I conducted this interview with Shaun Byrne on Wednesday morning ahead of today’s Dunfermline Athletic versus Livingston match in the SPFL Ladbrokes Championship. Advertisements
Dunfermline left-back Jason Talbot is looking forward to the opportunity of facing his former club for the first time since leaving Livingston three seasons ago. The full-back was on the bench for the opening game of the season after recovering from injury and told jordanburtfootball.com ahead of tomorrow’s match: “I was really frustrated as I … More Talbot relishing the chance to face former side
This interview was produced prior to Cove Rangers’ Irn-Bru Cup Tie against Crusaders with former Aberdeen, Alloa, Dumbarton and Raith player, Mitch Megginson.
Hear the thoughts of Dougie Anderson as he analyses the opening quarter of the SPFL Ladbrokes Championship season for Queen of the South.
Prior to Linfield’s Irn-Bru Cup match with Dundee United at Tannadice, I got to know their goalkeeper for that evening, Gareth Deane – a 23-year-old who has been in the shadows of Northern Ireland International Roy Carroll recently and was given his chance to shine with the 40-year-old away on international duty. This is what … More A Chat With Gareth Deane: Roy Carroll’s Linfield Understudy
Queen of the South boss Gary Naysmith was disappointed not to come away with 3 points from Saturday’s SPFL Ladbrokes Championship encounter with Dunfermline Athletic, but he says he couldn’t have asked any more of his players in the final match of the opening quarter in the league this term. Speaking to the press after … More Naysmith couldn’t ask more of his Doonhamers in Dumfries
It was a frustrating afternoon in Dumfries as Queen of the South and Dunfermline played out a goalless draw. Gary Naysmith’s men had only lost 3 matched in all competitions this term while the Pars were hoping to avoid a third successive defeat. Derek Lyle returned to the 18-man squad after missing out last weekend against … More Frustrating afternoon in Dumfries after goalless draw
Hear what Queen of the South Assistant Manager Dougie Anderson had to say this week ahead of the Doonhamers match at home to Dunfermline Athletic this afternoon.
Queen of the South defender Callum Fordyce has praised the mental strength of his friend, and former team-mate, Ryan Williamson after the full-back made his international debut last week for Scotland Under-21’s. The former Livingston defender, who suffered a serious injury while at East End Park and endured a rigorous rehabilitation programme at the same … More Fordyce praises Williamson’s mental strength after Scotland U21s debut
Jason Talbot found my question a little bit funny this afternoon as I interviewed him for next weekend’s Dunfermline Athletic Football Club match day programme against Livingston.