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. Advertisements
In this extended look at the SPFL League Campaign, which kicks off this weekend, myself; Lewis Henderson and Neil Henderson sat down to discuss the 10 teams in Ladbrokes League Two this coming term… Albion Rovers: Annan Athletic: Berwick Rangers: Clyde: Cowdenbeath: Edinburgh City: Elgin City: Peterhead: Queen’s Park: Stirling Albion:
Former Hamilton Academical defender Craig Watson joined East Fife in the summer, with the ex-Accie admitting that the players at Bayview have let their standards slip as the Methil men gear up for their final SPFL Ladbrokes League One fixture of the season on Saturday. Following last weekend’s disappointing 1-0 loss to Albion Rovers at … More Craig Watson admits East Fife have let their standards slip as inconsistent season nears completion
Despite having the chance to go 8 points clear of nearest rivals Ayr United for the SPFL Ladbrokes League One crown, tomorrow, against Airdrieoninas in Kirkcaldy, Stark’s Park gaffer Barry Smith is not yet ready to crack open the champagne as he tells the press “we will just concentrate on winning the game”.
Saturday saw Arbroath remain in 3rd position in Ladbrokes League One, having moved within 11 points of second placed Ayr, while also having two matches in hand. The prospect of back-to-back promotions for the Angus club would be a “major coup” insisted assistant manager Ian Campbell post-match, while Omar Kader told the press that the … More Arbroath promotion would be a “major coup” insists Ian Campbell as Omar Kader admits the players aren’t surprised by their play-off ambitions this season
After his two goal display on Tuesday evening against Albion Rovers, Raith midfielder John Herron claimed the Rovers fans haven’t yet seen the best of him as he battles his way back from niggling injuries which he admits have stopped him reaching his full potential this season, so far.
The Albion Rovers management team spoke with the group of players in which travelled to Kirkcaldy on Tuesday evening for “20 to 25 minutes” post-match in a bid to try and get the club out of their poor run of form and results. Brian Kerr had this to say to myself before departing Stark’s Park:
Raith Rovers clinched victory in Kirkcaldy to ensure their game in-hand didn’t go to waste as they saw off the threat of Albion Rovers in a 3-1 win for the home side. The match had been in doubt due to snow and the cold temperatures within Fife at the beginning of this week, but, due … More Herron and Thomson on target as Raith go 5 ahead
Former Aberdeen goalkeeper Aaron Lennox has had two tough years of fighting off injuries – now, the Australian shot-stopper is hoping to kick on and enjoy his football again as Raith aim to go 5 points clear at the top of SPFL Ladbrokes League One this evening, when they take on Albion Rovers at Stark’s … More Aaron Lennox glad to be involved again as Aussie keeper prepares for Kirkcaldy comeback
Below is my interview with Albion Rovers gaffer Brian Kerr, which was recorded prior to Albion’s Scottish Cup tie with St Johnstone, which was originally scheduled for last Saturday (20th January, 2018). Brian talks about his sides start to the season; a look at the Saints match (now scheduled for tomorrow, Monday 29th January 2018) … More Kerr confident a positive run of results are just around the corner