Giant steps are what we take

11th November 2019

Max Ferguson Sports Editor Glasgow sides move toward the knockout stages. Thursday night saw Glasgow’s Europa League representatives win their respective games, as Celtic confirmed their place in the Europa League’s knockout stages, whilst Rangers kept a clean sheet at home to put themselves in the driving seat for their final two fixtures at home ...


Racism in football: enough is enough

5th November 2019

Jamie Byrne Writer The beautiful game: a phrase which represents a game that takes up so much of our time. If it’s either counting down the minutes until the referee’s whistle at 3 o’clock on a Saturday, or screaming at the television on a weekday night after conceding a 90th minute equaliser on FIFA – ...


The worst football team in the world

4th November 2019

  Jordan Hunter Reporter While Glasgow has a rich football history, the story of my team is not so glamorous. Being a fan of “soccer” in the US leaves one with very little choice or hope. The national team continually underperforms, exhibition games are usually quite underwhelming, as top tier clubs wouldn’t want to injure ...


Getting fit in Glesga

30th October 2019

Paul Dawson Writer For those wanting to exercise on the cheap, we take you through some scrimping ways to get fit without pulling the purse strings too much. In the last few years, there has been a rapid increase in the amount of people becoming more involved in personal fitness. Capitalising on this growing trend, ...


Formula E: an eco challenger for the motorsport throne

23rd October 2019

Euan FindlayWriter As Formula 1 stagnates, Euan Findlay introduces you to the home of sustainable racing. In the far-off land of the motorsport kingdom, there has long been a permanent ruler. A king with such a historic claim to the throne that no one would dare challenge. The king’s name? Formula 1. For almost 70 ...


Glasgow City prepare to take on Brøndby IF

16th October 2019

Max KellyTravel Editor Scott Booth’s side look to make history against the Danish champions. Glasgow City FC face reigning Danish champions Brøndby IF in the last 16 of the 2019-20 Women’s Champions League this evening. They come into the tie in good form, after head coach Scott Booth described his side as “different class” following ...


Red card for conduct in sports media

16th October 2019

Jamie ByrneWriter Jamie Byrne examines the responsibility that sports media has to take in dividing the personal from the sensational. Accessing sporting news has never been easier, with 24-hour channels and radio shows dedicated to telling us what’s going on, who’s injured, who’s the next coach to get sacked, and who’s going to win at ...


O Flower of Scotland, when will we see you at an international tournament?

13th October 2019

Max FergusonWriter After another drab performance in a major tournament qualifier, Max Ferguson examines just what went wrong this time out for Scotland in Moscow. Scotland’s hopes for qualification to Euro 2020 via the traditional group stages were obliterated by Russia, who scored four times in the second half to heap even more misery onto ...


Rugby World Cup: Scotland run over Russia with nine tries

11th October 2019

Alexandra BullardWriter All eyes turn to Japan showdown after comprehensive win for the Scots. As if the 34-0 victory over Samoa wasn’t enough, the Scotland squad returned to boost our World Cup hopes that should perhaps be soundtracked by Scotland the Brave. The boys in blue got the job done once again with minimum fuss, ...


A tale of one city: contrasting European nights for Glaswegian giants

8th October 2019

Max FergusonWriter Rangers left empty-handed in Bern while Celtic take revenge against CFR Cluj Glasgow suffered mixed fortunes during a rainy Thursday evening. Celtic took revenge against CFR Cluj, exorcising the demons of their Champions League qualification by beating the Romanian champions 2-0 at Celtic Park – whilst Rangers, playing away in Bern, lost against ...