When Celtic and Rangers met at Hampden to contest the 1957 League Cup final, it was a beautiful October day. The Scottish sun was only shining on one side, however.
On the one hand, the display of Palestinian flags at Celtic Park has done little quantifiable good. Thankfully, the same cannot be said of the fundraising effort that has followed.
Kingsley has been described as a “demented sun god”, which is my stock answer to the question: “What is your dream job?”
Now isn't that nice?
What's in a name? For many Scottish clubs, rather a lot.
Probably the worst time to play a meaningless exhibition game is when your opposition is embroiled in the biggest corruption scandal in soccer history.
Football fans represent a significant demographic in Britain, yet they have rarely been pandered to at election time. Has that changed in 2015?