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Hamilton Academical Womens Football Club’s Robert Watson
First of all let us know a little about yourself? Robert Watson, Assistant Manager at Hamilton Academical Womens Football Club. I am a UEFA B Licenced coach and have been involved with Women’s football for over 10 years at every level of the game. So how did you become a coach? I have always loved...
Russia 2018 in Reflection Mbappe, world cup
I think we can all agree this summers tournament has been a magnificent spectacle, however as the saying goes all good things come to an end. So in reflection we decided to come up with an entirely fresh and new idea that under no circumstances was borrowed and adapted from the UK's leading sports section...
The England team – a Scottish perspective John Terry, England, Kettle mag
The great Tom English recently wrote about the success of the England Team, with that I was inspired to add to his opinion with my own, I felt it was important to expand from Scottish perspective and add my own thoughts. That and I like to talk about football. With regards to England’s success, it’s...
Amy McDonald: A new beginning for RWFC Rangers WFC, Ketle Mag, Amy McDonald
To mark the start of the women’s season in Scotland there was a big change, Rangers marked their investment in progressing their female representation in Scotland by changing their name to Rangers WFC. Adding to that on 19th June current head coach Amy McDonald was chosen for the role of Women’s and Girls’ Academy Manager....
Neymar, the Bosman rule and football
Neymar moving to Paris St-Germain was a milestone, a new tier in the transfer market where few are capable of being part of. However, today I have made the healthy decision to avoid adding to the wealth of text complaining about the ludicrous cash payments for superstar players. What I’m going to have a look...
A Girl girl, short story, literature, creative writing, Gillen Reid, Kettle Mag
As she wakes up her cool blue eyes protest to the searing light illuminating the room. Lifting herself up from the cold concrete floor, she notes the cheap looking table and chair dominating the cell like room, a worn out leather arm choir neatly placed in the corner. Eventually she restores her equilibrium and observes...
Poker poker, creative writing, Gillen Reid, Kettle Mag
Poker Like is like a game of poker Cards deciding your next step Dealer cunning and experienced Looking to enjoy schadenfreude A poet can tell a story To inspire a minority to become majority Can this create the mental fortitude to play The poker face The sense of purpose and courage to compete To gamble,...