WITH the League 2 season having reached the halfway point, we look back at the campaign so far and run the rule over teach of the ten competitors. We’ve all been here before – you know how it goes.
TODAY, we consider the recent Fife derby, Kenny Shiels’s first match with Greenock Morton, Stenhousemuir’s poor form, the rise of Iain Thomson and Berwick Rangers and the #DL express
AFTER another pulsating weekend of lower league action, we look at Queen of the South, Ayr United and Stenhousemuir, Stranraer, Clyde, and the bottom of League 2. Strap your hands ‘cross my engines.
LEAGUE 2 is shaping up to be a thrilling proposition, with five points separating first from ninth. We cast a glance over the season so far and, in our school masterly style, rate the teams between A and F. You know the drill.
THIS season’s bottom tier could turn out to be one of the most competitive yet, with a clutch of middling clubs having the potential to outperform the rest. Read on to find out how we think each team will fare…
DES McKEOWN’S Stenhousemuir side of 2005-06 were the club’s most exciting team of the past ten years, but a season that should have promised glory ended in recrimination instead. We look back at his two-and-a-half years at Ochilview.