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Marc Wilson sees Scots slipping up in Tbilisi
He's only featured in a League Cup game and as a sub last week against West Brom at the weekend since damaging his ankle ligaments during a pre-season game at Wrexham. Given the faith in the partnership of Wilson and John O'Shea at centre-back, ...
Long-time Canadian soccer commentator Graham Leggat dies at 81
The Globe and Mail
The former Scotland striker was best known in Canada as a commentator and host on TSN from 1986 to 2000. He began his broadcasting career covering Olympic and World Cup soccer competition with CBC in 1974. Known for his Scottish brogue, Leggat co ...
Former Canadian soccer commentator Graham Leggat dead at 81
Prior to immigrating to Canada, Leggat played six seasons in the Scottish league with his native Aberdeen, helping the club win the league title in 1955. ... He also played in 18 international games for Scotland, including the 1958 World Cup in Sweden.
Germany gunning for revenge on Poland
The Germans suffered a shock 2-0 loss to their neighbours only three months after winning the World Cup in Brazil and Poland currently top Group D, a point ahead of Germany, three ahead of Scotland and five ahead of Ireland. The world champions ...
Europa League: Celtic face Ajax, Fenerbahce and Molde
Celtic last played the Dutch in the Champions League group stage in season 2013-14, with the Scots winning 2-1 at home and losing 1-0 in Amsterdam. Ajax stumbled in the Champions League third qualifying round when they were beaten 5-4 on aggregate ...
About Scottish League Cup
The Scottish League Cup is a football competition open to all Scottish Football League and Scottish Premier League clubs. At present it is also known as the Co-operative Insurance Cup owing to the sponsorship deal in place with Co-operative Insurance Society. In the past it has been sponsored by Coca-Cola, Skol Lager, and Bell's Whisky. The competition, like the Scottish Cup, is currently a straight knockout format.
Celtic are the current holders after defeating Rangers at Hampden Park on 15 March 2009. After the match was drawn 0-0 after normal time, it went to extra time in which Celtic scored two goals at opposite ends of the time, a Darren O'Dea header in the 1st minute of extra time and an Aiden McGeady penalty in the 33rd minute.
Currently, the domestic television and radio rights are held by BBC Scotland.