After joining Raith Rovers in the summer, Kevin Nisbet was taking things “one game at a time”, with the forward admitting to not expecting to be so prolific so early on in his season-long deal with the Stark’s Park club. You can hear the thoughts of the front-man, below; Advertisements
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.
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
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 One this coming term… Airdrieonians: Arbroath: Brechin City: Dumbarton: East Fife: Forfar Athletic: Montrose: Raith Rovers: Stenhousemuir: Stranraer:
East Fife’s Mark Docherty remains on the sidelines following knee surgery, but, the versatile, experienced, 30-year-old hopes to return before the league calendar begins in August for the Fifers. Speaking to this website on Saturday, the ex-Dumbarton man said:
This midweek saw matches being played on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evening. Games were from the Scottish Premiership, as well as from the Scottish Championship and Scottish League One Play-Off Ties. Premiership: Aberdeen 1-1 Rangers It was a battling performance by Jimmy Nicholl’s Rangers side as they left Pittodrie with a point which almost guarantee’s … More Scottish Football Midweek Matches – May 2018
Injured midfielder Steven Hetherington will miss this week’s two-legged play-off final against Dumbarton, as Alloa try to clinch promotion back into Scotland’s second-tier. Wasps manager Jim Goodwin spoke with this website following Saturday’s 4-1 aggregate victory over Raith Rovers at Stark’s Park, with the former St Mirren midfielder keen not to let a repeat of … More Jim Goodwin: “We want to go do it for Stevie as well as everybody else”
Raith Rovers managed Barry Smith was understandably low after the weekend loss to Alloa – Raith’s first home defeat of an unbeaten League One campaign at Stark’s Park. However, the more frustrating element of the previous 7 days for the Kirkcaldy club’s gaffer was the fact that his side lost out on the third-tier title … More “The bigger disappointment is having the chance to win the league last Saturday and not doing it” – Barry Smith