HE’S the little-known card-sharp who quit a career in law and is now earning as much at the poker table as some of Scotland’s best known names in sport.
DO I want to be alone? I thought I did, but now that the paraphernalia of my life is disappearing, I’m not so sure. First, it’s the telly, then it’s the radio, my newspaper, the laptop, my phone and my books.
RAY McKinnon has the look of a man who once bent down to pick up a £1 coin on the pavement only to discover a £20 note lying right beside it. Glenrothes is never likely to be mistaken for Monte Carlo in the glamour stakes but the Raith Rovers…
MO Awais marked the start of the new season with a maiden top team century as Clydesdale launched the defence of their Western Premier title with victory over East Kilbride at chilly Titwood.
It has been the over-riding narrative of this season. This was the year that Arsenal’s peers weren’t at the races. Manchester City stumbled when Kevin De Bruyne got hurt, Manchester United haven’t been able to crack the top four, Liverpool and…
IT IS pretty much the definition of the word bittersweet; a chance to play in front of your foreign relatives in a big crunch match after displacing a member of this season’s Six Nations international squad in a key role. Then it all went wrong.…
Falkirk’s players go into the match that will decide their play-off status looking to earn both a welcome break and a confidence boost for the challenges to come when they meet Morton today.
SCOTLAND’S first purpose-built stadium for women’s football could be ready early in 2018, and yet again Glasgow City are the market leaders.
JOHN McGinn believes the success of Ladbrokes Championship clubs Hibs and Rangers this season has strengthened the argument for making the Premiership a 16-team league in the future.
Patrick Roberts has declared that he would rather help Celtic in their attempt to qualify for the Champions League group stages this summer than represent his country at the Euro Under-19 Championships in Germany.