Former Hibernian and Rotherham manager Alan Stubbs took over at the Paisley 2021 Stadium this week, replacing Jack Ross who joined Sunderland in English League One. The ex-Everton defender said: All Credit and Copyright sits with St Mirren Football Club and SMFCTV. Advertisements
This article was published in the Official Dunfermline Athletic Football Club Match-Day Programme during the 2017/18 season. Thanks to DAFC for allowing me to publish my interview with Lee up on my website. Lee Robinson has been in superb form since he joined the Pars, with the goalkeeper feeling that his career starts now. The … More Lee Robinson hopes to inspire the next generation of Modern Day Goalkeepers
Kevin Cuthbert attended Stark’s Park on Wednesday to pen his new deal with Raith Rovers. He spoke with myself – on behalf of this website and RockSport Radio – as well as Forth One about the 2018/19 SPFL Ladbrokes League One campaign, as the Kirkcaldy club look to gain promotion back into the SPFL Ladbrokes … More Raith First-Team Coach Kevin Cuthbert: “We must try and move on – football evolves and now we must go back to the start”
Scott Thomson played in some big matches for Raith Rovers as he enjoyed a fruitful spell at Stark’s Park just over 20 years ago. Now, his son will take on the mantle of trying to bring success to the Kirkcaldy club, with the 25-year-old signing a 2-year deal with the League One club. Speaking to … More Following in father’s footsteps is “going to be a hard act to follow” admits new Raith signing Robbie Thomson
This interview was published on Saturday 28th April 2018 in the Official Dunfermline Athletic Football Club Match-Day Programme against Dumbarton. Thanks to DAFC for allowing me to publish my article on my website. Nicky Clark is currently the SPFL Ladbrokes Championship’s joint-second top goal-scorer for 2017/18. Tied with Scott McDonald and just one goal behind … More “My best years are still ahead of me” – New Dundee United striker Nicky Clark
Just 13 years ago, Raith Rovers faced financial oblivion with the Kirkcaldy club being in a tough position on and off the park. After a ‘Reclaim the Rovers’ campaign, the Fifers were saved – with John Sim helping out the club he supports financially to keep the Stark’s Park club afloat. Now, however, the League … More Raith owner John Sim admits the Rovers are in a “worse financial state today” than they were in 2005
On-loan Kelty Hearts forward Jordyn Sheerin could easily have remained with the East of Scotland League champions this term but chose to help Cowdenbeath stay in the SPFL. Now, the attacker will go back to the former Junior club and try and help Thomas Courts’ side reach the senior ranks of Scottish Football.
League Two side Cowdenbeath fought back from a 2-1 half-time deficit against Highland League champions Cove Rangers to avoid leaving the SPFL structure. Despite securing the professional status of the Fife club, winning goal-scorer Brad Smith was not celebrating his long-range strike which ultimately secured survival for Gary Bollan’s side.
Saturday was a massive match for the Blue Brazil, with Cowdenbeath staving off the threat of relegation from the SPFL for the second year running, after a 3-2 win over Cove Rangers. Hear what manager Gary Bollan said to the media post-match below:
It was a massive match at Central Park on Saturday as Coe Rangers travelled to Cowdenbeath in the SPFL Ladbrokes League Two Play-Off Final Second-Leg. The first real chance of note came on 5 minutes when Robbie Buchanan burst through from midfield, only to be taken down by Alan Redford inside the area. Youngster Harvey … More “Next year can be a good season for us” – Harvey Swann believes Cowdenbeath will improve with Bollan at the helm