SFL Division One Preview 7th May 2011


Well, well, well. It’s all over in the First Division… unless Cowdenbeath can sneak 11 past Ross County all is decided and settled after last weekend so what is the point of the last day of the season?

Dunfermline versus Falkirk

With a warning not to invade the pitch from the SFL the Pars fans will turn out in numbers to sing and rejoice no matter what the result tomorrow. Falkirk fans taking the time to go to their biggest rivals and see them reach for the Division they fell from less than twelve months ago – hardly likely. Likely to be less than thrilling but with the release of 18 players the team that Falkirk put out will be very interesting…

Partick Thistle versus Raith Rovers

The Raith fans and players will have to lift themselves up from the disappointment of last week. Jags fans have some players already signed for next year but the management team has not yet been confirmed so the next chapter in the McNamara application form should be academically interesting. Seems ripe for a Thistle win then!

Queen of the South versus Dundee

Kenny Brannigan will hope that after this game he can sit down with an amount of money that is a budget and have a better season next year. Barry Smith will simply be hoping for a date that says Dundee are out of administration and he can … plan for a better season next year. We can hope for a better game than is possible in a game that is at the end of a disappointing season for both clubs. Having said that most of us would rather be a Dundee fan than a Doonhamer this Saturday…

Ross County versus Cowdenbeath

This had all the drama written all over it until County managed to win last week in the dying seconds. Now it will be Cowdenbeath’s opportunity to put a bit of a run together for the play offs … unless they actually get 11 past County.

Strling Albion versus Morton

Allan Moore has already started his clear out and  Jocky Scott has confirmed that he will be at Stirling next year. It all looks settled and whilst Morton will want to end on a high, the Binos will want to go down with a win. We will want to have a game worth watching which has been it and miss with Morton though Stirling Albion’s form has been good. this could well be the only contest worth the entrance fee.


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A lifelong supporter, since seeing Alex Ferguson play for them, of Ayr United he now contributes here, at KickTalk and Ringside Reports for things sporty. He is also a theatrical type and an educationalist. As an Ayr fan he clearly can explain the inexplicable, place fanatical faith in the most fantastic of dreams and deal with dark periods of depression and disappointment. Perfect as a teacher..

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