Time for Scots Government to Take Bull by the HornsIn the aftermath of the recent election and whilst those of us who voted one way are still hoping that our way continues to count, the horse trading has begun. No matter your politics, the fact that a party wholly representing one part of the United Kingdom is suddenly having such a massive influence, coupled with a lack of detail in the public domain over t...
Time to Make Things HappenIn the light of the SFA President’s unfortunate remarks in the MSM today, relegating every Scottish football club other than Celtic or Rangers to support role status, this blog by Auldheid on the need to have a conversation about the leadership and governance of the Scottish game is remarkably prescient. It is also important in that it shows there are ...
The Lost Voice of the Armageddon VirusSince I have lost my voice this week to the Armageddon virus, we decided to do a mini, written version of TWM for your pleasure…. In Armageddon Lala Land (© S. Regan), it’s all falling apart in a major borefest. (more…)
THAT Debate, and the Beauty of HindsightAcouple of weeks ago we revisited the OCNC debate. This is a useful exercise to turn to periodically, for I have noticed how, with the passage of time, new aspects have become clear as new information emerges, or some ridiculous claim is made and then debunked. (more…)
Towards a More Professional SFAWhen the Scottish Premier League (SPL) and the Scottish Football league (SFL) merged in 2013 to form The Scottish Professional Football League, the word “professional” has been accepted as applying only to the football side of the business. However, should supporters, the ultimate paying customers, not expect the administration and governance of the game...
Small Price to Pay?I think there has been an appreciable shift of opinion amongst fans of TRFC recently. Unlike the ‘invest: speculate to accumulate’ rhetoric featured in the press and by ex-players, the ordinary fans are coming to the realisation that there is no quick fix. There are even murmurings that there may never be a fix which involves their club be...
Funding: Job Done!
Our fund raising drive has ended two days early after we raised our target of £1500.
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