Dunfermline Athletic Football Club have announced Stevie Crawford and Greg Shields have joined the club as Head Coach and Assistant Head Coach following the parting of ways with Allan Johnston and Sandy Clark, last week. Below is the audio of both Crawford and Shields, who spoke to Kingdom FM News – as well as the … More Stevie Crawford and Greg Shields announced as new management team at Dunfermline Athletic
Raith Rovers boss John McGlynn is looking to extend his side’s unbeaten home league record at Stark’s Park against in-form Airdrieonians. Ian Murray’s side have 4 wins in their last 6 matches in all competitions – the same stat as Saturday’s hosts – having won their previous three matches under their new manager. McGlynn knows … More McGlynn aiming to keep unbeaten home league run going against in-form Airdrieonians
Former Port Vale, Livingston and Dunfermline defender Jason Talbot is fully focused on picking up three points from Saturday’s clash in Coatbridge, against Albion Rovers, rather than dreaming of the Blue Brazil’s “fairytale” home time in the William Hill Scottish Cup 4th Round against ex-England international Steven Gerrard’s Rangers.
Former Dunfermline youngster Finn Graham insists his move out of the SPFL structure isn’t a negative and he hopes it will in fact boost his development after a frustrating spell with the Red Lichties. Graham only signed for the Angus club in the summer hut felt the time was right to terminate his contract early. … More There’s no-Finn wrong with step down to Lowland League, insists Graham
Defender Robbie Deas may only be experiencing senior football for the first time this term, after the Celtic youngster made the trip to local side Cowdenbeath on loan, but, the teenager is thriving under the pressure of performing for Gary Bollan’s side, with the centre-back aiming to extend his short stint at Central Park on … More Robbie’s Cowden loan is going Deas-ent for Celtic youngster
Talking to the media following Tuesday evening’s midweek SPFL Ladbrokes League Two encounter between Cowdenbeath and Queen’s Park, it was clear to hear the frustration in Spiders gaffer Mark Roberts’ voice following a 2-0 defeat to the Fife side at Central Park.
Cowdenbeath manager Gary Bollan was “over the moon” with his half-time substitute Josh Skelly, as the former Dundee youth player set up and then scored a goal in a 2-0 victory for the Blue Brazil over Queen’s Park at Central Park on Tuesday evening. Listen below to hear the full thoughts of the Cowden gaffer.
Former Heart of Midlothian centre-back Conrad Balatoni is relishing the opportunity to try make it a ‘Cup-Double’ with Edinburgh City within 8 days, as the Citizens prepare to take on Inverness Caledonian Thistle this afternoon at Ainslie Park. The 27-year-old joined City in the summer, after being released by English side Torquay United, and has … More Confident Conrad insists Caley will not enjoy travelling to the Capital on Cup duty
SPFL Ladbrokes Championship league leaders Ayr United travel to local junior side, Beith, on Saturday as the full-time outfit hope to keep their good run of form going in the William Hill Scottish Cup. Striker Michael Moffat hopes to regain a starting spot and show boss Ian McCall why he should be in the side … More Moffat hoping he gets time to shine against Beith in Scottish Cup 3rd Round
John McGlynn was happy with his side’s resilience in last Saturday’s SPFL Ladbrokes League One victory over Stenhousemuir – as the Kirkcaldy club look to make it two wins in consecutive weekend’s at Hampden Park this Saturday.