Brechin City manager Darren Dods won’t let his players feel sorry for themselves as they head to the Highlands in search of their first league win.
Willo Flood’s nine-day stay at Dunfermline without playing so much as a pre-season friendly isn’t the only swift football about-turn. Here are five other players (and a manager) who came and went with ink barely dry on their contract.
Brechin City boss Darren Dods believes his side have been using bows and arrows against teams equipped with machine guns this season.
Stevie Crawford has warned Dunfermline that the motivational powers of pal Robbie Neilson pose a massive threat to their unbeaten run.
Dunfermline are on the hunt for a new manager after Allan Johnston’s tenure at East End Park was ended yesterday.
Lee Robinson has urged Dunfermline to treat this afternoon’s clash with basement boys Brechin City as the biggest game of their lives as they chase their promotion dream.
Dunfermline striker Declan McManus netted his 50th senior goal against Falkirk - and has dedicated the victory to team-mate Dean Shiels.
Darren Dods is hoping that Brechin City will start to flourish with their new strike partnership.
Declan McManus spent last season trying all he could to avoid the play-offs - but is desperate to see Dunfermline seal their place this afternoon.
Craig Storie can kick-start his career at Brechin City, according to his new manager Darren Dods.