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Beating Aberdeen Will Send A Very Clear Message: No-One Touches Our Title

Beating Aberdeen Will Send A Very Clear Message: No-One Touches Our Title

This season has, at times, been enjoyable only in bitesize chunks; the overall flavour of it has left many fans pretty cold. But there’s one thing that’s always guaranteed to make us smile; league decider day, and especially if you...read more »

Celtic Rode Their Luck This Year. A Better Team Would Have Taken Our Title.

Celtic Rode Their Luck This Year. A Better Team Would Have Taken Our Title.

I was sitting in a bar in Blackpool on Friday night, watching as Aberdeen threw away their best chance at a league title since Rangers took it from them in 1991. That year, they tossed it away on the final...read more »

Title Winning Young Hoops Six Games Away From An Unbeaten League Campaign

Title Winning Young Hoops Six Games Away From An Unbeaten League Campaign

The Young Hoops, who have already secured the Development League title, beat Kilmarnock 1-0 today at Rugby Park, to extend their fantastic unbeaten run to 26 games. They are now within six matches of an undefeated league campaign. This would be a...read more »

Criticism Of Deila Is Fair Enough, But When Does His Rival Get Some?

Criticism Of Deila Is Fair Enough, But When Does His Rival Get Some?

Today the media is praising Derek McInnes for the way he’s staying “calm” in spite of his side’s loss at the weekend. It must be nice to be that relaxed. One of the reasons for McInnes “calm” is that he is never...read more »

Mouthy McInnes Silenced As Patchwork Well Wreck Aberdeen’s Title Hopes

Mouthy McInnes Silenced As Patchwork Well Wreck Aberdeen’s Title Hopes

These are the days that win titles. What an irony that I should be writing that just hours after a scathing article about our performance today. Celtic were dreadful this afternoon, but at the end of the day even at our worst...read more »

Discredited Hack Touts Former Boss For Deila’s Job

Discredited Hack Touts Former Boss For Deila’s Job

Picture the scene: A newsroom in Glasgow. The smell of cheap alcohol wafts in the air. A grizzled hack walks in and promptly shares his big insight with the room. Everyone falls at silent at once, in awe of this sterling reporter...read more »

Strachan Faces A Torrent Of Criticism For The Crime Of Not Picking Sevco Players For Scotland

Strachan Faces A Torrent Of Criticism For The Crime Of Not Picking Sevco Players For Scotland

Today much of the media is engaged in an orgy of Strachan bashing. The reek of it is all too familiar to those of who’ve smelled it before. Part of his problem is simple; he’s selected too many players with a...read more »

Roberts On The Bench & No Sign Of Christie Or Allan On A Must Win Afternoon

Roberts On The Bench & No Sign Of Christie Or Allan On A Must Win Afternoon

Today Scottish football is watching Celtic like never before. They’re watching to see if we can decisively answer the challenge of Aberdeen, and if we can lay down a marker before taking on an uppity team in the Scottish Cup. Everyone’s waiting...read more »

Dermot Desmond: Time To End The “Conflict Of Loyalties” And Be A Leader Again

Dermot Desmond: Time To End The “Conflict Of Loyalties” And Be A Leader Again

In football, as in other fields of endeavour, partnerships are important and they don’t just matter on the pitch, where they can be the difference between success and failure. They matter off the pitch too. Trust is important in those...read more »

Another Rank Performance Lets Aberdeen Close The Gap

Another Rank Performance Lets Aberdeen Close The Gap

So earlier today I decided to give a go to optimism and started to think about a title party in April. People get sick reading negative stuff. Believe me when I tell you that I get heartily sick of writing it....read more »

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