They are at it again. They had taken a wee sabbatical and handed the reigns over to Celtic for a few months, but Scotland’s premier car crash football club are back in business. There’s a lot of questions still hanging over David Hopkin’s Morton departure and the overall state of affairs at Cappielow, but here’s … Continue reading What’s going on at Greenock Morton?
John Robertson has been, pound for pound, the best manager in Scottish football over the past few seasons. There, I said it. There might be some arguments for Dick Campbell, or maybe Stewart Petrie, but I'm sticking to John Robertson for my pick. It feels strange to be writing this after they've only picked up … Continue reading John Robertson’s Young Guns
It has been almost seven months since Hearts last played their fateful match against St Mirren, before the SPFL decided to demote the club following the COVID 19 crisis. Since then, a whole host of players have left the club, as new boss Robbie Neilson began to plan for life in the Championship. Having beat … Continue reading New Look Hearts Taking Shape
Everyone loves a talented, up-and-coming youngster to follow. Everyone loves to see players that haven't quite made it on the big stage drop down and show what they're all about in the lower leagues. What about the players who've been there and done that though? What about the veterans? Will anyone show them any love? … Continue reading Five Veterans to Watch in the Scottish Championship
Another Scottish Championship season is nearly upon us and as with every season in the Scottish Championship it is anyone's guess as to how things will go for the most part. Hearts and Raith Rovers, relegated from the Scottish Premiership and winners of League One last season respectively, join the league for the shortened 2020/21 … Continue reading Five To Watch In The Scottish Championship
Lawrence Shankland got all the plaudits last season, with considerable justification given that he scored 28 goals in 33 games in all competitions, but behind the headlines there was a lot to be said for Clark and the notable difference in performance of both Shankland and United as a whole when he was out of the side.
By Matt Greer (@matt24greer) Since the turn of the year, Partick Thistle have struggled with all aspects of football. They are yet to score more than once in a single match and have conceded an average of two goals per game. This is a perfect recipe for relegation, and unless there's a drastic upturn in … Continue reading 4 Things Partick Thistle Need To Do To Survive
I didn't want to believe it, even though we've been top of the league since the first game of the season. There's always been a sense that we would find a way to Dundee United everything up and be doomed to another season in the Championship one way or another. But, now that 24 games have been played and we're 17 points clear of the league in January with the most goals scored, the least goals conceded, a striker who has scored 22 goals in 19 league games, and a goalkeeper that has kept 10 clean sheets in 24 games. Yeah, we're going up.
The press appear to be running out of superlatives for Ian McCall's work at Partick Thistle so far. The Jags have won two of their three league matches since the former Ayr United manager took the reigns at Firhill. You could argue that the most impressive of the lot so far was Saturday's 3-1 win … Continue reading Partick Thistle’s Shea Gordon insists the Jags can compete in the Championship this season