IT’S time to put League 1 – probably the most competitive division in the country – under the microscope and prod around as we analyse and examine all ten sides then rank and rate them for your pleasure.
THE first Five Things We Learned of 2015 has plenty to get through. Today, the column looks at the Fife derby, Stenhousemuir’s new nightmare, Ayr United’s continued decline and Simon Murray’s move to the big league.
ON the 30th anniversary of Stirling Albion’s famous 20-0 victory over Selkirk – still one of the biggest winning margins in British football history – Shaughan McGuigan dips into the archives to remember the historic match.
FOLLOWING his side’s 0-4 capitulation to Stenhousemuir on Saturday, Greig McDonald resigned from Stirling Albion. We look back at his tenure with the Binos and examine whether or not his management was a success.
TODAY’S column looks at John Baird’s role at Queen of the South; Alloa Athletic’s poor form; the fight at the top and the bottom of League 2; and Clyde’s poor performances. Plenty to keep you busy for 15 minutes, anyway.
IT’S been a prettay, prettay good start to the League 1 campaign with interest and intrigue all the way from the top to the bottom. Here, all ten sides are ranked and graded after their first quarter exploits.