Jim Weir expected John Baird to score between 15 and 20 goals for Forfar this season.
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.
Brechin boss Darren Dods will look to take the game to hosts Stenhousemuir this afternoon after adopting a very cautious approach to last weekend’s Betfred Cup game at Dundee.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie looking for more away-day success in the league after dramatic midweek cup tie
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie and his players may have a glamour Scottish Cup tie against Dundee United to look forward to next month but for now, all their focus is on this afternoon’s league game at East Fife.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell is determined to end what has already been a “phenomenal” first quarter of the campaign on a high with another win against Raith Rovers this afternoon.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell admits he has a big team selection decision to make for today’s Angus derby with Brechin at Gayfield.
Raith Rovers host East Fife at Stark’s Park tomorrow with boss Barry Smith looking for his men to return to doing the simple things well.
John McGlynn admits lure of return to management with Raith convinced him to leave plum job with Celtic
John McGlynn has revealed why he has swapped a plum job scouting for Celtic, casting his eye over games in the likes of Barcelona and Paris to attempt to win promotion with Raith in the less glamorous surroundings of the SPFL League 1.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell is hoping the first game of 2018 at Gayfield will signal the start of some sustained home comfort for his side.
The last time Montrose met Brechin in a league fixture it was away back on March 9, 2002, with City winning 2-0 at the Glebe.