THERE'S no truth in the rumour Greg's planning to flit to Belarus – and launch a new supporters club.
It will be called “Smolevichi Bad Boys” in honour of a side who love a card. His top tip from the weekend was Smolevichi to receive more bookings than BATE and the price started at 4-5.
That of course was knocked in as we all got on. Smolevichi were better behaved than usual but still won the card count 4-3 as they went down 5-3 at home in a thriller.
As was pointed out by kf in the comments section the BATE coach was booked but these don't count towards betting totals. Thankfully.
So that's another win for Greg and he almost loves Smolevichi as much as St Johnstone. If Scottish football doesn't return with fans this year – as is predicted – maybe we should organise a weekend in Minsk – once we're able to travel safely – and Greg knows all about how to get there having travelled with the Saints.
Well done to all the winners on Sunday and over the weekend – I'm sure Greg will be sticking with Belarus at the weekend but if games go ahead my focus will be on the Bundesliga.
Second-tier side Dynamo Dresden cast doubts on the process on Sunday when they quarantined their whole squad after two players tested positive and therefore ruled out their match with Hannover.
There was also reports of increased infections after lockdown restrictions were eased but hopefully the plans put in place by Bundesliga will be ruled safe and football is able to restart on Saturday.
On Monday there's a Belarus second-tier match and women's game listed – so it's time to start swatting up on the Bundesliga.