Alloa’s pre-season has been cast with a shadow of doubt up until last weeks movement from Alloa and St Mirren. The highly rated Irishman, Jim Goodwin, returned home to St Mirren on a three year deal, meaning Alloa were once again on the lookout for a new boss after losing out to the Paisley side. … Continue reading A new era dawns at Alloa with the arrival of Peter Grant
Perhaps I’m biased, but for my money there isn’t a better professional football league in the world than the Scottish Championship. This season especially has had more twists, turns and backstabbing than a typical series of Line of Duty and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. Falkirk FC are of course the undisputed World Heavyweight Champion of patter this season, of that there is no doubt, but every Rock needs their Austin. Step forward, Greenock Morton.
The dust has begun to settle on what can only be described as a remarkable season for Alloa Athletic. The Championship table had twists and turns and it wasn’t till the final kick on the final day that our fate was sealed with a point at Somerset enough to maintain our second-tier status. There are … Continue reading Alloa Athletic Season Review: Jim Goodwin’s part-timers secure Championship status
Well then... that was a lot, wasn't it? In the article I wrote back in December, I predicted that we would sign maybe 3 players. I was very wrong, we signed almost quadruple that, with 11 players coming in, so my campaign to be considered the next Nostradamus will have to wait a wee bit. … Continue reading Dundee United’s Revolving Door of a transfer Window
In recent years, Scottish Football has made small steps towards ridding itself of the “jobs for the boys” tag which has hung about it for so long. Young, ambitious coaches are being given more opportunities than before, with the usual merry-go-round of chancers finding it increasingly difficult to obtain jobs they would’ve walked into before … Continue reading Jonatan Johansson at Morton – Where has it all gone wrong?
By Matt Greer It's been a tough time for Partick Thistle. Ever since a historic top six Premiership finish in April 2017, the club has struggled for form and finds itself bottom of the Championship. Since top six was secured, Thistle have averaged just 0.74 points per game; for context, Brechin (who went an entire … Continue reading Partick Thistle’s Identity Crisis