New Cowdenbeath boss Gary Bollan gets down to business today when he takes the Blue Brazil for the first time.
Montrose manager Stewart Petrie was left reflecting on two points dropped as his team were held at home by an Annan side that played for more than 20 minutes with 10 men.
It was another bleak day for Cowdenbeath, suffering their fifth successive League 2 defeat and finishing with nine men.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie insists the players missing out on selection have been just as important as the lads winning the nod for his starting XI during his side’s recent good run of form.
Cowdenbeath’s interim manager John Ovenstone will take the Blue Brazil for a second time when Elgin City come to town today.
Montrose continue to ask questions of the other challengers in League Two but, for managerless Cowdenbeath, Saturday was another bleak day.
Interim Cowdenbeath manager John Ovenstone is determined to end a unique week at the Central Park club with a win over visitors Montrose.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie admits he will accept substance over style every week just as long as his side are still winning.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie insists that two of the club’s promising youngsters signing contract extensions is a sure sign the Gable Endies are moving in the right direction.
Cowdenbeath have parted company with manager Billy Brown, Courier Sport can reveal.