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.
MICHAEL RENWICK’S six-month spell in charge of Berwick Rangers was an unmitigated disaster with the club breaking a host of unwanted records. However, their dire season was not solely his fault…
IF you read a London broadsheet known for its liberal and left-leaning stance, then you might be familiar with this concept. We looked at the five key moments from the first round of the Ramsdens Cup: should Rangers expect more, like Dickens’s Oliver? Are Partick Thistle like the T-1000? And have Annan gone all tiki-taka?
THIS comprehensive round-up of the weekend’s Ramsdens Cup action comes from the skewed pen of “Partizan”, a mysterious and charasmatic young writer. Imagine a cross between David Foster Wallace and Colonel Kurtz, with the looks of Harry from One Direction.