The last 12 weeks have highlighted the best, worst and magnificently ridiculous facets of Scottish football. So many, in actuality, that we’ve listed them in A to Z.. .


Rangers’ Colombian striker Alfredo Morelos is fast becoming the most talked about man from the game. A goal-scorer and founder, a walking , a whirling dervish and an Ibrox hero at age 22.


As experienced by Neil Lennon at Tynecastle at October, and Several other places. If a black man is mistreated, you’re not only minding the colour of his skin – you are respecting his culture, tradition, background. It’s the exact same once I have called a Fenian, a pauper, a beggar, a tarrier. Weekly , we hear the songs at the stadiums. That has got to be stamped out.”


Life bans the only solution for all these craven buffoons.

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Aberdeen director Derek McInnes calls Hearts counter-part Craig Levein”absurd” and”childish” after Levein said he should stop talking”tripe”. This is the short version. Proust, it absolutely was perhaps not.


Scotland director Alex McLeish has to have felt just like he had spent 2018 in an industrial-sized fall drier. His team, his approaches, his oratory, his personality came under heavy fire by those who didn’t need him employed at the first place. He’s not out of the woods, but he’s to the Nations League play offs, so job done for now.

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Eighteen SPFL managers left office throughout the season. Some moved of their volition, but the majority had no say in the situation. Alan Stubbs, Alan Archibald and Neil McCann were the largest names – and then there is that eccentric small business together with Kenny Miller at Livingston.


From the name of teambuilding, Partick Thistle, winless in seven matches at the Championship,” deployed the professional services of a few SAS-type hardmen to push the team into the limit. One player tried to run away. Another broke down into tears. Within their second game Thistle lost 1-0 at Queen of the South. Hmm.


The Scottish FA announced that the federal team is residing at Hampden, at which Scotland played in front of 21,281 buffs against Israel, 20,196 against Belgium, 20,000 against Portugal and 17,455 against Albania. Tynecastle, Easter Road and Pittodrie would have been packed and buzzing. Hampden was drained hollow.


The phrase applied by Calum Steele, general secretary of the Scottish Police Federation, to describe the saga of the League Cup semi-final double-header at Hampden, an unnecessarily divisive and protracted affair which came to an end when the humiliated SPFL named the entire thing away.

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