Dunfermline are hoping to bring former Partick Thistle winger Steven Lawless to East End Park, Courier Sport can reveal.
They started out as kids at Queen’s Park and have been pals ever since but Aidan Connolly admits it was still a simply surreal experience watching Andy Robertson starring for Liverpool in the Champions League final against the mighty Real Madrid last month.
Stevie Crawford has not ruled out joining Robbie Neilson at Dundee United one day.
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Scott McDonald helped transform Dundee United into convincing winners at Glebe Park despite only playing one half of the game.
The news that Stephen Kenny will become an international manager will have raised a few eyebrows at East End Park.
Darren Dods is hoping that Brechin City will start to flourish with their new strike partnership.
Brechin may be resigned to playing their football in League 1 next season but boss Darren Dods is determined they will be leaving the Championship with a bang, not a whimper.
The arrival of players who haven’t suffered the pain of being winless in the first half of the league season could be the “spark” Brechin City need, according to manager Darren Dods.
Kallum Higginbotham remained bemused as to why a decision to award Dunfermline a penalty was overturned during his side’s narrow defeat to St Mirren.
Dunfermline boss Allan Johnston has made a double loan signing from Hearts. Both midfielder Malaury Martin and striker Aidan Keena has joined the Pars on season-long loans from the Tynecastle club. Keena is currently recovering from surgery but will join up with the East End Park men when he is fully fit.