IN an unusual move, we do not focus on a Queen’s Park player, but instead Ross Dunbar draws attention to Alloa Athletic’s unsung midfielder Ryan McCord.
STEVEN PRESSLEY has become a “Negative Nigel”; different manager, same shit for Dumbarton; Paul Hartley’s loan signings have caught the eye at Alloa; Rangers’ win at Clyde is their biggest result of the season; and David Hopkirk deserves a second chance at Queen of the South.
WHILE the battle between Partick Thistle and Dunfermline for the championship is likely to the most exciting in the country, Scotland’s second tier is beginning to fall into the patterns widely predicted at the beginning of the season.
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WHAT did you expect? Queen of the South sit top of the table; Stranraer languish at the bottom. Everything else in between, however, is a giant muddle. We sift through Scotland’s third tier like a vintage school master.
DO you remember Ace of Base? The criminally underrated Scandanavian cod-reggae band from the early-nineties? Craig Anderson certainly does – all this and more with this week’s Stat Attack! column.