We’ve reached the end of my first Lowland League campaign, and thankfully managed to finish on a high. If we can keep a core of this squad together, we’ll look to continue the momentum over to 2018/19 and have a right go at promotion – for now though, what better marker to lay down than gunning for glory in the end-of-season League Cup?
BSC Glasgow are proud to say that in addition to Stephen Swift and his staff agreeing to stay at the club, we have also signed up a number of the first team squad for the 2018/19 season.
BSC Glasgow’s General Manager George Fraser has been elected as Chairman of the Scottish Lowland Football League.
Following discussions between Stephen Swift, his management team of Richie Salveta and Michael Moore, and the board of BSC Glasgow FC, we are delighted to announce that Swifty will be returning to the dugout at The Indodrill Stadium next season.
There is no worse feeling in life than “what might have been”. The making of me as a manager will be how I respond to this – unfortunately, the league crown now seems to be out of our grasp. Up until now the boys have always pulled key results out of the bag when required, but the latest scenario saw us finally fall short.
Following discussions between the board and club manager Stephen Swift, he has informed us that he will leave his post when his contract expires after the SFA South Challenge Cup Final versus Civil Service Strollers.
We’ve reached the turn of the year, and with it the January transfer window is set to open. Since I last posted an update we’ve had the classic rollercoaster of results – thankfully, the boys have delivered their gaffer a Christmas present to keep our chances of league glory alive.
Football clubs are like dysfunctional families – throw a group of players together and tensions naturally emerge. Like families, sometimes getting issues out in the open can be the best therapy…
BSC Glasgow and Italian sportswear manufacturer Legea are delighted to announce a partnership for the new season.
You join me in the early days of the 2017/18 campaign, with our first 5 league games under my belt. Turns out that this managerial lark isn’t as easy as I thought…
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