The 2011 Scottish Cup Semi final draw will be made on Monday, 14 March, 2011 around 1 pm UK time.
The Scottish Cup semifinal draw 2011 will be conducted at the Inverclyde National Sports Training
Centre. Teams involved in the draw for the 2010/11 Scottish Cup semifinal:- Brechin City/
A cruel accident of birth dictates that I celebrate my birthday just as the big beasts of Scottish
football enter the Scottish Cup.
Thus each year my birthday marks the start of another failed leg of Hibernian's apparently never
ending Scottish Cup odyssey. If the jinx hadn't begun more than 70 years before I was born I'd
consider myself a bit of a Jonah.
Soccer City FC keeps a keen eye on all things Scotland (see -- Brechin City's Charlie King Ready to
Face Saint Mirren and List of Preseason Friendlies In Scotland This Summer and don't forget Soccer
Past: Aberdeen Intervene In Old Firm Supremacy and wait here's one more Collegiate Corner: Cameron
Charlie Adam: We have a squad at Liverpool that is able to challenge
Anfield's ÂŁ7m summer signing from Blackpool has learned from the mistakes his father made as a
player The Wikipedia entry for Charlie Adam covers every personal detail and statistic to be
expected for a Liverpool and Scotland international football player.
There's a pretty busy four days of football coming up in Scotland. The fourth round of the Scottish
Cup takes place between Saturday and Tuesday and, as well as all that, there's some domestic league
action down in the Second and Third divisions too. Up in the Highland League there are five games
scheduled but, like all of the games planned, whether any or all of these go ahead depends very
much on the weather.
A full SPL card on Boxing Day to help you digest the turkey leftovers.
Well, maybe. Weather permitting. At the moment all the games are on. But that's subject to change.
Motherwell are working on a burst pipe but are apparently confident the TV game will go ahead. A
decision on the Hibs game and Aberdeen's ability to get to Edinburgh is being made tomorrow.
We said the other week that the Scottish football season is over, but that would be doing a
disservice to four teams for whom there is still everything to play for. In the first of two games,
Brechin and Cowdenbeath will do battle for the right to join Stirling Albion in next years First
Division, while [.
In a remarkable weekend of Scottish fitba in which the league leaders across the four divisions of
Scottish football either saved or dropped valuable points in injury time, Inside Left comes out
smelling of roses, as the predictions we made on Friday turn out to be almost correct. I was
actually a minute or so away [.
While the rest of the UK is still fannying around in meaningless friendlies, up in Scotland the
season has started for the clubs in the Scottish Football league, as this years Alba Challenge Cup
IT IS POOR, I know. Sorry. It's a headline designed to get you to click on this link where the only
bit of useful info you'll get is the possibility of Hull striker Jimmy Bullard joining up with
Celtic on a loan deal, and thus becoming quite possibly the ugliest footballer in Scotland [...]
Those of us who want our football measured against fairytales and romantic epics were left
disappointed yesterday at Hampden. Our fault, we were looking in the wrong place. Cowdenbeath today
sealed promotion to the First Division with a 3-0 win at Brechin. It's the first time they've
reached the second tier in 20 years.
Away-side Saint Mirren advanced at The Glebe as the club defeated Brechin City 3-1 in Scottish Cup
action. Goals from Hamilton (25' and 70') and Wyness (48') were
enough to overpower the Second Division side. City did find the score sheet on a goal from
Neil Janczyk in the 46th minute.
29-year-old forward Charlie King and his teammates are looking forward to
tomorrow's fourth-round match against Scottish Premier League side Saint Mirren. "The whole
club is really looking forward to what should be a cracking cup-tie." King, who has been
with the Scottish Second Division outfit since 2001, continued, "The fourth round of the
Scottish Cup is always an eagerly anticipated day for players and it is great to be involved and to
get the chance to play against an SPL side.
Its Monday 30th July 2012 4 days into the Olympics and the Spanish football team already going
home, 1 more match then nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah hheeeeyyeeyyy goodbye!!! That actually
ruined the beginning of this blog as I started writing yesterday that Spain lost their 1st match at
the World 1-0 [.