THE First Division is as competitive as it is unequal – there are around five teams with aspirations of securing the championship, while, once again, the three part-time teams are likely to struggle. Our preview of the forthcoming season makes sense of the country’s most complex league.
DO you know your .5 from your ante post? If you thought the former was a calibre of rifle and the latter a birthday card from a relative, then you should find this latest entry from the Son of Gamblor enlightening.
LIVINGSTON are beginning to look the part; Lyle Taylor can banish any lingering memories of Farid El-Alagui; Cowdenbeath need more energy in midfield; John Gemmell can be Stenhousemuir’s nuclear weapon; and East Stirlingshire’s young side must harden in time for the new season.
MORE brilliant, bilious savagery from the pen of the prickly “Partizan”. This week, the writer casts his eyes over the first round of the Scottish Communities League Cup.
TEN years ago to the day, Gretna made their SFL debut with a 1-1 draw against Greenock Morton. It took them just 19 seconds to make an impact on the Third Division, ushering in one of the most unbelievable stories in Scottish football.
NEW fangled technology! Clyde! Partick Thistle! The Son of Gamblor talks us through the meaning of betting value and what a computer program can do to improve our gambling libido.