Listen to our first episode of our sports podcast called Covering The Bases. Sports editor Darren McConachie, Ewan Summers and Sean McAngus discuss all the talking points from Scottish rugby team, League Cup final, Sports Personality of the year and football. Follow us across social media: Facebook Twitter
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
Clyde Outside sports editor Darren McConachie gives his greatest XI to never win the Champions League: GK- Gianluigi Buffon Perhaps the man in this team the most unlucky never to have won the Champions League having starred in three finals, his last a humbling defeat to Real Madrid in Cardiff in June. Although never winning the Champions League may hurt, Buffon can console himself with the various trophies in his
Paisley has been ranked as one of the top 42 hockey towns in Europe, according to the Canadian online travel agency Flight Network. The town, which is the home of the highly successful Paisley Pirates, was ranked 41st in the list of top destinations to watch a thrilling game of action on the ice.
CHRIS MCQUADE meets the 6’5″ basketball sensation from Langside set to represent Scotland this summer Scotland is not a land of giants. The average height of a Scottish person is around 5’9” and should you visit Glasgow you can expect that to shrink an inch. Basketball is definitely not the country’s national sport – but its popularity is on the rise. Sport in Scotland is evolving beyond football as people