A DAY later than he would have liked, “Partizan” returns with his thoughts on Tuesday night’s action in the Ramsdens Cup. No one is safe.
IN a brand new regular feature, the owner of the marvellous @SPLStats Craig Anderson provides us with some of the more obscure statistics in the SFL. Still in its infancy, over the season, this column will provide with the essential football league information.
HAVE you ever just had “the feel” for a certain bet? That tingling in your bones? Even the Son of Gamblor pays attention to his intuition – find out more in the latest diary entry.
AFTER the first week of the SFL kicked off on Saturday, the glowering “Partizan” offers us a withering analysis of the first round of matches. Put the children to bed and fetch the whisky from the cellar, your Uncle “Partizan” is in town.
DUNFERMLINE’S forgotten men can still make an impact; Hugh Murray can drive Partick Thistle to the title; have we seen the season’s first “six-pointer”?; Ally Brown needs more time; and Jim McInally deserves more credit for Peterhead’s draw with Rangers.
THE story of Eddie Wolecki-Black’s assent to manager of Glasgow City FC is perhaps one of the most overlooked tales in the SFL. We look at how his career in the football league was undone by horrendous luck and wrong turns.