The results are in. Following last week's list of the top ten Scottish bands of the Noughties and the subsequent public vote, Ayrshire rockers Biffy Clyro have emerged as our readers' most popular act of the last decade.
There was a passionate and vocal response to the top ten list of Scottish bands of the Noughties which we published on scotsman.com yesterday.
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BURST Baw trawls the archives for the 10 top 'taches in the Scottish game . . .
Who was the best Scottish band of the Noughties? Here we suggest ten contenders and let you nominate your favourites, before voting for an overall winner.
LIFE as a football pundit isn't easy at the best of times. But imagine having to read out the following team sheet with a straight face. Over the coming weeks we'll be bringing you team selections that would make the air turn blue. We hope you enjoy part one. Those who are easily offended should look away now.
GIVEN their usual monotone reticence in front of a microphone, maybe it's not such a surprise that Scottish footballers haven't exactly flocked on to Twitter.
BURST Baw pays tribute to a forgotten giant of Scottish football - the perm...
Remember the one about the brother of the famous France striker who came to Scotland, 'bought' a job managing a professional football team, signed a few foreign amateurs, lost a lot of matches, and promptly jetted off with his tail between his legs?
THIERRY Henry's blatant handball that sent France on the way to next year's World Cup at the expense of Ireland has sparked a huge row in the international game.
scotsman.com looks back at some of the highest scoring Old Firm matches in recent history.
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