IN the second installment of our report cards marking the half-way point of the season, we mull over which League 1 teams will be competing for the dux and which ones are sitting on the naughty step.
TODAY, we consider the fate of Dumbarton, Ayr United’s inability to hold onto leads, East Fife’s resurgence, Scott Ferguson’s improvement at Clyde, and East Stirlingshire’s slide down the League 2 table.
THE differing concerns of Hamilton Academical and Raith Rovers; Dumbarton turn defence into attack; what now for Greenock Morton?; the new Fife derby; and Jimmy Boyle, we hardly knew ye – all inside today!
THE division might belong to Rangers, but the real interest lies beneath. We look at each of the ten League 1 teams and grade them between A and F. How did your boys get on? Have a look and see…
THE Championship is beginning to heat up and we look at the title favourites; how Alloa Athletic have evolved under Paul Hartley; Brechin City’s travails; the East Fife “revolution”; and if Elgin City should drop David Niven.
LEAGUE 1 could be fascinating this year. Money, goals, shambolic defending, executive implosions, Scotland’s third tier could have it all. Read on to view our thoughts on each team’s chances for the league season ahead.