Category Archives: Non-Music

Hibs Hunger Humbles Hearts (The Edinburgh Reporter)

November 14, 2011 Hibernian under-19s overcame city rivals Heart of Midlothian in a 2-1 victory in the Scottish Youth Cup tie at Easter Road on Saturday. They secured their place in the 4th round after extra-time following a brace from … Continue reading

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English football’s losing it’s European dominance

Leading The New Age Photo: courtesy of FC Barcelona The reign of terror is over. After years of dominating the later stages of the Champions League it appears that the Premier League stranglehold over the competition is coming to an … Continue reading

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Blatter’s 5 Biggest Gaffes (Edinburgh Napier News)

Sepp Blatter, the man who runs FIFA as a part dictatorship – part clown college, is no stranger to controversy. . Whilst his comments about dealing with on-field racism with a handshake are entirely unacceptable, they should not be entirely … Continue reading

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Review – Two Brothers and One World Cup (The Scotsman)

The Scotsman – 4 Star review Two Brothers and One World Cup Whilst it being a Scotsman’s patriotic duty to dislike any show that’s promotional picture depicts Bobby Moore holding the World Cup aloft, the skill and subtlety of this … Continue reading

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SPL rebels aim for ‘Arab Spring’ (Edinburgh Napier News)

SPL rebels aim for ‘Arab Spring’ March 26, 2012 By markmckinlay Leave a Comment (Edit) Pressure has continued to mount on the Old Firm to accept new voting rules in the Scottish Premier League. Yesterday Kilmarnock Chairman, Michael Johnston, compared the … Continue reading

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Aberdeen universities aim to break newground in biotech and local involvement (The Scotsman)

Published on Tuesday 4 May 2010 20:35 INSPIRED by the man who attempted to pioneer the “human” computer, Robert Gordon University (RGU) is launching its third research centre later this month. Mirroring Professor Kevin Warwick’s multi-disciplinary approach, the Aberdeen institution … Continue reading

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Final Curtain: Peter Houston’s last match for Falkirk, v Raith Rovers, 29 December 1990 (The Scotsman)

Published on Friday 7 May 2010 23:19 WITH his team not in action until tomorrow, Dundee United’s manager will doubtless keep a keen eye on today’s relegation decider between Kilmarnock and Falkirk. Lauded throughout his two playing spells at Falkirk, … Continue reading

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