THE International break has come at an appropriate time for many clubs. Thistle have time to ponder Hugh Murray’s role at the club; Raith Rovers can look to get Pat Clarke fit; Mark McGuigan has further time to adapt at Albion Rovers; East Fife can get their act together; and Rangers ought to plan ahead.
DAVID TEMPLETON’S move from Heart of Midlothian to Rangers is perhaps one of the curious transfers of the summer. We look back at the forward’s first season in senior football with Stenhousemuir and in particular, an astonishing debut against East Fife in November 2005.
CHARLIE FLEMING and Ian Gardiner might no longer be household names, but in the fifties they were the catalyst for unprecedented success at East Fife. We investigate just how close they came to becoming champions of Scotland.
IMAGINE a cross between a lion-tamer, a stunt man, and James Bond. Multiply it by two, divide it by the number you first thought of, and you’re still nowhere close enough to comprehending how exciting the Second Division is. This is the guide to the most competitive league in the country.