IS the First Division the best league in Britain? Are Alex Neil and Colin Cameron too old to be playing? Does Armand Oné have any redeeming features? Can Rangers do deal with nippy players? And can Dennis Wyness still keep it up? Find out in this week’s entry…
THE last of this series of New Year report cards, who is the teacher’s pet and who will be left outside the classroom door to think about what they have done? For pure alliterative effect, let’s put it this way: the Diamonds are dunces.
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.
OFTEN imitated but rarely bettered, Five Things We Learned returns. Are Partick Thistle looking like real title contenders? Why are Falkirk playing so poorly? Is the First Division relegation battle the most exciting in Eurpoean football? All this and more inside!
WHILE the battle between Partick Thistle and Dunfermline for the championship is likely to the most exciting in the country, Scotland’s second tier is beginning to fall into the patterns widely predicted at the beginning of the season.
AFTER Dumbarton parted company with manager Alan Adamson earlier the week following a dismal run of results, it begged the question – why is the gap between the Second Division and First Division so difficult for teams to overcome?