He's won his first world title. But he wants more.
Euro 2020 kicks off today, and the excitement about seeing Scotland competing could not be contained on the latest episode of Balls & Whistles.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle's appointment of Billy Dodds as head coach is broken down in the latest episode of Balls & Whistles.
ICT can be proud that four first team regulars last season now have national service, while Ross County's new manager has sparked a strong reaction.
With John Robertson moving upstairs with Caley Thistle, they are looking for a new manager – and the sports team discuss who has been linked so far.
With his move to Hibs finally confirmed, Daniel MacKay speaks to Balls & Whistles about the deal and his time at boyhood club Caley Thistle.
Ross County's fate is back in their own hands, while Brora Rangers will need a turnaround in their play-off – all while ICT's season is over.
After weeks of waiting, Brora Rangers now know exactly when and where their pyramid play-off semi final against Kelty Hearts will take place.
Clubs all across the north of Scotland are in play-off mixes, but what are the chances they will all get the outcomes they are aiming for?
Inverness will be hoping to knock a second Premiership side out of the Scottish Cup in-a-row when they travel to St Mirren on Friday night.
Caley Thistle look unstoppable, Ross County are struggling again, tier six, Olympics and Commonwealth Games chat and more on a new Balls & Whistles!