THE weather dominated the weekend, with missed opportunities for Dunfermline and Morton amid a number of call-offs at grounds, including those with artificial surfaces. Arbroath’s draw with Stenny did neither team any favours, while Elgin initially struggled with a 3-5-2. There’s yer dinner.
USING youngsters is a necessity for Falkirk and Hamilton; the First Division is not as competitive as last year; Alloa have a good chance at promotion; Brechin are doing very well under Ray McKinnon; and drums are more often than not a irritant.
WHAT did you expect? Queen of the South sit top of the table; Stranraer languish at the bottom. Everything else in between, however, is a giant muddle. We sift through Scotland’s third tier like a vintage school master.
GIVEN the paucity of SFL action from over the weekend, we focus on the three matches from the Ramsdens Cup quarter-final. Some hugley interesting talking points await…
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.
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?