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
TODAY’S column is a “Rangers special”, with every entry in some way relating to the Ibrox club. After all, their fans sing that they’re the “only show in town”, and who are we to argue? Fill yer boots, lad.
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.
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.
TODAY’S Five Things We Learned looks at Raith Rovers’ season so far, Cowdenbeath’s inability to deal with set-pieces, Stenhousemuir’s appalling defending, Dunfermline Athletic’s play-off credentials, and Shane Sutherland.