The Scottish FA has taken a major step forward in its bid to make Northern Ireland boss Michael O’Neill the new Scotland manager after agreeing a compensation package with the Irish FA.
SFA nearer to appointment
Scotland’s hopes of landing Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill have risen after he was overlooked for the vacancy at Sunderland.
Permanent job to elude Mackay
Malky Mackay declared his experimental team represented the future of the Scotland team despite losing his only match in charge.
Decision by year end
The Scottish Rugby Union is waiting to hear back from the Scottish FA if BT Murrayfield will be the stadium of choice to replace Hampden Park (pic: SNS Group) TheRead More
Commercial growth key
The Scottish FA has hailed the impact of ‘significant’ new sponsorship deals after posting an increased total turnover of £30.8 million for 2016. The new figure, which excludes subsidiary companies,Read More
English FA take action
Former Rangers midfielder Joey Barton has been banned from football for..
Project Brave under discussion
Football fans from across the country are to be given the chance to question Scottish FA chief executive Stewart Regan on radical proposals to improve the national team’s performance. ProjectRead More
National coach decision
Gordon Strachan will stay on as Scotland head coach after the Scottish FA gave him its unanimous backing…