Dunfermline Athletic have announced the loan signings of Hearts youngsters Harry Cochrane and Anthony McDonald. The 18-year-old duo join Stevie Crawford's Pars on a season long loan deal with the Jambos able to recall one or both players in January and the Pars able to cancel one or both loans in January too. These latest … Continue reading Where Can Harry Cochrane & Anthony McDonald Fit In At Dunfermline?
Having signed an 18 month deal in January, Livingston’s Gregg Wylde has been told that his stay in West Lothian can come to an end. Less than a year after signing, the former Rangers youth academy graduate may be embarking on the eleventh club of his career. Ayr United look to be an excellent potential … Continue reading Why Ayr United are the perfect fit for Livingston outcast Gregg Wylde
Another round of SPFL Championship football has now been and gone and just one team still has a 100% record in Dundee United. Every team in the league has at least a single point to their name with Alloa Athletic currently propping up the rest of table. Here is some things we learned about the … Continue reading Things We Learned About The Championship This Weekend: Round 2
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The first round of fixtures in the Scottish Championship has now come and gone and there are plenty of talking points. Dunfermline Athletic and Dundee opened the 2019/20 Championship campaign with a 2-2 draw at East End Park on Friday night whilst the other eight teams started their respective seasons on Saturday. 17 goals were … Continue reading Things we learned about the Championship this weekend: Round 1
The Scottish Championship is set to kick-off on Friday night with Dunfermline Athletic playing host to Dundee at East End Park. Ahead of the league campaign beginning, Cammy Anderson will provide a brief overview of each of the 10 teams, name who he believes is each sides best signing and gives his prediction as to … Continue reading Championship 2019/20 Season Preview
This summer has been one of change at Cappielow. A new manager, new playing squad, new coaching team, new Chief Executive and even new dugouts. The club feels long removed from the dramatic events on the final day of last season and there’s some cautious optimism that Morton are finally putting the right building blocks … Continue reading Greenock Morton; Hoppi-Ball