IS the First Division the best league in Britain? Are Alex Neil and Colin Cameron too old to be playing? Does Armand Oné have any redeeming features? Can Rangers do deal with nippy players? And can Dennis Wyness still keep it up? Find out in this week’s entry…
ANOTHER day, another division. This time, we focus on the third tier – but who is polishing their apple for teacher? And who is taking a brutal blanket party from their peers? Have a look-see and find out.
WHAT did you learn from the weekend’s matches? We learned that Dunfermline’s away form will keep them in the hunt; that Billy Reid is getting his act together; and that Michael Moore is a target for Ayr fans – all this and more inside!
WHAT did you expect? Queen of the South sit top of the table; Stranraer languish at the bottom. Everything else in between, however, is a giant muddle. We sift through Scotland’s third tier like a vintage school master.
GRANT MURRAY has some way to go to knock Jim Jeffries off his perch; Steven Craig can flourish at Partick Thistle; Stranraer can turn Stair Park into a fortress; Stirling Albion must strengthen their resolve after conceding; and the good times may finally be coming back to Clyde.
IMAGINE a cross between a lion-tamer, a stunt man, and James Bond. Multiply it by two, divide it by the number you first thought of, and you’re still nowhere close enough to comprehending how exciting the Second Division is. This is the guide to the most competitive league in the country.