Welcome to Episode 52 of Glory Days of Gold, the East Fife and Scottish football podcast.
East Fife are still looking for their first win of the season after a 3-1 loss at Alloa Athletic on Saturday, but they can take a lot of positives from the performance and there's definitely stuff to build on for the long season ahead.
Lee and Gordon are joined by James Smailes this week to chat about all the highlights and lowpoints from the match, the high ticket price to not only attend but to watch the stream online, and what the team can take out of the match going forward.
We also look back at a busy week of news down Bayview way as Tony McMinn moves on for work reasons and is replaced by the experienced Stephen Frail as assistant manager, and the club add forwards Kyle Connell and Jamie Semple to their squad.
We also take a look around some of the funnier aspects of football from the past week, chat about Scottish clubs overspending and the disaster that is surely waiting to happen, and we're joined by Liam Thomson to talk about his new Ultimate East Fife FC Quiz book.