Raith Rovers midfielder Brad Spencer admits dad John has been a crucial guiding light in his career, despite some father-son disagreements along the way.
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.
Sean Dillon is edging close to his 36th birthday but Montrose manager Stewart Petrie believes there is “plenty of football left in him”.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie is waiting to hear back from a keeper he has pinpointed as the man to provide competition for No.1 stopper at the club Allan Fleming.
Jim Weir has admitted that he needs a break from football.
Forfar boss Jim Weir has thanked the club’s board for allowing him to extend keeper Marc McCallum’s stay at the club.
Raith boss John McGlynn has made another summer signing with the addition of the versatile Michael Miller.
Darren Young is dreaming that East Fife can climb the property ladder and take up residence in the Championship.
He is the proud owner of a Scottish Cup winner’s medal and has played for his country but Scott Robertson still has one big ambition he is determined to achieve before he finally hangs up his boots for good – win promotion.
Montrose travel to Airdrie looking to pick up a third consecutive win, with manager Stewart Petrie still to decide if the international break was a blessing or a curse.