IT was a fairly quiet weekend in the lower leagues but there was still enough to discuss. Today, we look at James Keatings’ sublime goal, Queen of the South’s unexpected slump and Greenock Morton’s malaise under Jim Duffy.
JIM JEFFERIES resigned from Dunfermline Athletic following a lean run of form, but he will not be missed at East End Park. After almost three years of mediocrity, Craig G Telfer examines the 64-year-old’s legacy at the club.
THESE are difficult days for everyone connected with Livingston, and things haven’t got any easier after John McGlynn’s sudden departure. But were the club and the manager ever really well suited? Shaughan McGuigan investigates…
MARK ROBERTS’S disappointing two-and-a-half year spell in charge of Ayr United was quietly brought to an end on Monday evening. Alistair Gemmell examines how the popular player made for an underwhelming manager.
IT was another scintillating weekend of lower league action, so here’s another scintillating Five Things We Learned – Queen of the South’s good form, Dumbarton’s winning streak and Stranraer’s title aspirations are all discussed!
ON the 30th anniversary of Stirling Albion’s famous 20-0 victory over Selkirk – still one of the biggest winning margins in British football history – Shaughan McGuigan dips into the archives to remember the historic match.