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
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.
According to the BBC, Shelley Kerr will be announced as the new Scotland Head Coach on Monday, the first Scottish Head Coach this century. The current Head Coach, Anna Signeul, will step down from her role after the Euros - the first ever major tournament that Scotland has qualified. Kerr will attempt
Anna Signeul has announced her squad for the friendly against Belgium on the 11th April, with the game to be played in Leuven. Injury has impacted the choices that Signeul has been able to make with Kim Little, Rachel Corsie, Joelle Murray, Jenny Beattie, Hayley Lauder, Jo Love and Rachel McLauchlan
The SWF has announced that a historic funding deal that will help the Scottish players train full time ahead of the European Championships. Funding from the Scottish Government, sportscotland, through its National Lottery stream, the sponsors of the Scottish Women's Cup, SSE, and the Scottish Football Partnership will enable their
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.