Largs Thistle legend George Wall writes for the 'News'...

It was great to see the Scottish teams doing so well in Europe last week.
It is early days but it was good to see the Old Firm and Hibernian progress.
Hibs have had a very eventful European campaign so far after their 12-5 aggregate in in the first round against the Faroese NSI, and then impressively came back from 2-0 down to win 3-2 against Asteras Tripolis. A draw in the second leg ensured their progress to face Molde on Thursday evening.
Steven Gerrard is very straight talking and doesn't hold back when it comes to being honest. He is a frank guy, and has played at the highest level.
If the players don't come up to the standard that he expects, then he will just tell it as it is, and I think that is precisely what he did after the first round match against Shkupi.

Rangers overcame Osjek in the next round which is a good achievement given how well Croatia did in the World Cup. Maribor await Rangers on Thursday, and I hope they can go through.
I thought Rosenburg would be a difficult match for Celtic and the Norwegians made an early impact scoring the opening goal in the first leg. But the Parkhead side didn't really look back after that, and Brendan Rodgers men came back strongly and now host AEK Athens tomorrow night.
The Champions League is where any aspiring top club wants to be. If Celtic don't get into the group stages, I think they will be really really disappointed.
It is a surprise to me that Celtic haven't really strengthened over the close season.
Celtic supporters say to me they need a centre half and they need a right back, but they haven't done much on the transfer market, so that is a bit of a concern.
Hibs have had a crazy time of it in Europe, with some very high scoring games.
And good on Aberdeen who managed to get a draw against Premiership side Burnley at a packed out Pittodrie. They lost out in the second leg after extra time but could hold their heads high.
The budgets of both clubs may be poles apart, but Aberdeen did well.
The Scottish clubs surprised a lot of people last week, and hopefully they can keep surprising people.
I was very glad to see that France won the World Cup - they were my pre-tournament tips.
Paul Pogba doesn't seem to be a favourite at Manchester United with some sections of the support but was impressive in the World Cup final.
Imagine scoring in a world cup final, but only being able to make it on to the bench for your club side?
He struggled at times last season under the weight of expectation with the big price tag, and you are expected to perform brilliantly every week.
But it doesn't always work out like that. Ronaldo used to get slated when he played outside right at Manchester United, and look what happened there.
I believe Pogba will eventually come good, and I think Manchester United will hold on to him despite rumours of Juventus trying to entice back to Italy to team up with Cristiano!