Scotland Return to Major Competition, but the Same Old Story Plays Out Once More

Scotland’s 23-year absence from a major International tournament, we’re not counting the Kirin Cup, finally came to end yesterday at, of all places, Hampden Park as Scotland welcomed Czech Republic to Glasgow in the opening round of Euro 2020 Group D matches. Like most followers of the National Team, for me, the build up to... Continue Reading →

One to Watch: Sandor Hidi

At the end of a season that promised so much but ultimately failed to live up to expectations for Vasas, one shining light was the continued emergence of Sandor Hidi at the heart of the Angyalföld side’s midfield. At the age of 20 and with 65 first team games under his belt already (20 with... Continue Reading →

Should Celts Marsch to a Different Beat?

Of all the names linked to the Celtic job in recent weeks possibly the most intriguing is that of Red Bull Salzburg’s American coach Jesse Marsch. Not so long ago the prospect of an American coaching at one of European football’s top clubs would have been scoffed at, however, Marsch has built such a strong... Continue Reading →

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