They did consider dropping to a lower league this season, but decided to soldier on. Not sure that they can play on in a league that they haven't won a game in now for over 2 seasons.
Albion were in the same position as them many years ago they got threatened to be kicked out of Scottish 3rd division if they never improved
That's a level above where Fort William are in the Highland League. Relegation from the Scottish 3rd is now possible thanks to a playoff between the bottom placed team and the winners of the Highland and Lowland Leagues, and indeed East Stirling were relegated from it a few years back at the expense of Edinburgh City.
Great place for a sking trip though. In easy reach of Glencoe. The friendest and best ski centre, in Scotland
Never tried it. Been to Glenshee and the Lecht tho. Fabulous part of the uk and you'd think your in Austria. And a lovely wee dram after a days skiing goes down very well.
Never done the Lecht. Need to try it? If you pick your days, Glencoe is as good as anywhere in Europe and the scenary is stunning Rannoch Moor and Loch Leven. Just missed seeing the Northern lights, last season.
Lossiemouth who finished just above Fort William last season managed a 1-0 home win against Huntly so finishing second from bottom even with the loan players could be a big ask. Brora are a sugar daddy club who regularly buy the league so hard to judge how 'good' or bad the Fort are this season.