WHO'D be a compliance officer?
Kenny Dalglish: I can’t see many positives in SFA’s decision to take Scotland squad thousands of miles from home
ALEX MCLEISH and the Scotland squad are currently thousands of miles from home, preparing for their games against Peru and Mexico.
IT looks very much like Partick Thistle’s Ian Maxwell will soon be appointed as the new chief executive of the SFA.
HIBERNIAN head coach Neil Lennon has been handed an immediate three-match touchline ban following his dismissal against Kilmarnock.
NEIL LENNON faces two SFA charges after his outburst at referee Kevin Clancy.
I have been giving some consideration to the thorny question of Scottish football governance.
QUEEN'S PARK say they will consult with their members before deciding whether to accept the Scottish Football Association's offer to buy Hampden.
AS the SFA’s chief executive at the time, I was more disappointed than anyone when Alex McLeish walked out on Scotland.
Kenny Dalglish: The Hampden hierarchy has to come out and shed some light on just exactly what is going on
I'M not one for being critical of individuals, teams or organisations for the sake of it.
Gordon Smith: I wanted to appoint Graeme Souness as Scotland boss in 2008 but I wasn’t able to make decisions… the new SFA chief executive must have final say
IF I’d had my way, the SFA would have offered the Scotland manager’s job to Graeme Souness in 2008.
HAVING known Walter Smith for 50 years, I was not the least bit surprised at his decision to remain retired and nip in the bud speculation that he was about to return to the position of Scotland manager.