AFTER Dumbarton parted company with manager Alan Adamson earlier the week following a dismal run of results, it begged the question – why is the gap between the Second Division and First Division so difficult for teams to overcome?
WITH the first round of matches between the sides in the Third Division almost complete, we take at how each of the teams have performed so far. Imagine this article in the style of a school boy’s report card; expect plenty of “see me after class”-style comments.
GAMBLOR’S prodigal son reflects on his hectic past week watching live matches and punting on the information learned. Make sure you have a pen and paper to hand, you might just need it.
CONTINUING Tell Him He’s Pelé’s disgusting pro-Queen’s Park bias, Ross Dunbar takes a look at robust defender Ricky Little’s performance during his side’s defeat to Rangers on Saturday.
DUNFERMLINE are riding on Thistle’s coat-tails; Thistle themselves have a recently-found mental toughness; Brechin’s re-boot seems to have worked; Rangers need width; and Elgin have fluffed their lines.
OUR partners at McBookie look to be luckier than Craig Levein with this week’s treble. How could have imagined that Stranraer would have better odds to win Division Two than Scotland have to qualify for the 2014 World Cup?