Byline: BRIAN SCOTT
APATHY has emerged here and there as the enemy of Scottish football.
But who amongst us actually cares a hoot about apathy?
Pubs in Glasgow's west end have tended to be filled of a Saturday afternoon with people professing to support Partick Thistle.
Only when the Firhill directors declared this season that the club was skint did they begin to swither between sinking their next pint and going to the gemme.
The same feeling of indifference, apparently, enveloped those who would follow Falkirk all the way to the Scottish Cup Final, as they did last May, yet not be bothered turning out at Brockville.
They had to learn that their club also was in danger of disappearing into oblivion before the panic induced 5,000 …