Well let's see. Last season was fairly tight almost all the way up to the split. Aberdeen look to have strengthened compared to last season whilst Celtic appear to have done the opposite.Yeah Celtic were 5th in November IIRC last year and look how that panned out.
Well let's see. Last season was fairly tight almost all the way up to the split. Aberdeen look to have strengthened compared to last season whilst Celtic appear to have done the opposite.
Also, the position in November was heavily affected by games in hand. Aberdeen have a game in hand right now.
I still regard Celtic as the more likely to win the league, but they're vulnerable right now and it's a pleasant change to be on top
I assume you meant to say suspectWould be great to see someone, anyone, win the Scottish league apart from the usual suspects, not sure what Scottish football needs to totally reinvigorate itself but a non old firm win could be the start.
Sevco can't return anywhere, they've never been in the premier league, they're only a little over 3 years old.I assume you meant to say suspect
I welcome the Aberdeen challenge, makes it interesting since Europe will take it's toll on Celtic as last year proved.
Ultimately it will end up back at Celtic Park and even when Sevco return they will be in no shape to offer any sort of challenge.
Yeah, you missed that their results are inflated by £1.3 million of one-off revenue from the Commonwealth Games.So to summarise on today's headlines
1. Rangers lost the Big Tax Case and are officially cheating so & so's
2. Sevco released their annual accounts which says they need £2.5m to see out the season and they need it within three weeks.
3. They posted an annual loss of £7m which actually would have been £16m if it hadn't been for their various loans last season.
4. Mike Ashley suckered Dave King into a meeting only for King to be served with a writ for Contempt of Court when he arrived from South Africa and it looks like he's heading to Bar L for his Chriistmas porridge
Have I missed anything out?