“I want to reach a final!” – Craig Barr determined to make the most of TNS semi-final opportunity

Dumbarton defender Craig Barr is fully-focused on achieving a life-long ambition of reaching a cup-final – and there is no better time than the present as the 30-year-old prepares to face Welsh club TNS in this evening’s Irn-Bru Cup semi-final. Talking ahead of training on Thursday night, Barr said: “It is definitely a different experience, … More “I want to reach a final!” – Craig Barr determined to make the most of TNS semi-final opportunity

“We aren’t giving up the chase” – Craig Reid insists there are still a lot of twists and turns left this season

Ayr head into tomorrow afternoon’s SPFL Ladbrokes League One match with East Fife knowing it is one of the biggest of the season, with the Honest Men currently sitting 8 points off top spot. Despite this fact, defender Craig Reid believes his side can go on an unbeaten run worthy enough of pipping current leaders … More “We aren’t giving up the chase” – Craig Reid insists there are still a lot of twists and turns left this season

Draper wants to put a marker down by helping TNS reach Irn-Bru Cup Final

The New Saints will host Dumbarton tomorrow evening in the Irn-Bru Cup. This semi-final tie is the first of the weekend, with Inverness vs Crusaders to follow on Sunday. Greg Draper is determined he and his TNS team-mates will ruin the Sons’ journey by guaranteeing a non-Scottish side will participate in the final of this … More Draper wants to put a marker down by helping TNS reach Irn-Bru Cup Final

“It has gone from me needing to man-up to me needing to grow-up” – Andy Ryan

This article was published in the Official Dunfermline Athletic Football Club Match-Day Programme on Saturday 13th January 2018, against Dundee United. Thanks to DAFC for allowing me to post my interview onto my website. Despite making nearly 200 career appearances to date, Andy Ryan has been a frustrated figure throughout most of his seven seasons … More “It has gone from me needing to man-up to me needing to grow-up” – Andy Ryan

“I got told I might not be able to play football again” but Lee Kilday is back on the road to recovery

After 10 months out injured, and two operations later, Morton defender Lee Kilday is finally back training with Jim Duffy’s side as the Ton battle it out for the promotion playoff spots in the SPFL Ladbrokes Championship. All Credit and Copyright sits with Greenock Morton FC and Jonathan Mitchell.

Wilson wonder-goal wins 10-man Killie enthralling encounter

Tuesday night saw one of the best matches of the season in the SPFL Ladbrokes Premiership as in-form Kilmarnock faced a highly-motivated Dundee side at Rugby Park. Steve Clarke’s men were missing influential midfielders Youssuf Mulumbu through injury and Jordan Jones through suspension, while, Dundee were boosted by the debut of England international defender Steven … More Wilson wonder-goal wins 10-man Killie enthralling encounter

Elliot Parish takes full responsibility for Scottish Cup exit as goalkeeper relishes Killie contest

Former Aston Villa shot-stopper Elliot Parish yesterday told the congregated press that he takes full responsibility for Dundee’s Scottish Cup exit by Motherwell on Saturday, however, the 27-year-old cannot wait to get back out onto the pitch to make amends this evening as he and his team-mates travel to face Kilmarnock in the SPFL Ladbrokes … More Elliot Parish takes full responsibility for Scottish Cup exit as goalkeeper relishes Killie contest

Horn forced to bite his tongue after controversial penalty decision costs Berwick

On Saturday afternoon, Berwick lost 1-0 to League Two rivals Clyde through a controversial decision in the dying seconds of added on time. Danny Lennon’s Bully Wee managed to find the elusive opening goal from the penalty spot, with David Goodwillie slipping as he slotted the spot-kick home. The incident can be viewed at around … More Horn forced to bite his tongue after controversial penalty decision costs Berwick

Hopkin angry by sending off as Livingston boss berates “inept” refereeing performance

It was a cold, dour and damp afternoon in West Lothian and unfortunately the football wasn’t much brighter as Livingston and Dunfermline played out a 0-0 draw. Livingston were unchanged which meant that new forward signings Ryan Hardie and Lee Miller started up front while former Par Shaun Byrne began in midfield. Fellow ex-Dunfermline defender … More Hopkin angry by sending off as Livingston boss berates “inept” refereeing performance