Martin Hardie delighted to be re-united with former team-mate Kevin Rutkiewicz at Stirling

Ex-Dunfermline players Martin Hardie and Kevin Rutkiewicz have joined forces once again – but, this time, off the pitch. The duo were team-mates at St Johnstone, the Pars, as well as Greenock Morton and now the pair have joined up together at League Two club Stirling Albion, following the sacking of Dave Mackay. Hardie, who … More Martin Hardie delighted to be re-united with former team-mate Kevin Rutkiewicz at Stirling

“I’m not the finished article”: League One Player of the Month Kevin Nisbet not resting on his laurels despite 15 goals in 17 matches so far this season

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;

Danny Devine on Dunfermline’s crowds: “it shows you the appetite the whole town and the surrounding areas have for this club, our club”

This interview was published in the Official Dunfermline Athletic Football Club Match-Day Programme on the 1st September 2018, versus Inverness Caledonian Thistle at East End Park. Thanks to DAFC for allowing me to post my article to my website. Danny Devine has played in the English Championship, in two Cup Finals and in a Europa … More Danny Devine on Dunfermline’s crowds: “it shows you the appetite the whole town and the surrounding areas have for this club, our club”

Duggan relieved to be over injury woes as striker looks ahead to Forfar’s visit to Kirkcaldy

Raith Rovers striker Chris Duggan is ready and raring to go if called upon by gaffer Barry Smith after getting a full weeks training under his belt for the first time in over a month. The visit of Forfar this weekend may give the striker an opportunity to showcase his talents to the Stark’s Park … More Duggan relieved to be over injury woes as striker looks ahead to Forfar’s visit to Kirkcaldy

Ex-Partick keeper Ryan Scully has “nothing to prove” as Morton face the Jags

Former Partick Thistle goalkeeper Ryan Scully insists he has “nothing to prove” tonight as the shot-stopper comes up against the Jags – whom he left in the summer following 10 years with the club – with his new side, Greenock Morton, in the BetFred Cup. Scully admits it is a “strange feeling” to be away … More Ex-Partick keeper Ryan Scully has “nothing to prove” as Morton face the Jags

Scottish Football Midweek Matches – May 2018

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

Scottish Premiership Midweek Round-Up; 23rd/24th January 2018

Five out of six fixtures scheduled for this midweek occurred as the Scottish Premiership returned to action after a 3-week winter break layoff. Partick Thistle 1-2 Celtic Substitute Leigh Griffiths came off the bench to help Celtic comeback in the second-half against Partick Thistle to see Brendan Rodgers’ side extend their lead at the top … More Scottish Premiership Midweek Round-Up; 23rd/24th January 2018

Penrice hopes Livi loan helps his Premiership push with Partick

James Penrice has been a part of the Livingston side which has taken the Championship by storm this season. After winning League One last term, the Lions have made a tremendous start to life back in the second-tier of Scottish football, with Livi sitting fourth, seven points off the top of the table with a … More Penrice hopes Livi loan helps his Premiership push with Partick