Who said Scottish football was dead?

Over the last few years football played north of the border has gained some hefty criticism and many believe it is only a matter of time before the ‘old firm’ leave treck down to England every other week leaving Scottish football to dry.

Twenty’s Plenty

Earlier this year, the FSF (Football Supporters Federation) launched an away fan ticket scheme plan where a price cap of £20 (£15 for concessions) would be charged by the home club for all visiting spectators. This would be in effect for matches, excluding cup finals

Who will join Reading and QPR?

Harry Redknapp gave it a good go as manager of Queens Park Rangers but it won’t be enough to secure survival. Being at the match on Super Sunday you wouldn’t have thought the home side were in a relegation battle, and certainly not on the wrong end of one! The atmosphere was electric and it looked like QPR stood a chance of staying up before Shaun Maloney’s 94th free-kick sent Wigan back with a point. Good luck with those wages in the Championship…

Up the Northern league’s we go

It looks like being three years and three league titles for Chester FC as they sit 16 points clear of Guiseley on top of the Conference North, and with only a single defeat. After the demise of Chester City it was time for a supporters group known as ‘City Fans United’ to step in.