Raith boss John McGlynn has made another summer signing with the addition of the versatile Michael Miller.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie is waiting to hear back from a keeper he has pinpointed as the man to provide competition for No.1 stopper at the club Allan Fleming.
Raith Rovers accept bid from Dunfermline for defender Euan Murray as three new arrivals sign on at Stark’s
Raith Rovers have been dealt a big blow with defender Euan Murray set to leave the club to join Fife neighbours Dunfermline.
Forfar boss Jim Weir has bolstered his squad with the addition of former Scotland and Dundee United midfielder Scott Robertson.
Raith Rovers have been dealt a big blow with top scorer Kevin Nisbet 99% certain to leave Stark’s Park.
Stewart Petrie insists that no-one at Montrose will be resting on their laurels despite the air of positivity surrounding the club at the moment.
Raith chairman Bill Clark has confirmed that the club will be running a hybrid squad next season with a combination of full-time and part-time players.
Forfar’s John Baird brands Raith opponent an ‘absolute disgrace’ for alleged comments during play-off tie
Forfar’s John Baird has branded Raith’s Ross Matthews an “absolute disgrace” for comments he allegedly made during Saturday’s ill-tempered Championship play-off semi-final at Station Park.
East Fife’s season draws to a close with the visit of Forfar and Methil manager Darren Young is disappointed that the meeting is not a prelude to the promotion play-offs for his side.
The kudos of finishing second in League One is all the incentive Forfar need against East Fife this afternoon, according to their manager Jim Weir.