It was an afternoon to forget for Dunfermline as they succumbed to their second league defeat of the season at East End Park by a rampant Queen of the South. Allan Johnston remained without striker Andy Ryan but top scorer Nicky Clark was fit enough to start against his former side. Queens fielded the same … More Dobbie shines in 5-star Queens performance
On-loan Berwick keeper Robby McCrorie has admitted he is happy to see the progression of his brother Ross within the Rangers first-team this season – but hopes in the future he can join him! “For myself personally, it was in my thoughts to go out on loan last season, but, it didn’t happen. However, seeing … More McCrorie would love to team-up with twin brother in the future
Queen of the South full-back Scott Mercer is hoping to keep his personal record of unbeaten matches going. This season, the Doonhamers have not suffered a defeat in any of their 90 minute or extra time matches that the Fifer has been involved in, with the Dumfries club hoping that record will continue tomorrow against … More Mercer hoping to keep personal unbeaten record going against the Pars
This article was published in the Official Dunfermline Athletic Football Club Match-Day Programme on Saturday, 25th November 2017, versus Dumbarton. Thanks to DAFC for allowing me to publish my article on my website. Please Note: This interview was conducted prior to Aaron breaking his leg. In the summer of 2016, Aaron Splaine was offered the … More “I was just trying to keep fit…but I ended up breaking my foot!” – Aaron Splaine
Speaking to CaleyJagsTV after Inverness’ 0-0 draw away to Queen of the South on Saturday, John Robertson told the Highlanders’ YouTube channel that the SPFL demanded the match in Dumfries went ahead, no matter what time the visitors reached Palmerston Park. All Credit and Copyright with Inverness Caledonian Thistle Football Club and CaleyJagsTV.
With one defeat and five wins from their last 6 matches, Peterhead have shot up the League Two table. Now, the bookies favourites sit on top of the table, leapfrogging opponents Stirling as well as Montrose. The visitors started brightly, with Mason Robertson heading over a fourth minute corner. Peter MacDonald had the Binos first … More Blue Toon back on top
Celtic have reached the Europa League latter stages after scraping through from their Uefa Champions League group on goal difference. Craig Gordon was the first to be called into action, saving excellently from Kums after a Onyekuru corner. The duo linked up seconds later with the Nigerian forward seeing his shot go high and wide. … More Celtic through to Europa League despite Anderlecht defeat
A massive well done to the three Albion Rovers supporters who conducted this charity walk and on surpassing their target of £1,500 as well. Below is an interview promoting Tommy’s Trek, by AUMedia. All Credit and Copyright sits with AUMedia.
Dundee United manager Csaba Laszlo was happy his side regained top spot in the SPFL Ladbrokes Championship but is still expecting more from his side. Speaking to the media post-match, the Hungarian commented: “This isn’ just a [good day] for me but for the fans and players too. It was a good quality game, from … More Laszlo looking for better cutting edge despite win
A brace by Scott Fraser helped Dundee United defeat Dunfermline, as the Arabs climbed to the top of the Scottish Championship. Csaba Laszlo was forced into one change as Paul Quinn came into the back four to replace the suspended Tam Scobbie. Dean Shiels and Fraser Aird were caught in traffic issues and turned up … More Fraser double helps United squeeze past Dunfermline