The special relationship between Scotland and the USA hasn’t been as prosperous as it once was due to leaders Donald Trump and Nicola Sturgeon struggling to acquaint, however football is still keeping this transatlantic link buoyant. The year is 1946, Hitler has been dead for no more than a year, the Cold War is still tepid, and a young Hearts winger would do something that would dwarf any of the
Ewan is a hater of all things that aren’t David Templeton. I will mostly be talking (nonsense) about football, but don’t expect any of it to make any sense.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year again which, of course, means mince pies, mulled wine, mistletoe and most importantly Christmas movies. As the days get darker and the couch gets comfier some of us here at the Clyde Outside have picked one festive favourite per day to see you through the last twelve sleeps before Ol’ Saint Nick rolls in to town. So stick on those slippers,
It has been more than ten years since the now 34-year-old James McFadden scored that wonder goal in Paris, but he insists that he is still determined to keep on playing. Now plying his trade in the Scottish Championship with Queen of the South, it is his aim to keep on going for as long as possible. He said: “I’m going to play for as long as I can or