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
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;
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
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 seeing his side go 3-1 down with under 10 minutes remaining last week, Barry Smith probably thought picking up 3 points was unlikely – particularly as Iain Davidson had been sent off. However, a dramatic 4-3 win has saw the Rovers take 8 points from the opening 4 league fixtures heading into Saturday’s Stark’s … More Smith hopes comeback victory will galvanise Raith for League One title push
Raith boss Barry Smith is looking forward to this weekend’s clash with Stevie Findlay’s Airdrieonians after a positive week training at Stark’s Park following the two-all draw between the Rovers and Fife rivals East Fife one week ago. Chris Duggan and Iain Davidson return to the squad following injury and suspension, respectively, but, Lewis Milne … More Duggan and Davidson return for Raith as Smith looks ahead to Airdrieonians clash
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:
Raith striker Liam Buchanan has returned to training this week, following an issue with his sinuses which has saw him miss the first three competitive matches of the season. Speaking to jordanburtfootball.com on Thursday, the experienced forward commented:
Raith manager Barry Smith has been pleased with the performances of the Kirkcaldy club against Heart of Midlothian and Inverness Caledonian Thistle. Despite results not going the way of the Rovers, the ex-Alloa boss wants his side to continue working hard, starting in their final BetFred Cup Group Stage match of the 2018/19 campaign away … More Smith pleased with reaction despite results going against Raith