AFTER a week off, the Five Things We Learned is back and better than ever. Today, we take look at Rangers’ gloom, Queen of the Souths strength in depth, Ayr United’s survival prospects amongst other things.
OUR final report card sees us focus on the Championship. The division was expected to be the most competitive in the country but has been dominated by one side – needless to say, they’ve been awarded a coveted A+…
FOLLOWING last week’s Scottish Cup adventures, Five Things We Learned returns to look at the talking points from the weekend’s games. Rangers’ recent form and Livingston’s woes both feature.
TODAY’S column looks at John Baird’s role at Queen of the South; Alloa Athletic’s poor form; the fight at the top and the bottom of League 2; and Clyde’s poor performances. Plenty to keep you busy for 15 minutes, anyway.
IN the last of the week’s report cards, we turn our attention to the Championship. Heart of Midlothian inevitably top the class, but what about the other nine teams? Click on to read how the first quarter has progressed.
LEAGUE 2 might have been caught up with the Scottish Cup but there was still plenty of football on show elsewhere. Today’s column looks at the departure of Peterhead’s longstanding Graeme Sharp, amongst other things.