For 10 years during the football season, most mornings Sean Dillon would leave his home in Inchture and drive to St Andrews for Dundee United training.
Brechin boss Barry Smith is looking for his players to make a positive start to their League 2 campaign against Annan today – and show the rest of the teams in the division that the Glebe is a venue to be feared this season.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie insists that today’s opponents Peterhead have dangerous players throughout their team, not just goal-scoring machine Rory McAllister.
Brechin boss Barry Smith looking for players to take harsh lessons on board ahead of game with Queen’s Park
Brechin boss Barry Smith has praised his players for their battling qualities but admits they have to become more street-wise at both ends of the pitch.
Montrose took another massive step to securing the League 2 title and automatic promotion with Saturday’s narrow win over Berwick Rangers.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie has praised former Dundee United skipper Sean Dillon for the influence he has had on and off the pitch since joining the Angus club.
They are two players at opposite ends of the footballing age spectrum but Montrose boss Stewart Petrie is hoping the duo will have a similar big impact next season.
Stevie Campbell is hoping that a bleak week for Brechin will end on a positive note when they travel through to Cliftonhill to face Albion Rovers today.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell admits he was delighted with the response he received from his players in midweek as they took all three points at Albion Rovers.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie is looking for his side to start the second quarter in the same way they began the first – by beating Edinburgh City.