Fredagar Down The Divisions

052 Stevie Wilson on Ardrossan's proposal & misquote claims, Callum Graham on joining Pollok and Matt Maley's fears for Annbank

av Down The Divisions | Publicerades 4/23/2021

FORGET the European Super League. Right now all the chat is about what happens next in the West of Scotland Football League. Last week Ardrossan Winton Rovers put forward a proposal which has sparked a huge debate. In a covid world they reckon conferences based on geography will give the coming campaign a better chance of being completed. On last week’s show fixture secretary Kennie Young told us he’s against the plans – and insisted he’d been misquoted too. Rovers boss Stevie Wilson helped draw up the detailed argument for change – which even takes into account how many miles it would save teams travelling. The proposals can be seen in full at There are still some questions though – and we’re delighted to say Stevie is with us this week to answer them. That’s not all though. In-demand striker Callum Graham left Ashfield for Pollok last week. He tells us just why he decided to head to Newlandsfield ahead of other options. Plus in an action-packed show Matt Maley also joins us to explain why he’s quit Annbank.   We'd like to give a quick mention to our sponsors FortyFour Creative. They have a team of highly skilled and passionate photographers, graphic designers, videographers and video editors to help promote your content, brand, organisation or event. They make creation personal. Find out more at If you have any comments we'd love to hear from you. Likewise if you're at a club who would like your post-match audio featured on the show then do get in touch. You can email or contact us through Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. It’s all here as we go Down The Divisions. Down The Divisions logo design Adam Aitken Intro and outro music Bensound

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ARE you a fan of fitba played below the leagues that have the glitz and glamour? Then you’ve come to the right place. Join the Scottish Sun’s Gareth Law and Newmains United co-manager manager Paul Davies for a weekly look at football lower down the ladder. Hear the latest news, discussion and stories along with managers, players, administrators, fans and more from SPFL League One and Two, the Lowland and Highland Leagues and the West, South and East of Scotland Leagues. There’s a chance for you to get involved too. If you have suggestions for guests, subjects or anything else then contact us through Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or email Please do leave a review too. Down The Divisions artwork by Adam Aitken. Music