Darren Dods watched his Brechin side lose to a single goal for the eighth time this season – but insisted they won’t be Championship whipping boys for much longer.
It was a case of job done for Pars boss Alan Johnson as his side tightened their grip on top spot in the Championship with a comfortable win at Brechin.
Brechin City boss Darren Dods praised the tenacity of his side despite them shipping four goals at home to Inverness Caley Thistle, a result which leaves them still looking for their first league win of the season.
Police have warned Old Firm fans to be on their best behaviour at the Scottish Cup semi-final this weekend - or risk being banned from matches even if they do not attend the game.
Allan Johnston says Dunfermline’s mouth-watering league opener has been given added spice by the decision of Nicky Clark and Fraser Aird to jump ship for Dundee United this summer.
Dunfermline twice had to come from behind to earn a share of the spoils at East End Park on Saturday afternoon.
Dunfermline manager Allan Johnston described the performance of his players in the home defeat by Queen of the South as the worst he’s witnessed since taking over as manager at East End Park.
Raith Rovers’ last-gasp goal hero Kyle Benedictus reckons the point earned against Alloa could prove to be a crucial one in the race for fourth place.
In the most cobbled together of Hollywood scripts, Brechin City’s band of part-time lovable rogues have just one game remaining in the Championship season to avoid the ignominy of not winning a fixture in the entire league campaign.
Dunfermline man-of-the-match Fraser Aird revealed after Saturday’s victory over Brechin that he had won a tidy sum betting on the Grand National, but the race that he’s even more interested in at the moment is the one at the top of the Championship.