Alongside the launch of Dundee FC Live which will bring live video streaming of the action from Dens right into your home, the club will continue to run our live text update service which has been very popular over the years in keeping Dees all over the world up to date with all the action. While normally the updates can be found right here on the official website, this afternoon we will be bringing you direct updates on our official twitter. Our Under 13 Colts then play Dunbar Utd Colts in a league fixture with an 11am ko.  This is our 3rd XI at Under 13 level and they are looking forward to their first competitive game on the FieldTurf. Finally the 3pm ko is a League Cup encounter between our Under 19s and Civil Service Strollers.
A further pitch inspection has taken place and todays game against Lothian Thistle is on with a 1.45pm kick off. Although an initial inspection deemed the pitch unplayable the weather in Edinburgh is good.
The SRU Under 21 squad held their first training session of a series this week, full contact under the coaching of ex Lions John Jeffrey, Tom Smith and Craig Chalmers.  They enjoyed it so much that pro team Edinburgh Rugby  were then straight on the phone to book some day time sessions over the Festive period. Gavin Malin visits Football NationHave you seen the brand new Spartans merchandise on sale at The Football Nation, Edinburgh? Since November, the Lothian Road store has been busy with Spartan Army members eager to buy the latest strips, t-shirts, fleeces, hats and for the first time ever, Spartans scarves.
It seems it is not just Edinburgh based fans buying the new club clothing, Steven told us customers have been using Football Nations online services to have merchandise delivered all round the globe.
Spartans midfielder and scorer of the goal that put us into the forth round of the Scottish Cup, Gavin Malin, recently visited the store to buy some of our latest items as Christmas presents. Football Nation are offering a 10% discount to all Spartans fans until the 24th of December. Blyth are lined up for their fourth live game of their campaign with the tie due for coverage on Monday 5th January. The Football Ramble is one of the UK’s most-loved football podcasts and releases a new show every Tuesday. Congratulations to Jose Mourinho, who has been confirmed as the new manager of Manchester United this morning. It’s a dream come true for Mourinho, who has reportedly been lobbying for the position since Sir Alex Ferguson retired back in May 2013. According to publicly available documents on the Companies House website, Mou was appointed director of Crimson Dream Ltd on 1st July 2013; a month after he returned to Chelsea. It’s that time of year when television companies set about distracting us from the quality of their punditry using graphics. Check out his player biographies and tell me your viewing experience wouldn’t be enhanced by seeing players hold up bits of paper with these career summaries scrawled on them. With the bleak prospect of several weeks sans domestic football stretching out ahead of us, I made it my business to watch as much as possible over the weekend. A reasonably entertaining game concluding with a lovely winner from a Warrington lad, a shirt removal and a sacking was the best we could expect from a Cup Final prior to Twitter. Now we all watch it with our phones in our hands, discussion points are not limited on pitch activity. If only Hibs fans had confined their joy and merriment to the festooned corridors of social media, eh?
As if to offer hope for survival over the summer, England popped their heads over the parapet on Sunday for a warm-up vs.
They’re outlandishly expensive, utterly useless in a Sunday league combat situation and liable to get you beaten up if you deviate into the high collar pink zone. And yet, somehow, a small proportion of the general public get inappropriately excited every time an extremely wealthy sportswear manufacturer drops a new iteration of plastic foot cover. Although the Premier League is the Most Envied league in the world, it turns out that other, inferior leagues, do brilliant things that we ought to steal. This includes (but is in no way limited to) the annual post season washing of the Bronze Horseman statue in St Petersburg, which this year was given a bit of a rinse by former Spurs and Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas this week.


The European City of Culture Award is but a misunderstanding over a Sports Direct logo away. Our friends over at Copa 90 have made this video of Real Gothic; the football team comprised entirely of Goths that emerges from the Whitby Goth Weekend twice a year to terrorise the neighbourhood with flagrant breaches of eyeliner law. If you know anything about Goths (I used to be one, Level Three Crushed Velvet) and their predilections for scuttling beneath shop awnings to avoid sunlight and winkle pickers, you might be surprised to see them running round a field doing sport, but as this video shows, they’re as capable of a cheeky half volley from outside the penalty area as the next gang of Sunday League incompetents.
After a season spent challenging the mighty Cheltenham Town (hometown club, yo) for automatic promotion, Forest Green Rovers lost the National League play-off to Grimsby on Sunday and, according to local news reports, are consoling themselves with Greggs pasties. This alone would be sufficient to attract our attention, but there’s a picture of Ramble Hall of Famer Big Jon Parkin tucking into a hefty pastry based snack outside a branch of the aforementioned snack food emporium. As flies to wanton boys are we to th’ gods, as Shakespeare used to say during post match pressers.
Something mildly more predictable was the social media response to Spurs’ hideous capitulation to the already relegated Newcastle United. There has to be a rational explanation for the inclusion of Jack Wilshere in a preparation squad and that’s mine. Uncertainty over John Terry’s future prompted odd scenes at Stamford Bridge yesterday, with the club captain taking to the pitch for a speech during which he told fans he wants to stay as much as they want him to. When the new CD Palencia’s kit nosed its way rudely into your consciousness this morning, were you also put in mind of the conversation Nigel Tufnel had with Marty DiBergi in infamous rockumentary Spinal Tap? Given the confusion expressed by footballers over the simplest of tasks in recent history, one imagines this conversation may actually happen in real life when the away kit is wheeled out.
There are few who like his style, but even Rafa Benitez will be forced to acknowledge the tenacity of the man who has come to embody the traits of the survival specialist in modern football. When Sunderland beat Norwich City back in April, Luke and I produced an article for the New Day in which we discussed the rising importance of the Survival Specialist in the freshly minted world of football.
With ?5.4 billion winging its way towards the back pockets of the twenty most fortunate clubs in the world, the ante has risen for those that can generally be found hovering in and around the relegation places after Christmas.
What if, over the next few seasons, the fear of losing out on all that cash begins to hit home? A big shout, for sure, but nothing Sunderland have done in the last month has dissuaded us from the notion. Eddie Izzard there, capturing the full horror of growing up in the 80s when The Sun was the most popular newspaper in the land and narrow minded, paranoid idiocy roamed freely. Suspicions were first aroused on 8th July 2014 when Die Mannschaft (snigger) turned Brazil into an international laughing stock using just 90 minutes of football and David Luiz.
And there you were thinking that not having enough Championship winners medals to ensure the club’s Player of the Year gets one is the most embarrassing thing that could possibly happen in front of the general public. It’s the time of year when social conventions are abandoned in favour of assaulting pensioners with champagne and excessively manscaped men who wear shorts to work dragging their surgically optimised partners and mini-mes onto the pitch to wave at fans. Their parade on Saturday night, coming after an embarrassingly easy stroll over Everton, raised some interesting questions. In twenty years, will we see Max or Isabella Schmeichel lifting whatever version of the top league title is available at the time? And how many years will Sofia Vardy resent her parents for making her wear a tutu for arguably the biggest moment in their family lives?
Manchester City fans are a little more conversant with end of season festivities, clearing out well before the toddlers (none of whom looked as petulant as Samir Nasri) were unleashed. Not only did they miss Manuel Pellegrini’s final speech as manager (for which they have received criticism, it should be noted) but also the sight of Kevin De Bruyne carting the recently emerged Mason across the Etihad pitch.
In Spain, Barcelona kept Real Madrid at bay with a 5-0 thumping of neighbours Espanyol, but Atletico’s hopes of snatching a league and European Cup double from under the considerable noses of the competition were destroyed by a last minute goal from a man once trampled by a bull. Both men had been sent off after needling each other throughout the game, but Pittsburgh Riverhounds striker Parkes felt further punishment and a full on fight was necessary to redress the balance. On the plus side, he’ll have a lovely tale to tell his kids when he gets out of custody.


The 45 year-old No Doubt singer was in Studio City cheering on Kingston while holding onto his younger bro Apollo.
We look forward to a good turn out of Spartans fans and fans of other East of Scotland teams who’s games are off today will of course be very welcome at City Park this afternoon. There will be a further full pitch inspection after 12:30 today and a decision will be posted on this site by 1pm. Steven added that the combination of Christmas and our Scottish Cup forth round tie against Airdrie United, has seen sales increase further. This is how Alan Pardew ended up trending above Jesse Lingard, despite the latter’s 110th minute heroics. Having set the precedent for horse bothering some time ago, Newcastle are the best placed to spend the next twelve months erecting a statue of the horse it punched, then get promoted and have Rafa winched up to give it a wash.
Which could lead to all manner of joyful misunderstandings were Pards to take a trip up the M1. A claim likely to go down a storm with the club hierarchy, who completed a switch to an all vegan matchday menu in November last year. Without their sterling work we would have no idea about this fabulous happening and you’d currently be reading an article about the fact that Juan Mata has been left out of the Spain squad. A cup of foul smelling beef based drink and a pie while some half drunk footballers with one eye on the The Palm, Dubai, stroll around waiting for the final whistle so they can put scarves on their heads and prove their fertility? Something like that could really affect the confidence of young players going into a major tournament.
But please, please remember that water is a reflective surface and owes nothing to your sense of modesty. He spent his 25 year football career keeping goal for the likes of Boca Juniors, Independiente and the Colombian national team.
He’s here because I just had a conversation about him with a chap called Augusto on Twitter, who pointed out that in this photo, Carlos is wearing a shirt with a picture of a man driving a truck on it.
The best, most creative players on paper might not necessarily turn up and play beautiful, successful football (see Chelsea). If creative attacking football is abandoned in favour of a more cautious, defensive approach?
Fifty years on from England’s 4-2 victory over West Germany in a major international tournament final, is anyone else worried they’re building up to something? In fact no one seemed to be particularly bothered at all when the interloper emerged and ran towards the centre circle.
Mena€™s National Team player Carlos Bocanegra as technical director of Major League Soccera€™s 22nd team. We hope the game will go ahead so please revisit this site for the latest information, alternatively you can call Cameron Hobbs on 07962 353 645 for the latest information. Is there any possibility we can get football reduced to a theoretical state, thus minimising the possibility of embarrassment for everyone? Sky’s backroom staff pulling out all the stops to generate a flicker of excitement and implied peril over something already resolved? Instead of picking individuals known for skill on the ball and mercurial talent, managers begin to pick well drilled, but lesser known players who fit within a structure? Instead of bringing play to a shuddering halt and getting chased around the pitch by a battalion of incompetent stewards, as was the intention, he instead had to watch Besiktas break down the left and Mario Gomez scored a tap in.



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