Ross Dunbar dips into the weekend’s most glamourous fixture – East Stirlingshire’s match with Berwick Rangers – to take a look at the performance of the Borderers on-loan midfielder Ross Gray. What are the Livingston winger’s prospects? Have a read inside and find out…
WHILE the battle between Partick Thistle and Dunfermline for the championship is likely to the most exciting in the country, Scotland’s second tier is beginning to fall into the patterns widely predicted at the beginning of the season.
A BRAND new feature to the site gives us an analysis of goals from across the divisions from the past weekend. This week looks at goals for Airdrie, Partick Thistle and an unfortunate miss for Queen’s Park.
THE First Division is as competitive as it is unequal – there are around five teams with aspirations of securing the championship, while, once again, the three part-time teams are likely to struggle. Our preview of the forthcoming season makes sense of the country’s most complex league.
LIVINGSTON are beginning to look the part; Lyle Taylor can banish any lingering memories of Farid El-Alagui; Cowdenbeath need more energy in midfield; John Gemmell can be Stenhousemuir’s nuclear weapon; and East Stirlingshire’s young side must harden in time for the new season.
WHILE teams prepare for the new season, we take a look back at those best players from last year’s campaign, as they would fit in to a cohesive team. Inevitably, six players from Ross County make the XI – but who will make up the rest of the First Division team of the year?