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SCOTTISH SEASON 2001-02
July 2001 Livingston join
the SPL. Dundee in the Inter-toto
August 2001 Scotland's
World Cup qualifiers. Start of the season
Rangers to play in war zone. Euro-prospects.
How Europe sees us. Laugh at Keegan
September 2001 World Cup
failure. Who will succeed Craig Brown?
October 2001 New bosses at
Motherwell & St Johnstone. Livingston's rise. Killie
November 2001 Old Firm's
Euro-chances. Celtic v Juventus. The minnows in the World Cup
Kids making the breakthrough. The Herald's
The Old Firm head for the border
December 2001 Advocaat
quits at Rangers. McLeish takes over
Prat of the Year award
January 2002 Ten years on.
SPL TV schedule. Rangers embarrassed
at Berwick. Violence at Pittodrie
The mad economics of SPL TV
Monday Night Live. STV via
Sky. BBC refuse to broadcast live
February 2002 Berti Vogts
arrives. Ayr United reach a Final after 92 years
Balde's a pussycat. Rangers fans
don't cause trouble. The Old Firm's warped outlook
Sauzee sacked by Hibs after ten
weeks. Bobby Williamson takes over
Joint 2008 Euro bid with Ireland. SNP
idiot says "support E****nd"
March 2002 BBC's disastrous
TV choice. Bias towards Old Firm. Burns rejects Killie
Ayr in the League Cup Final. Giant-killing
in the cups. The competitive nature of the SFL.
Old Firm dominance then and now. The Arteta
saga. Vogts' first squad
Scot Gemmill. SPL split. Ridsdale
April 2002 Roger Mitchell's
catalogue of errors. Jim McLean in the Record. Groundhoppers
Fantasy football - what if the Old Firm
had never existed? Dominik Diamond. SPL - English style
SPL TV dead. Celtic's title. Minute's silences.
On-field Old Firm violence. Songs
for the Nationwide. Book of English World Cup excuses
May 2002 Scotland's tour
of the Far East. Nigeria at Pittodrie
Cup Final aftermath. Redundancies loom.
Atlantic League revived
Airdrie dead, others on life-support. QoS
- a rare success. Worst ever season ends. Alloa players strange
June 2002 Wembley '77 remembered.
Transfer market. Weird World Cup