Brechin City will play in the Championship next season after they defeated Alloa 5-4 on penalties in the second leg of the play-off final on Saturday to win promotion to Scottish football’s second tier after an 11-year absence.
The Brechin City promotion dream simply refuses to die.
Kallum Higginbotham insists he is ready to fire Dunfermline back to the Premiership after shunning interest from north and south of the border to sign a new contract with the Pars.
Raith Rovers chairman Alan Young has admitted that the “macho” approach of former boss John Hughes and his public criticism of the club’s players backfired badly.
Raith Rovers have announced that they will continue to work towards remaining a full-time club next season.
First things first. Huge congratulations to Brechin City for causing one of this season’s biggest upsets on Saturday.
Brechin City are 180 minutes away from Championship football thanks to a "phenomenal effort" against troubled Raith Rovers.
Danny Handling has admitted he tore a strip off his Hibs team-mates after their failure to beat St Mirren left Raith Rovers facing a nerve-shredding battle for Championship survival.
Dunfermline chairman Ross McArthur has revealed the club is very close to breaking even this year.
John HughesRaith Rovers striker Jonny Court was left with mixed feelings after his first goal for the club was not enough to save the Kirkcaldy side from the relegation play-offs.