Includes images by Homes of Football photographer Stuart Clarke
This is the first book to take account of the current state of Scottish football since the demise of Glasgow Rangers FC.
Author Paul Goodwin convened a panel of Scottish Football experts to take stock of the game as it stands and to come up with proposals for its future. There are contributions from highly leading coaches such as Alex Smith, Jocky Scott, Davie Hay and Jimmy Calderwood as well as respected pundits Sandy Clark and Des McKeown.
Goodwin and his panel of experts look in detail at issues such as the role of fans in running football clubs, a winter break, a complete restructuring of the system to make football a summer sport, community schemes, the draft system of clubs choosing players, club partnerships, financial controls, ground sharing and other initiatives to form a strategy to save Scottish football.
Saving Scottish Football: What We Need to do Next challenges the way football is currently being operated in Scotland. The book confronts some of the biggest issues in the sport and with the help of a panel of experts delivers solutions to how football in Scotland can be improved.
The book is a not-for-profit project and all money raised will go towards Prostate Cancer Research.
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