoe-in or does another Premiership manager deserve the accolade?
Neil Gibson and Robert McCunn provide an in-depth look at sport science within Scottish football.
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Where does Brendan Rodgers go after securing a historic second consecutive treble with Celtic? Angus Cochrane looked into it and the answer includes Theodore Roosevelt and a new right-back.
Stefan Bienkowski declares his love for all things Scottish football. He explains why not even a World Cup can compare to the “banter years” in the SPFL.
Livingston defied all the odds and will be playing Premiership football next season. But what makes David Hopkin’s side so good? Niall Murray looked into it.