Forfar’s injury crisis could see recently-appointed coach Kevin McNaughton coming out of retirement, manager Jim Weir has revealed.
League One’s top of the table clash will see Raith Rovers and Ayr United going into tonight’s eagerly anticipated clash with polar opposite preparations.
Forfar boss Jim Weir is hoping that the psychological boost of moving off the bottom of League One will see them continue their upturn in form against East Fife this afternoon.
Three games in a row against the League One pacesetters are looming large for Forfar.
The light at the end of the tunnel as far as Forfar’s injury situation isn’t getting any brighter.
The league One play-off final is a battle between two clubs seeking to make the most of a second chance, according to Forfar Boss Gary Bollan.
East Fife head to Airdrie this afternoon with manager Darren Young determined that the Bayview men stop being their own worst enemy.
Forfar will not be going into today’s decisive play-off final second leg at Peterhead with a ‘what we have, we hold’ mentality.
Dick Campbell has set high standards for his Arbroath players and he won’t be slow in letting them know when they fall short of them.
Jim Weir wants to see the low of the worst Forfar performance since he took over followed up with the high of an Angus derby win.