We’re back with another episode of Glory Days of Gold, the East Fife and Scottish football podcast recorded across two continents!
A winning run and East Fife have not been happy bedfellows this season. Every time you hope the team may have turned a corner, you find out they’re still in a square. But are they starting to finally show signs of life and a turnaround in fortunes could be on the cards?
Michael, Lee, and Doug are back to chat about the win over Elgin and the loss to Stenhousemuir. Are we only going to be able to beat teams around or below us and if so, how tough will it be to get fans through the turnstiles next year for a lower third side with little to really play for? Sitting 10 points off the playoffs with 21 games remaining, there’s still a lot of time to turn that around, but can Greig McDonald do that and what help will he need in the January transfer window to make that happen?
We chat about all of that and say a sad farewell to a couple of East Fife stalwarts who passed away since the last episode. Plus we look at Scotland’s draw for next year’s Euros in Germany.
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