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  1. On 15/09/2020 at 12:37, SaintMan said:

    Now that all teams most likely have their squad assembled for next season...

    who would you say is going to be favourites/challenging? Who is going to be a surprise package? And who is most likely to struggle?

    As expected Threave look very strong and will probably be favourites for the league. Saints also look strong given their last two results. Stranraer look to be struggling more than previous seasons and the same can be said for Mids and Abbey Vale. Wigtown appear to be a little surprise package if recent form is anything to go by which is good to see. It’s shaping up to be an exciting season. 

  2. Rab Cameron stepped down as the Nithsdale manager. Since the departure of Sean Mckenzie and the poor quality signings that have been made it’s easy to see why he’s decided to vacate. I think Nithsdale will be lower half of the table next year, sad to see as they had a lot of potential. 

  3. On 10/07/2020 at 19:33, marco44 said:

    Definitely need to sign a striker with Nade and Muir away.

    Goss would be a good fit for Annan. Learning from Peter Murphy would do him the world of good as he needs to mature into the game a bit. There are a few other players in the South League who could potentially make the step up to league two. Dean Smith from Mids could make the jump, Sean McKenzie from Nithsdale, Craig Murray and Jake Gemmell both formally of Annan and Lewis Todd and Hugh Cameron from Threave to name a few.

  4. 9 hours ago, evh78 said:

    Wouldn’t be a surprise to see him at Annan. Similar type of player to Tommy Muir that they lost to Stenhousemuir.

    Tommy muir’s a better player and athlete. I don’t think they’re comparable but Annan would probably be a more realistic move for him.

  5. On 27/07/2020 at 15:59, Northfield 53 said:

    Tommy Goss signing for Queens .Will he be good enough to make the step up  huge jump from South football to the Championship .


    I think we'll see him back in the south next season. Very good player but in my opinion he's not good enough to make an impact at championship level. 

  6. All south teams set to miss out on the opportunity to play in next seasons Scottish cup due to the revamp proposed by the SFA but would receive a five thousand pound payment. Will Threave, Saints, Newton Stewart and Wigtown be happy with this or will it be highly disputed?

  7. 13 hours ago, SaintMan said:

    Going by Stranraer Facebook they have signed a lot of good players and used that rangers money so must be going for it to get straight back up. Doubt they will use any of reserve boys unless struggling maybe... Lewis Mccintyre will be a miss 

    With only 16 signed players there’s a very real possibility of some of the reserves going up as we seen last season. 

  8. 23 minutes ago, CherryKitKat said:

    Confirmed earlier. Goalkeeper merry-go-round in the south it would seem
    Dodo to Dalbeattie. Wright to Threave. Gemmell to Saints. McCulloch to Nithsdale. 

    Dode to Dalbeattie is a sensible signing. Any idea why Gemmell left Threave for Saints? Money? or a disliking of the new management team? McCulloch to Nithsdale is a surprise.

  9. 43 minutes ago, gingerbreadman said:

    In fairness both of them are top quality. Jake probably has the potential to be better but Wright has proved to be top quality for a long period of time.  Not much between them. What Jake offers in potential and ability . Wright probably matches up in terms of experience and attitude.  Not miles between them. Not a chance and if Jake matches Wrights career he will be doing well 

    Wasn’t Gemmell a first team player at Annan a few years ago?

  10. 16 hours ago, Eck’s played a blinder said:

    They’re good players undoubtedly and would take a fair bit of replacing at Meadow Park. Threave certainly have a pull mind you as we’ve seen throughout the years   

    Threave rovers have signed Graham Wright today. Looks like Jake Gemmell’s replacement so the Saints move must be correct. Given what I’ve seen of the two, Gemmell is the superior goalkeeper with more potential but only time will tell. 

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