Forfar brought the curtain down on their home campaign with an all-too familiar performance that left manager Jim Weir frustrated and promising changes for next season.
Raith Rovers manager John McGlynn admitted he left Iain Davidson out of the starting line-up for Saturday’s draw at Stenhousemuir due to fears over the artificial surface at Ochilview.
Raith Rovers swatted aside local rivals East Fife at Bayview – and Kevin Cuthbert reckons they’re not even into full stride yet.
Raith Rovers are set to unveil John McGlynn as their new manager at Stark’s Park tomorrow morning.
An injury-time own goal rescued a point for Raith Rovers, but the performance in Airdrie gave boss Barry Smith the chills.
It’s getting closer. Arbroath came within seconds of clinching the League One title with this narrow but hugely deserved victory over Angus rivals Montrose.
Forfar Athletic’s League One status was secured not with a bang but with a whimper as the Loons relied on results elsewhere to avoid the end of season relegation roulette.
Dick Campbell hailed Arbroath’s togetherness and spirit as they extended their unbeaten run with a comprehensive victory over Stranraer.
Raith Rovers defender Jason Thomson netted for the third successive game in the 2-0 win over managerless Airdrieonians at Stark’s Park.
Forfar boss Jim Weir has urged his side to become more vocal if they are to move away from the bottom of League One.