All Caretaker Manager, and former Assistant, Laurie Ellis has refuted claims by former players that Hungarian manager Csaba Laszlo – who left following last weekend’s 5-1 defeat to Ross County – had angry players who were “bamboozled” by his tactics and training regimes, as the former Raith Rovers player prepares to take charge of the … More Caretaker Manager Laurie Ellis refutes claims of disharmony under former boss Csaba Lazslo
Goalkeeper Robbie Thomson insists that Raith’s season will not be defined by any one match and that Saturday’s encounter between the top two sides in the SPFL Ladbrokes League One shouldn’t be treated any differently. Speaking to jordanburtfootball.com, the ex-Falkirk shot-stopper commented:
It is the penultimate match of the first quarter for Raith Rovers and Arbroath this weekend as the top two clash at Stark’s Park. The Kirkcaldy club’s fans will welcome back manager John McGlynn following his return to the club as first-team manager following the resignation of Barry Smith.
On-Loan Heart of Midlothian striker Rory Currie was praised post-match by East Fife team-mate Craig Watson as the ex-Hamilton defender described the teenager as the Methil men’s ‘Super-Sub’, having scored 4 goals in 4 consecutive matches, having come on as a substitute in all of those matches. Saturday’s strike in injury-time sealed a 2-0 victory … More Watson praises ‘super-sub’ Rory Currie as East Fife keep run going
After a laboured first-half showing at the Locality Hub Bayview Stadium on Saturday, Brown Ferguson would leave disappointed as the Warriors failed to capitalise on good second-half chances to take anything from the match, as a late goal saw the third-tier’s bottom club remain in 10th spot, following a 2-0 victory for hosts East Fife.
A hard-fought second-half display saw East Fife battle to a 2-0 victory over Stenhousemuir on Saturday to keep their good start to the SPFL Ladbrokes League One campaign going. Manager Darren Young is delighted his side have extended their winning run to 5 games as he told the media following the match against the Warriors:
Livingston midfielder Shaun Byrne admits that Livi have began their return to Premiership with good form, but, insists that he and this team-mates know they have much tougher tasks ahead of them, starting on Sunday against Rangers. Byrne admits that the Lions have “started the season really well” despite the upheaval of in the dugout … More Livingston keeping their feet on the ground, despite sensational start to the season
Dundee United’s Hungarian manager Csaba Laszlo is pleased to have his key-players returning from injury as the Tannadice club prepare to take on title favourites Ross County this afternoon. All Credit and Copyright sits with a partner of jordanburtfootball.com, Twenty Four Seven Scotland and Neil Bell. Thanks as always go to them for allowing this … More Key-Players returning from injury pleases Laszlo ahead of County clash
After returning to Stark’s Park for David McGurn’s Testimonial on Sunday, it will come as a surprise to many Raith supporters that John McGlynn has returned to the dugout permanently as the Rovers look to maintain their unbeaten start to the League One against fellow title-hopefuls Dumbarton tomorrow.
SPFL Ladbrokes League One heats up over the next two Saturday’s – for Raith Rovers, at least. The only full-time side in this season’s third-tier take on fellow promotion hopefuls Dumbarton this weekend before playing current leaders Arhroath just seven days later. English midfielder Nat Wedderburn has encouraged his side to concentrate solely on themselves … More Wedderburn encourages Raith team-mates to focus on themselves ahead of tough two weeks in SPFL League One