VETERAN striker Sean Higgins take his turn on the Pelé Podcast. In the first of three parts, the forward looks back at his first steps in the game and before examining his seven years at Ross County.
THE second part of Colin McMenamin’s epic podcast sees the striker look back over the latter half of his career, from playing his part in the greatest side in Ross County’s history to joining Scott Booth’s Stenhousemuir.
STUART KETTLEWELL captained Queen’s Park during one of the brightest periods in their modern history. The midfielder reflects on working with Billy Stark and the famous 2006-07 season.
DESPITE facing a series of severe financial cutbacks, Gus MacPherson was widely expected to consolidate Queen of the South’s First Division status and “steady the ship”. Analyising MacPherson’s tactical approach over five matches, we look at how the former St Mirren boss was undone by shiftless defending.
“MANAGING over in Hungary gave me an insight into management and everything was quite extreme in Eastern Europe. You could say it has prepared me for Dingwall!” claimed Willie McStay when he took charge of County. We examine his disastrous nine-game spell in charge of the club.
THE proof is in the pudding, and the pudding in this case is a football. BOOF! Eat my goal! The goalie has got football pie all over his shirt. As you would expect from the title, we take a look at the finest goals scored in the First Division last season.