Jimmy Nicholl is confident it will only be a matter of time before Cowdenbeath predecessor Colin Cameron is back in management.
Cowdenbeath boss Jimmy Nicholl is lining up his fourth loan signing in as many weeks in time for the Fifers’ Championship clash against Hearts at Tynecastle on Saturday.
Allan Moore’s first competitive game in charge of Arbroath ended in disappointment and frustration as the Red Lichties lost heavily to Barry Smith’s impressive Alloa.
Rangers striker Nicky Clark insists his side can take confidence from their 2-2 draw with Alloa when they bid to avoid another defeat to Hibernian on Sunday.
Jimmy Nicholl made a dramatic return to Cowdenbeath at the weekend, to become their manager for a second time and vowed to dedicate himself to the task of getting the Fifers away from the Championship relegation zone.
Hibernian’s Easter Road has emerged as the front-runner when it comes to the hosting of this season’s Ramsdens Cup final.
Raith Rovers boss Grant Murray admitted the final few minutes of his side’s 4-2 win at Dumbarton were more nervy than they should have been.
Calum Elliot wants to lift a trophy with Raith Rovers after his last taste of silverware came hundreds of miles from home.
A dramatic finish saw Cowdenbeath pick up their first Championship success of the season and former skipper Jon Robertson feels that the talent is there at Central Park to make a real impact on the division.
Raith Rovers captain Jason Thomson reckons the Ramsdens Cup finalists must keep pal Lee Wallace quiet if they are to have any chance against Rangers on Sunday.