Ayrshire footballing legend George Wall, who has featured for Largs Thistle, Kilbirnie and Irvine Meadow, provides his take on the footballing scene this week...

What a fantastic result for Largs.
At the start of the season Kilwinning were regarded as favourites to win the league after Talbot pulled out so it was no mean feat.
Scott Adam confidently put away the penalty for the first goal but what a finish by Jack Haggerty for the winner. 
After watching the interview with the Kilwinning manager Chris Strain it reminded me of a quote attributed to Jock Stein 'if you’re good enough the referee doesn’t matter'.
Next up is Rossvale at home, not a easy game but the expectation I have is that Largs can take all three points to continue their good run.
Another fantastic result at the weekend was Alloa beating Hearts in the last 16 of The Betfred Cup with ex Largs player Nicky Jamieson putting in a outstanding performance.
I am really pleased for Nicky who was making his competitive debut against Hearts and was only drafted in at very short notice. It was definitely a shock result, even though Hearts are in the same league. 
Managerless Livingston were impressive as they dismissed Ayr United 4-0.
Obviously I have got to mention Celtic and their defeat against Ross County, just the culmination of recent poor performances. The scenes outside Parkhead on Sunday evening were disgraceful.
In their quest for 10 in a row I feel Celtic have done the same as Rangers did when they were in that position, they just expect to turn up an win. 
In football you can never rest on your laurels and you cannot take anything for granted. You always need to keep improving. That is the nature of football and always will be.
Rangers are doing well again in Europe and Steven Gerrard seems to be getting the best out of his squad and the challenge to Celtic now looks very real. 
Going 2-0 up against Benfica, it looked like Rangers were going to guarantee their place in the next round of the Europa Cup, but Benfica came back in style with two quick fire goals. 
A draw was a fair result between two even teams.
I think things are looking good for Rangers qualifying and they will be looking to get over the finishing line with the home game coming up against Standard Liege. 
I was surprised there were no subs on for Rangers - it is not often you see that in any game.
I see that fans although in limited numbers are being allowed to return to games in England surely Scotland will follow soon.
I personally don’t see why crowds can’t come back to the lower level games, grounds can cope, very rarely do you see full grounds. 
It is great that Scotland qualified for the Euros but next week starts the World Cup journey with the draw for the qualifying group taking place on December 7th. Look out for that . We are in pot number 3. The first of the games take place in March 2021.

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