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Is the Scottish Media Serious about Women’s Football? – Jimmy Dull

By Jimmy Dull It has been wonderful to see Women’s Football being covered on mainstream television during the recent European Championships in The Netherlands. Kudos to Channel 4 for providing live coverage of the matches and providing a good selection of presenters and pundits to analyse the action. However, I can

Euro 2017: A Scottish Journey – Emily Russell

By Emily Russell - Twitter @RainbowHeed ‘We’re on the road with Anna’s army, we’re going to the Netherlands. And we’re gonna shake them up when we win the Euro cup, cause Scotland are the greatest football team!’ A simple song, reincarnated from the one sang to celebrate Scotland’s last journey to a

Building A Legacy From The Euros

With Scotland about to make their major international tournament debut, this is a huge moment for Scottish Women's Football. There is a political buzzword that people love to throw around at these points – legacy – but it is a valid question. How do we build upon this? After all, if

Key Players For Scotland vs England

It is finally here! Well, Wednesday. Scotland vs England. The Euros. Scotland's debut at a major international tournament against their Auld Enemy. Can Scotland win? Of course, they can. I believe that Hayley Lauder is still a doubt for the England game, so I will slightly assume that she won't start.

Youngsters Show The Way? – Tactics Blog – Scotland 2-2 Denmark

Scotland’s warm-up friendlies for the UEFA Women’s Euro 2017 have to decide two key things: the best starting eleven, and the best system.

There is no way you can begin to suggest the ‘best eleven’ – although, your choice is unlikely to be far from the fact. But the first friendly against Denmark which ended in a 2-2 draw suggested that there is a formation that Scotland can be successful with.

Bouncing Back – Hamilton’s Season Review – Robert Watson

Hamilton Academical WFC 2016 League Season Review Robert Watson – Assistant Manager Unity and Desire “I want to be part of the team that brings us back up because I was in the team that got relegated. You have that responsibility on you”. There was no more apt quote in the whole of our

SWPL 2 Takes Centre Stage

Sunday sees the Semi-Finals of the SSE Scottish Women’s Cup at Ainslie Park, the first game since the historic sponsorship deal with SSE.

Both games are local derbies between SWPL 2 and SWPL 1 sides with Hearts playing Hibernian and Glasgow Girls playing Glasgow City. With Hearts and Glasgow Girls locked in a tight SWPL 2 title race, both sides will be looking to prove that they can compete in the top flight next season.

Hibernian Pride Despite Defeat To Bayern – UWCL Reaction

Football can be a strange sport sometimes. As I write this, it is weird to be feeling more positive than negative about a Hibernian side, just beaten 6-0 by Bayern München. There is no way of saying that losing 6-0 is good, but you have to look at where Hibernian