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
On Thursday evening, ahead of his second training session in charge of Fife club Kelty Hearts, former Rangers and Scotland captain Barry Ferguson spoke at length to this website, alongside Twenty Four Seven Scotland and the Dunfermline Press about why he made the move in to the Lowland League and what he hopes to achieve … More “This isn’t just another job for me” – Kelty Hearts new gaffer Barry Ferguson excited by fresh challenge in the Lowland League
4 goals in 2 matches at the beginning of the 2018-19 season has saw Jordyn Sheerin shoot to second in the BetFred Cup goal-scorers chart – sitting one behind Queen of the South’s Stephen Dobbie. However, the former East Fife, Livingston and Berwick forward will not get carried away and insists he will continue to … More Sheerin not getting carried away despite 4 goals in 2 matches for Cowdenbeath
Speaking after Monday evening’s 1-0 defeat at home to Dundee, ex-Livingston manager Gary Bollan is pleased with the shape his side find themselves in as they edge ever closer to the BetFred Cup group stages, which will see them kick-off against Raith Rovers at Locality Hub Bayview Stadium next Saturday. Bollan commented: “It was a … More Boss Bollan pleased with Cowdenbeath’s pre-season preparations as competitive matches edge closer
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.
Jordyn Sheerin could have easily sat back and won himself a medal with Kelty Hearts this term – but, the attacker gave up his chance of silverware with the East of Scotland League champions, plus the chance to win promotion to the Lowland League, to try and stop Cowdenbeath from dropping out of the SPFL … More “We are nervous, but, it is a good nervous” – Cowdenbeath striker Jordyn Sheerin eagerly awaiting Cove kick-off
Speaking to myself last week, ahead of their weekend win over Tweedmouth, Kelty Hearts manager Thomas Courts gave jordanburtfootball.com an update on the East of Scotland League sides’ progress on and off the park as they continue to strive forward.
Eight games into their new venture, Kelty Hearts find themselves top of the East of Scotland League after a storming start to the new campaign. After scoring 61 goals in that time, and only conceding 5, you would be wrong to think that manager Thomas Courts is hedging his bets ahead of this afternoon’s match … More All eyes on Kelty as they look to continue their winning start to their inaugural East of Scotland League campaign
Last week, jordanburtfootball.com spoke with former Livingston, Cowdenbeath, East Fife and Hill of Beath defender Thomas Courts. Below is a review of Thomas’ career and a look at what the 36-year-old is up to now… Football is something which has always engrossed Courts. Since an early age, “When I reflect back on my career, I’ve … More Where Are They Now?: Thomas Courts
Ambitious Fife club Kelty Hearts begin the start of a new journey for the ex-junior side when they play their first East of Scotland league match this afternoon against Eyemouth. Player/Manager Thomas Courts is in his second spell at the club, which he re-joined in 2007. “I’ve always had a love affair with Kelty Hearts; … More Kelty Hearts set to begin new chapter with East of Scotland league opener versus Eyemouth