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Euro 2024

/ 2 days ago

Germany routs Scotland in Euro 2024 opener with five-goal show

Germany opened Euro 2024 in some style on Friday, as the host nation routed Scotland. A trio of first-half goals from three goal-scorers sank 10-man Scotland before the second 45. The Scots, which put together a brilliant qualifying campaign under Steve Clarke, capitulated in the first game of the group stage. Although it is still […]

UEFA Euro 2024

/ 3 days ago

Germany, Scotland open Euro 2024 with captivating clash

Germany, as the hosts of Euro 2024, begin their home conquest with a game against a strong Scotland side. For Germany, it's their first chance since their group stage exit at Qatar to redeem themselves in front of a global audience. Germany was a team lost in direction, confused in playstyle, tied between allegiance to […]


/ 7 days ago

Liverpool and Scotland icon Alan Hansen in hospital with illness

Alan Hansen, the former center-back for Liverpool and the Scotland national team, has entered the hospital as he battles a serious illness. The Reds announced that the club's former defender has the side's support in a troubling time. Hansen, who is 38 years old, ranks in the top 10 appearance makers in the history of […]


/ 17 days ago

Scottish league bans artificial turf: Will MLS follow suit?

Scottish Premiership teams have officially voted to ban artificial pitches. The move, however, has not been done with immediate effect. Instead, league officials will give teams with fake fields until the start of the 2026/27 season to implement real grass. The issue was recently determined by a vote from the 12 top-flight teams in the […]

UEFA Euro 2024

/ 18 days ago

Scotland resurgence provides chance at history in Euro 2024

For Scotland, the last six years have been something of a renaissance period. The Scots qualified for their first international tournament in 22 years at the 2020 European Championships. Two years later, Scotland narrowly missed out on qualification for the World Cup in Qatar. That culminated in qualification to a second consecutive European Championship at […]

UEFA Euro 2024

/ 26 days ago

Multiple EPL stars highlight Scotland's Euro 2024 squad

Scotland head coach Steve Clarke has officially named a 28-man provisional squad for Euro 2024. Clark's team is set to feature at the major tournament later this summer for just the second time since 1996. The Tartan Army previously qualified for the 2020 version of the competition. Scotland, however, has never been able to reach […]


/ 73 days ago

Motherwell announces agreement with US partial owner

A US investor and the owner group at Motherwell have come to terms. Negotiations with the American family will go forward following the signing of non-binding terms. The board of directors at the Scottish Premiership side has been looking for investors outside the company. While seeking new investors, the Steelmen recently staged a spoof Hollywood […]


/ 87 days ago

Celtic tickets for US tour: Schedule, dates, host cities

To get ready for the 2024–25 season, Celtic will be visiting the United States this summer. The Scottish team had already hinted that they would be visiting the US. There have been hints that the Parkhead club could be planning a summer 2024 American preseason trip. Pictured under three US landmarks was a message on […]

Bayern Munich

/ 110 days ago

Bayern put Liverpool's Robertson atop summer transfer wishlist

Bayern Munich is already looking for a potential replacement for Alphonso Davies. It was revealed on Monday that Davies will depart the German giants in favor of Real Madrid. The star defender has been locked in contract negotiations with Bayern for months. However, Davies is holding out for either more money or a better opportunity. […]


/ 126 days ago

England turn to Rangers keeper in search of Euro 2024 No. 1

After admitting to having a goalkeeper issue, England manager Gareth Southgate may once again rely on Jack Butland. With Euro 2024 quickly coming, Jordan Pickford of Everton is England's No 1. However, Southgate is short on backup alternatives. Since Arsenal signed David Raya last summer, Aaron Ramsdale has been a substitute for most of the […]


/ 130 days ago

UK team opens first club-owned hotel inside soccer stadium

A new hotel, the first of its kind in the United Kingdom, has opened within a soccer stadium, thanks to Hearts. Heart of Midlothian, also known as Hearts, has its headquarters in Edinburgh, Scotland. Hearts plays home games at Tynecastle Park Stadium. Built right within its main stand, the Tynecastle Park Hotel has 25 rooms […]


/ 132 days ago

Neil Warnock, 75, takes 20th managerial job

Neil Warnock is adding to an impressively long resume of managing soccer clubs by taking over at Aberdeen. Warnock's last job was a brief stint with Huddersfield Town. Upon taking over in February, Warnock turned around the relegation-threatened Huddersfield Town with a blazing run of form to close the campaign. He returned at the beginning […]


/ 133 days ago

Wilshere set to leave Arsenal with top first-team job lined up

Having applied for his first senior managerial position, ex-Arsenal player and current academy coach, Jack Wilshere is rumored to be leaving the Gunners. Persistent injuries and fitness concerns led to the conclusion of his soccer career in July 2022. Nonetheless, the 32-year-old struck up an immediate fascination with management. Four days after disclosing his retirement, […]


/ 137 days ago

Bournemouth's US owner gets approval to invest in Scottish club

Hibernian, a top-tier Scottish soccer team, has received approval to go forward with an investment from the group that controls Bournemouth, a Premier League club. With the club's dual interest dispensation request accepted, the Scottish Football Association (SFA) board has moved forward. A proposal from the Black Knights will now move Hibs forward. Hibs' "dual […]


/ 179 days ago

Ex-Scotland boss proposes crazy idea to improve Premiership

The former Scotland manager Craig Levein suggests that Rangers and Celtic join the Premier League so that other Scottish teams may benefit from the extra money. St. Johnstone's head coach suggested a $63 million annual fee for the Old Firm teams. The decision to join England's high earners would face support for Scottish soccer. Rejecting […]