It was great to see Kane Hemmings get among the goals at Alloa but I think we all knew he would start scoring again.
There was no place like home for Dundee United as they showed brains, heart and courage to whizz three points clear at the top of the Championship.
Paul Paton insists he would accept more war wounds from this afternoon’s battle with old team Dundee United if it meant Dunfermline picking up another three points.
Arbroath manager Dick Campbell has looked back on the first quarter of the Championship season and declared there is a “coat of paint” between all the clubs.
Lee Ashcroft insists Dunfermline must showcase their character in a bid to end their East End Park woes.
Arbroath assistant manager Ian Campbell reckons that the Lichties’ game with visitors Morton will be between two sides out to make a statement.
Rab Douglas: Late loss hard to take but Arbroath have to be upbeat after running Dundee United so close
On reflection, the only disappointing thing about Arbroath’s trip to Tannadice was that there were no points to take back down the road.
In Talking Football, our writers Ian Roache, Eric Nicolson and Neil Robertson look at Dundee United's get-out-of-jail win over Arbroath, wonder why Dundee keep losing goals from setpieces and consider St Johnstone's heavy home defeat to Rangers.
Championship report card: Dundee United in good place despite Arbroath scare but Dundee behind schedule
The Championship campaign is six matches in and our writer Ian Roache assesses how the four Courier country clubs are faring.
A week earlier, Lawrence Shankland was the subject of a row. This time he was the focus of a “Wow.”