Football



University team hope for Scottish Cup success

12th December 2020

Phil Storrier, Glasgow University Men’s Football First Team coach, and Robbie Smith, the team’s captain, spoke to The Glasgow Guardian about their upcoming Scottish Cup game against Linlithgow Rose. The University’s Men’s Football first team have had a difficult time in the Scottish Cup in recent years, difficult draws are something the club have become ...


Diego Maradona: The Golden Boy

27th November 2020

On Wednesday evening the world was brought the news that Diego Maradona, arguably one of the greatest footballers to ever have played, had died aged 60. Diego Maradona is regarded as one of the greatest men to have ever kicked a football, idolised by hundreds of millions worldwide. When you think football, you would not ...


International football, a major mistake?

9th November 2020

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to rage across Europe, is it right that football players are joining up with national teams? As one of the most popular sources of entertainment, it’s natural that many would gravitate towards the return of professional football following its suspension as a result of Covid-19 as soon as possible. While ...


US football team lead the way battling homophobia on the pitch

7th November 2020

Max Kelly gives us his reaction to San Diego Loyal walking off during a USL Championship match after player receives homophobic abuse. Earlier this month, a clash between San Diego Loyal and Phoenix Rising in the United Soccer League (USL) Championship, American’s second tier, was marred by a homophobic incident. The abuse – which was ...


Rangers on course to ruin the party after recent results

6th November 2020

After a derby win, a European win and a further advantage in the league. Steven Gerrard’s Rangers look good to stop the 10. Rangers made a huge statement of intent in their 2-0 win at the home of their city rivals Celtic last Saturday. Steven Gerrard’s side continued their unbeaten start to a season that ...


No one wants to watch a team finish 12th

4th October 2020

A look at the rise in popularity for season-long football documentaries over lockdown. Did you know Netflix released a documentary covering Juventus’ 2017-18 season? Because I didn’t. In fact, when I try to peer into my football memory, I can’t remember a whole lot about “the Old Lady” from that year. They probably dominated Serie ...


Footballers on the naughty step over lockdown

3rd October 2020

With new stories of professional footballer’s misbehaving appearing every day, Thomas Harris takes a look at the correlation of the absence of football and scandals. In times in which physical interaction is severely hampered, communication through social media has become more prevalent than ever before. As such, the behaviours of idolised footballers have subsequently become ...


Scottish Premiership 20/21 preview

28th August 2020

A look at what will be an undoubtedly dramatic season in the Scottish top flight. The Title Race Celtic Neil Lennon stands on the brink of history, 10 league titles in a row. Celtic are, however, as they are every summer, a work in progress. The departure of Fraser Forster has seen the arrival of ...