MORE puns based around the word “stat”; more pictures of someone from Gladiators. As the SFL enters its fourth week, a clear picture about the runners and riders is beginning to emerge.
AFTER a week off, Gamblor’s favourite son is back with some gambling tales from the weekend. A cheeky 5/1 win on Clyde was worth the homework.
WHAT are the origins of the current problems in Scottish domestic football? This in-depth feature debunks the myth that “a few nonentities from the lower divisions” are to blame for holding back the progression of the national game.
THAT girning old buzzard “Partizan” returns with his weekly dose of vitriolic reflection. In today’s column, he once again considers Andy Jackson’s pockmarked face.
OVER the last two seasons, Falkirk FC’s lauded youth academy has produced some of the finest talent in the SFL. Ross Dunbar takes a look at the men responsible for putting in place a model envied by other Scottish clubs.
THIS week’s round-up ponders: whether or not Billy Reid is regretting staying at Hamilton; if Allan Moore will soon be losing his job; just how important David McGurn is to his team; Arbroath’s endurance; and Ally McCoist’s tactical ability.