Every year, for as long as I can remember being an active football supporter, the question of Remembrance at matches has arisen and always generates plenty of energetic discussion. 1,325 more words
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In the recent years, Scottish clubs have been forced into playing youth over experience in their first teams due to financial constraints. Despite this, there are some highly rated youngsters coming out of the academies to make a name for themselves this season. 493 more words
I know The Darkness aren’t exactly metal, but they are awesome on record (with that sentence my readership is halved) and always fun live. They’re currently celebrating the 10th anniversary of their award winning falsetto ridden debut album, Permission To Land. 646 more words
Kilmarnock is the largest town in East Ayrshire, and one of the largest places on the train line between Gretna Green and Glasgow. We have been to the town once to sightsee, and once to change trains to travel on to Ayr on the Scottish coast. 317 more words
It’s like clockwork….every few months fresh rumors arise about Kenny Miller’s inevitable return to Rangers. With the the forward’s annual return to Murray Park to train in MLS’ off-season, the speculation as been reinvigorated. 1,119 more words
Biffy Clyro has been nominated for the headline performance of the year award for their stint at Reading & Leeds Festival.
The trio who formed in Kilmarnock are taking a break from releasing music and will instead be focusing on their worldwide tour, which includes playing gigs in Australia, South Africa, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Spain, Germany, Italy and many more. 15 more words