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Stewart Regan outlined his plans for the future of Scottish football to The Football Circle blog which can be read in its entirety here.
Ahead of Sunday’s first Old Firm clash of the season, our Focus on Football campaign went into overload with Frank McAvennie and Mark Hately promoting the campaign with the former Celtic striker ruffling more than few media feathers at the same time. WTH? caught up with both afterwards for an exclusive interview.
In related news, Glasgow MSP Bob Doris lodged a parliamentary motion at Holyrood praising the campaign to date.
The Scottish FA's "Chief Man" Darryl Broadfoot took to the airwaves recently as guest star on the excellent The Away End podcast which is available here for your listening pleasure.
It wasn’t only the interweb that Darryl’s tones graced as this week our very own Head of Communications appeared at Holyrood, alongside Andy Niven, to give evidence to the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee on the less than snappily titled ‘Offensive Behavior in Football and Threatening Communications Bill’.
After a 2-2 draw with the Czech Republic, a Barry Bannan inspired Scotland grabbed a vital win over Lithuania thanks to a Steven Naismith winner to keep Euro Qualification dreams alive as they prepare to visit Liechtenstein and Spain.
Billy Stark's under-21 side were held to a 0-0 draw by Bulgaria in the young Scots' first match of their qualifying campaign. A trip to Luxembourg awaits the side before their next home game against Austria next month at St. Mirren Park.
WTH wishes the Women's A and under-19s as well as the mens under-16 all the best in their forthcoming matches.