Daily Archives: February 11, 2018

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The Dribbler; A Game-changing talent

Almost two years has passed since 17-year-old Kristoffer Ajer agreed a deal with Ronny Deila and Celtic to bring him to Glasgow. Now, with his teenage years coming to an end he’s fought himself into Brendan Rodgers’ first team. Alex Lawrence, a regular contributor to the highly respected football tactics website spielverlagerung.com, takes a deep…

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From Dananananakroyd to Derek Whyte; The Cyncial meets Paul Carlin

Paul Carlin is a Radio Producer based in Glasgow. A talented musician and avid Celtic fan, he can be found supporting the hoops from an array of Southside bars or performing with his current band Jutland Songs. Paul is a former member of the highly successful Glasgow outfit Dananananakroyd and he spoke to The Cynical’s…

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The Revolution will be Tactical

Ian Cathro’s short-term reign at Hearts was another flash-point in an ongoing discussion around the attitude towards progressive ideas and tactical applications inside Scottish football and the media covering it. One of the main contributors to the debate is Stevie Grieve, a young but experienced Scottish coach who has worked within both football clubs and…

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To Colt or Not To Colt; The Norwegian Experience

Whether top flight teams in Scotland should be allowed to play their colt teams in the lower tiers of the SPFL is the very emotive question that has intensified in recent weeks. Christian Wulff has spoken to two Norwegian football experts to see how a similar system has worked there and what their recommendation for…

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Celtic and Rangers; A Rivalry Moulded by Politics

More known for his tactical musings and statistical nerdery on Twitter, Politics degree holder Dougie Wright looks at how the political aspects of the rivalry between the two big Glasgow clubs evolved and whether in modern times it has transferred over into other causes and cultural allegiances.   Football and politics are strange bedfellows. In…

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