Daniel Armstrong admits it has been a long and difficult summer for himself, as the 21-year-old struggled to seal a deal due to misguidance by former agents. Now, the attacker is hoping to kick on with League One side Raith Rovers under the guidance of John McGlynn. The former Hamilton Academical forward was released by … More Frustrating summer motivates former Wolves winger Daniel Armstrong to kick on with Raith Rovers
Raith boss John McGlynn has been impressed by the quality of player in League One this season since returning to the Rovers, as the Kirkcaldy club look to improve their away form this weekend against bottom side Stenhousemuie. The Ochilview club are managerless since Brown Ferguson was sacked but the full-time side will not be … More “We will need to be at our best to beat Stenhousemuir” – Raith boss John McGlynn impressed by quality of League One
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;
Following injuries to midfield duo Grant Gillespie and Regan Hendry, it gives Ross Matthews the opportunity to add to his 16 appearances so far this term for SPFL Ladbrokes League One outfit Raith Rovers. The young midfielder is hoping a run in the team will see him improve further under returning management duo John McGlynn … More Ross Matthews hopes to seize opportunity in Raith midfield
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
Raith Rovers winger Nathan Flanagan admits he would love to remain in Kirkcaldy after finding his form and fitness in recent weeks. The ex-St Mirren youngster signed on at Stark’s Park until January with the option to extend, and now the former Annan Athletic and East Fife loanee would like to exercise that right.
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.
On-Loan Heart of Midlothian striker Rory Currie was praised post-match by East Fife team-mate Craig Watson as the ex-Hamilton defender described the teenager as the Methil men’s ‘Super-Sub’, having scored 4 goals in 4 consecutive matches, having come on as a substitute in all of those matches. Saturday’s strike in injury-time sealed a 2-0 victory … More Watson praises ‘super-sub’ Rory Currie as East Fife keep run going