ANOTHER day, another division. This time, we focus on the third tier – but who is polishing their apple for teacher? And who is taking a brutal blanket party from their peers? Have a look-see and find out.
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.
WHAT did you expect? Queen of the South sit top of the table; Stranraer languish at the bottom. Everything else in between, however, is a giant muddle. We sift through Scotland’s third tier like a vintage school master.
THIS week’s column focuses on Ayr United’s dismal defence; Alloa Atheltic’s midfield; Forfar Athletic’s remarkable start to the season; Peterhead’s ill-discipline; and the Queen’s Park production line has created another outstanding prospect.
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.