Craig G Telfer

Craig G Telfer

Craig is a keen supporter of Stenhousemuir and still harbours romantic notions towards the club's infamous 2005-06 season. His fictional heroes include Daniel Plainview, John Marston and Pat Mustard.

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Six Thoughts, 10 August 2015

WITH the traditional Five Things We Learned having becoming too unwieldy in recent months, a new, slimline column entitled Six Thoughts examines the key talking points from the weekend’s lower-league action.

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Panic

AFTER one win in his last 15 league matches, Allan Moore’s position at Arbroath was rendered untenable. Craig G Telfer examines their disastrous run of form and attempts to understand why things soured so quickly.

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Unloveable

AFTER 11 months of disappointment and dissatisfaction, Scott Booth was sacked from Stenhousemuir. Craig G Telfer examines a man who overestimated his own ability while underestimating League 1 football.

The Colour of the Moon

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.

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Death of a Disco Dancer

FOLLOWING his side’s 0-4 capitulation to Stenhousemuir on Saturday, Greig McDonald resigned from Stirling Albion. We look back at his tenure with the Binos and examine whether or not his management was a success.