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Craig Levein blames referee as Czechs snatch 2-2 draw

September 4, 2011 by

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Czech manager Michal Bilek breathed a sigh of relief as the Czechs put their 3-0 humping from Norway behind them and snatched a 2-2 draw at Hampden Park. The Czechs were good value for the draw despite their defence looking like a group of players who had just met. Scotland on the other hand were lacking […]

Bílek on the brink

August 11, 2011 by

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Michal Bílek refused to step down as coach of the Czech Republic, after his side was handed a 3-0 beating by an average Norway team – their worst defeat in 17 years. Bílek still stands by his claims that he wants to lead this team to Euro 2012 in Poland/Ukraine. But, judging by the performance […]

Neymar and The Tartan Army

March 29, 2011 by

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Brazilian star Neymar wasn’t just claiming the worst haircut of the decade at the weekend; he also claimed he was racially abused by the Scotland fans. Such claims can cause huge damage to the accused parties, even if found to be untrue. Scotland’s fans are notorious for their travelling support, the Tartan Army travel in […]

Craig Levein – Pioneer or Plank?

October 11, 2010 by

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  Following Craig Levein’s recent comments about his much talked about 4-6-0 formation I decided to look a bit further into his reasoning and post game comments. I suppose in some way I should consider myself privileged as I witnessed first hand Craig Levein’s ground breaking formation, 4-6-0. Yes, 4-6-0, the equivalent of having a gun with no […]

Theres only one Pavel Srnicek

October 10, 2010 by

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Friday night internationals have taken over from the usual saturday games, im still not sure if im favour of playing internationals on a Friday evening. I think Scotland could have played until Saturday and still not scored a goal, their performance was so poor they made the Czechs look like world beaters. I arrived at the game an […]