The St Mirren ground staff were poised to shut the stadium down for the night when Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon finally emerged to speak to the press following Wednesday’s defeat against the Buddies in Paisley.
East Fife boss Barry Smith has paid tribute to his players’ fitness levels ahead of today’s crunch clash with Alloa at Bayview.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie has highlighted the run Stirling have embarked on as a warning that his side’s League 2 safety is still not assured.
The League 2 title race may be hotting up but wily veteran manager Dick Campbell is determined to keep his cool and maintain his mantra of just taking things “one game at a time”.
The contrast between Ryan Hardie’s first loan spell with Raith last season and his current time with the club could not be starker.
Dundee United have been dealt a big blow with the news that Scott Fraser has broken his right foot and is almost certainly going to miss the rest of the season.
Dundee United’s Simon Murray admits promotion is still his No.1 target this season – and he doesn’t care how he achieves it.
Raith boss John Hughes has dismissed speculation that had linked him with a move to Motherwell, insisting that he is “100% focused” on rescuing Rovers from their current predicament at the wrong end of the Championship table.
Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon kept his players in the away dressing-room long after the final whistle at Paisley following his side’s desperately disappointing defeat against St Mirren.
Dundee United slumped to their second Championship defeat in a row following this pulsating game against bottom of the table St Mirren in Paisley.