Stevie Gerrard could be managing MK Dons

Steven Gerrard could be managing English League One team MK Dons. Talks are already taking place, although it is still too early to say whether Gerrard will get the job. SG has also been linked with Brendan Rodgers at Celtic. The position has become vacant after Karl Robinson was sacked last month after six years … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylor’s SRU

What a wonderful Melbourne Cup meeting. The fashions the fantastic horses, and the stars come out to enjoy the fun and hopefully win some cash. Green Moon was outstanding and an easy winner. I expect him to be back next year to win it again.  Excuses for our tip?…you cannot expect him to win when … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylor’s SRU

What a week it’s been. Celtic robbed in Spain and a budget robs everyone else. How we still give millions of dollars to foreign countries and spend millions more on infrastructure and boat people. How much did we get from Carbon Tax? Still don’t know! Well, spend it anyway. Perhaps we should have a poll … [Read the full story]

Aministrators to avoid cost-cutting at Rangers

Administrators are accelerating the sale of financially-crippled Rangers with a view to avoiding implementing “very severe” cost-cutting measures. Duff & Phelps had hoped talks with players, their agents, manager Ally McCoist and PFA Scotland would bring about wage cuts with the club needing to save $6.68 million this season. In the wake of talks stalling … [Read the full story]

Scottish giants go into administration

Scottish champions Rangers’ crippling financial problems intensified when an Edinburgh court announced that the club intended to enter administration. The Glasgow giants have lodged papers with the Court of Session in Edinburgh notifying an intention to declare an administrator. Rangers, who boast Socceroos utility Matt McKay on their books, are awaiting the verdict of a … [Read the full story]

The Green Hoops bask in the Glory

Celtic made amends for last week’s 1-0 loss to Central Coast with a convincing 2-0 triumph over a new-look Perth Glory at the NIB Stadium on Saturday night. The Glory, featuring six new players in their starting XI, struggled to create clear-cut chances throughout the night despite the industrious work of New Zealand international Shane … [Read the full story]