Tag Archives: SPL

Widespread sympathy for Rangers

TO the Americans, July 4 means Independence Day – but for the Scottish Premier League this will be the day clubs vote on whether Rangers Football Club stay in the league.Rangers has ceased to operate after liquidation and with 11 clubs left in the SPL, Rangers need the approval of eight of these to remain or they will face having to apply for a place in the third division of Scottish football.

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A time for great rejoicing?

GENERAL hilarity erupts in West Belfast, firstly at news that Rangers had applied to go into administration; secondly, at news that they had indeed gone into administration; and thirdly, that the inevitable 10-point docking had taken place.

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Defensive errors must be addressed ahead of busy period for Lennon’s Bhoys

The games are coming thick and fast for Celtic with clashes in the SPL, league cup and Europa League ensuring that they will have had to endure two matches a week since the last international break early this month all the way through to the next one in mid-November.

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Jog Blog: Week Three

Well, things are getting better. I’m training more, eating cleaner and sleeping like a log. I’m still no Sonia O’Sullivan, […]

Jog Blog: Week Two

Every morning for the past week I’ve set my alarm for 6am to get up and go for a run. […]

Beating the goddess within – and without

In the 10 weeks between now and race day, we will be tracking two Belfast Media Group novice runners in […]

Squinter review of the year

JANUARY STILL no sign of the firebomber who ran through the bustling streets of pre-Christmas Belfast with his head and […]

Yule politics

May we all have a very happy and blessed Christmas. Remembering departed friends and entertaining – and being entertained by […]

From Athens to Andytown, it’s the same old thieving story

THE British Museum has loaned out one of the Elgin Marbles for the first time ever. The State Heritage Museum […]