Former national boss Craig Brown today backed Aberdeen’s Graeme Shinnie and Scott McKenna to have successful Scotland careers.
Members of the public are being given the chance to dine with two football club legends in aid of charity.
Miller, Brown and supporters united on Hampden – Telling SFA it was right choice and how they think it can be improved
Aberdeen's Scotland supporters’ group and national team legends Willie Miller and Craig Brown have welcomed the Scottish FA’s decision to stick with Hampden Park – but want wide-ranging changes.
Former national boss Craig Brown is confident Russia 2018 will be the last time Scotland miss out on the World Cup finals.
Twenty years ago Scotland were at the epicentre of global football as they kicked off the World Cup in front of an audience of two billion.
A former Scotland and Aberdeen manager is backing calls for a 3G pitch at a north-east school.
Two Scottish football legends reunited to reminisce about the glory days in aid of a North-east charity.
A football-mad youngster got the chance to meet an author whose books about the beautiful game have inspired him to read.
The Scottish FA have informed the Northern Irish FA they are ready to pay the £500,000 compensation required to secure Michael O’Neill as Gordon Strachan’s successor.
Former Dons boss Craig Brown brought "wee eliminator" Jonny Hayes to Pittodrie in summer 2012 and is not surprised at the impact he has had.
With a sixth title in the bag already, Celtic are being tipped to make it 10-in-a-row under manager Brendan Rodgers.
Former Scotland and Dons boss Craig Brown was on hand as North-east youngsters got up close to the Scottish Premiership Trophy.
Former national boss Craig Brown today backed Scotland to shock England in June to revitalise the World Cup bid.
The knives are out for Scotland manager Gordon Strachan in the wake of their 3-0 World Cup qualifying defeat in Slovakia.