AFTER a two-year exile, “Partizan” returns from his mountainside retreat to cast a wicked glance over the state of Scottish football. And where better to start than the second round of the Scottish Cup? Hurrah!
ONCE again, we look at Rangers’ travails (oh, Ally!), Livingston’s tactical evolution under John McGlynn, Cowdenbeath’s “must-win game” problems, Michael Moffat’s triumphant return, and Peterhead’s promotion push.
IN the mid-90s, Miller Mathieson formed part of the most successful side on Stenhousmuir’s history. In a reflective mood, the striker discusses playing under Terry Christie, victory over Aberdeen, and getting drunk on akevitt.