Poppies & Pitches: Part 1

Written by TJ [Please note this article will be moving to a new home at Football In The City and will soon no longer be available on this website] The Poppy is in evocative symbol these days. How deeply ironic is it to be told that there is only one way to remember those that... Continue Reading →

Hidden Contract, Disguised Remuneration

Written by TJ We previously called the SFA's failure to examine this issue properly an open, festering wound on the game.  This may well divide opinion, but today I'm not going to write on the eligibility of players, campaigns for title-stripping or whether there was a 'sporting advantage' gained. In a gambit of questionable folly... Continue Reading →

Roger Mitchell: The Circle of Milne

The premise for this piece started off as discussion with Roger Mitchell, former-CEO at the SPL over the merits of a thought provoking article by Michael Wood.  The topic - whether Scottish football was any better off for the SPL after 20 years.  It is well worth a read if, like us, you believe it... Continue Reading →

The Petition – Getting the ball rolling

Written by Jim Thomas Today October 5th marks the launch of our website.  Fans Without Scarves started life as 4 disaffected football fans of different clubs watching a Scotland game together and despairing over the state of the game and how under-performance was simply accepted.  All having professional backgrounds, we decided to do something more... Continue Reading →

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