Brechin boss Barry Smith is hoping the core of experienced players he added in January will help negotiate a hectic schedule of five games in just 14 days and secure the points to pull them out of the League 1 drop zone.
Brechin boss Barry Smith will once again be down to the bare bones for this afternoon’s crunch clash at Airdrie.
Arbroath may be sitting top of League 1, 11 points ahead of nearest challengers Raith but Gayfield gaffer Dick Campbell is certainly not resting on his laurels ahead of today’s latest Angus derby with Brechin.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell looking for players to cross final hurdle and clinch League 1 title at Brechin
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell is looking for his team to successfully negotiate the equivalent of the final fence in the Grand National at Brechin today to clinch the League 1 title.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie looking for return to form in Angus derby after below-par performance last week
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie is looking his players to be right “at it” in this afternoon’s Angus derby with Forfar after a below-par performance in defeat last week at Stenhousemuir.
John McGlynn admits lure of return to management with Raith convinced him to leave plum job with Celtic
John McGlynn has revealed why he has swapped a plum job scouting for Celtic, casting his eye over games in the likes of Barcelona and Paris to attempt to win promotion with Raith in the less glamorous surroundings of the SPFL League 1.
Brechin boss Barry Smith is hoping Tuesday night’s late postponement of the game against Stranraer will work in his team’s favour as they face Montrose in a crunch Angus derby this afternoon.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell looking for players to do the business on the pitch before off-field celebrations begin
It will be a gala occasion at Gayfield this afternoon as the League 1 trophy is presented and the title-winning medals are handed out.
Brechin boss Barry Smith admits that while he would like his players to start turning draws into wins, the most important thing is that they continue to pick up points.
Forfar boss Jim Weir will take a team full of confidence to Airdrie this afternoon for the League 1 opener with last weekend’s Betfred Cup triumph over St Johnstone still fresh in the memory.