Last week saw the launch of our monthly newsletter and today we are sending you the first of our weekly bulletins. This is only being
distributed to our friends who have a business relationship with our beloved game. So if you are a member of the press, a politician, a blogger or a football club employee there are
hopefully little nuggets in our weekly updates that are worth exploring.
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Scotland fails to deliver once again
Scottish football need to change. The interesting thing is despite the failings of the manager and players the debate is now much wider and
deeper.Read More Here »
The supporters voices have are joined my many commentators who feel that radical change is required to push football in a completely new direction in our country. The
Administrators that run our game have completely failed to respond to the changes in World Football over the last 10 years and we are in danger of being marooned in our
own self pity. With another new performance strategy imminent following the departures of Wotte and McClair we will have the third attempt on having a professional football
person improve our performance on the park. Read more here
Strachan's tactics all wrong? Author and Coach Robert Gillan thinks they were:
Celtic and Rangers to sail off to the Atlantic league?
With the exit blocked to the Premier League in England and the Champions League becoming a closed shop for those big clubs from big countries there is a very real possibility
of the so called Atlantic League coming to fruition.Read More »
The interesting thing for us to observe is that the talk is not coming from the east end or south side of Glasgow this time and with major reforms at UEFA it might just have a
chance of emerging as part of a restructure
Chelsea kit deal a global record
As if it was not depressing enough for fans of clubs with only a few quid in the kitty, the recent announcement that Chelsea has now signed the biggest ever global kit deal
for £900m is a sad reflection on the changing game.Read More »
What it reminds us is that as more money is poured into the game south of the border it is essential that we have a renewed strategy for the game in Scotland. We have no doubt
that the lights will be on late at Hampden Park over coming months to deliver a compelling plan.