AFTER Rangers’ were knocked out of the Ramsdens Cup by Queen of the South, attention has inevitably focused on the future of Ally McCoist. Had the manager been a little more focused with his signing policy, the club might not be in their current predicament…
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.
WHAT are the origins of the current problems in Scottish domestic football? This in-depth feature debunks the myth that “a few nonentities from the lower divisions” are to blame for holding back the progression of the national game.
THIS week’s round-up ponders: whether or not Billy Reid is regretting staying at Hamilton; if Allan Moore will soon be losing his job; just how important David McGurn is to his team; Arbroath’s endurance; and Ally McCoist’s tactical ability.
IF you read a London broadsheet known for its liberal and left-leaning stance, then you might be familiar with this concept. We looked at the five key moments from the first round of the Ramsdens Cup: should Rangers expect more, like Dickens’s Oliver? Are Partick Thistle like the T-1000? And have Annan gone all tiki-taka?
WITH Rangers’ demotion into the lowest tier of Scottish football, the Third Division has suddenly become the focus of unprecendented attention: will the Ibrox club stroll through the league? Can Queen’s Park turn slick passing into sustained success? And just who will finish bottom?