Weir’s Week: Dhoni’s good deed and some (alleged) prodding

By Stewart Weir Saturday It is still summer, even if Scottish football has started, or stalled. After kicking off during the second week of the Glasgow...

WEIR’S WEEK: 17th January 2014

Mark Selby won the Masters - on the 'red button' Saturday Most people woke to the tragic news that former Dundee, Rangers and Dundee United midfielder...

Stripping away the nonsense of the third kit

By Stewart Weir There was a time when only big internationals or cup finals merited live TV coverage. Nowadays, half the stuff broadcast live and exclusive...

Weir’s Week: a dubious trophy, some dodgy songs and a clever quiz

By Stewart Weir Saturday Scottish Cup Final day when, you would have thought, warnings would have been heeded and best behaviour would have been on show. Particularly...

The future of Scottish football is running round local parks

By Stuart Crawford So, here we go again, as if you hadn’t noticed. The football season has started and, after only a couple of...

Vuvuzelas to video tech – World Cup 2010

It’s nearly time to Write The Past of the 2010 World Cup. Nike tried to Write the Future but that involved Sir Wayne...

Weir’s Week: bad bar timing, secret panels and a Euro amnesty

Saturday Form is temporary, class is permanent. One of vintage commentator Clive Everton’s favourite lines. So worth stealing. Today is the first day of the Betfred...

26 years ago this week: Graeme Souness and the Rangers revolution

And nothing would ever be the same again. That line could apply to a million and one things. But in the case of Scottish football,...

Fear of Scotland’s pantomime horse in Liechtenstein

By Stewart Weir To end a week when most of our clubs found the transfer window boarded up, Scotland’s national team will on Friday...

Weir’s Week: sex and drugs and horror tackles

By Stewart Weir Saturday Some will remember Kevin Muscat during his time at Rangers. I say some, because his time in Scotland was, for the most...