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
Despite not being unhappy with his sides performance at Station Park last Saturday, gaffer John McGlynn is hoping Raith Rovers show a response at home to managerless Brechin City this weekend following the 3-2 defeat to Forfar Athletic last weekend.
Raith Rovers travel to Forfar Athletic this afternoon hoping to continue the misery Jim Weir’s men have felt this season. With only 2 wins in their last 7 matches, both coming against Stenhousemuir, the Loons are finding life in Scotland’s third-tier tough. But, the Kirkcaldy club boss insists the Angus side have danger-men in attack … More Raith must be wary of Forfar’s attacking threats Baird and Easton, insists manager McGlynn
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:
After an injury to Robbie Thomson saw newly-signed Rangers loanee Kieran Wright make his debut for the Kirkcaldy club last week, Rovers manager Barry Smith was dealt a blow on Tuesday when his newest recruit dislocated a finger during a training session, but, with only reserve goalkeeper Sam McGuff fit and available for tomorrow’s League … More Raith may be forced to play injured goalie Kieran Wright following injury crisis
Ahead of Saturday’s League One opener against Stranraer, Raith Rovers manager Barry Smith sat down and spoke with myself and Steve McCaul of Kingdom FM. To hear the full audio from the press conference, click the play button below: