Articles by Christian Wulff

Christian came to Scotland in 2001 and nobody have still managed to get rid of him. A native of Oslo, Norway, he was a huge fan of Ronny Deila before it was cool and still is now that nobody likes him anymore. Christian joined the Cynics in 2014 and is now website editor and infrequent podcaster. He has previously written for The Herald, Scotsman and has also contributed to STV (face) and BBC (voice)


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Across the North Sea Interview: Christian Kalvenes

As part of a new interview series, Christian Wulff explores the experiences of Scottish players that have been involved in Norwegian football and Norwegians that have been a part of the Scottish league. In this edition he talks to the former Dundee United left-back Christian Kalvenes. It’s been almost ten years since the first time I interviewed Christian…

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The Supplement First Edition: Now Available as a Free Magazine Download

Click here to download The First Edition of The Supplement When we launched The Supplement on the second last day of 2016 it was an acknowledgement that football media has changed drastically in a short period of time. Twitter is the ultimate proponent of the media we now consume; fast, continuous and bit-sized. Like fast food, it’s…

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Across the North Sea Interview: Maurice Ross

As part of a new interview series, Christian Wulff will explore the experiences of Scottish players that have been involved in Norwegian football and Norwegians that have been a part of the Scottish league. First up is the former Rangers and Scotland full-back, Maurice Ross, who has spent time as both a player and coach in Norway.  …

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Ronny Deila on life at Celtic: ‘Lose one it’s a crisis. Lose two it’s a scandal. Lose three you’re fired!’

In an interview on Vålerenga’s official website, Ronny Deila has spoken about the work ahead at the sleeping giant of Norwegian football and how the new job compares to his time in Glasgow. Deila said that the main difference between Celtic and Vålerenga is what happens off the pitch; ‘There won’t be much difference in…

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Truth and Reconciliation in Scottish Football

Sustainable and genuine reconciliation after a conflict is built on transparency, contrition and compromise. Intransigent denials or a thirst for punishment from either side usually achieves nothing but frustration and leaves unresolved issues which will make any future relationship very fraught and likely to collapse. In Scottish football – as with anywhere else – reconciliation…

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