IT’S time to put League 1 – probably the most competitive division in the country – under the microscope and prod around as we analyse and examine all ten sides then rank and rate them for your pleasure.
JIM JEFFERIES resigned from Dunfermline Athletic following a lean run of form, but he will not be missed at East End Park. After almost three years of mediocrity, Craig G Telfer examines the 64-year-old’s legacy at the club.
IT was another scintillating weekend of lower league action, so here’s another scintillating Five Things We Learned – Queen of the South’s good form, Dumbarton’s winning streak and Stranraer’s title aspirations are all discussed!
AS usual, the Five Things We Learned column picks apart the weekend’s talking points. Today we examine a faltering Heart of Midlothian, Cowdenbeath’s injury problems and Jim Jefferies’ latest woe.
TODAY’S column sees us examine: the Edinburgh derby; Raith Rovers’ dismal display; Craig Sibbald’s form at Falkirk; Jim Jefferies under pressure at Dunfermline Athletic; and Nicky Riley slumming it at Peterhead.
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.