Cowdenbeath have been successful in their pursuit of former striker Chris Renton, who has ignored the advances of League Two title winners Montrose and agreed to return to Central Park.
Cowdenbeath have confirmed the players who will be leaving Central Park now the season has ended.
You can argue whether finishing bottom of the SPFL and winning a survival play-off for the second year running is an achievement for Cowdenbeath but it certainly felt like one in the Central Park sun.
A heroic second half comeback has saved Cowdenbeath’s SPFL status.
Cowdenbeath host Cove Rangers in the second leg of their pyramid play-off final and Blue Brazil manager Gary Bollan is hoping that his team rises to the challenge of keeping their place in senior football.
David Cox admits the hand of history is weighing heavily on embattled Cowdenbeath.
For a second season running Cowdenbeath stand on the edge of losing their place in senior football.
Montrose manager Stewart Petrie and his players will swap Lunan Bay for Benidorm this weekend as their title celebrations continue.
Sean Dillon is preparing for a weekend in Benidorm with his Montrose team-mates after their historic title win - and he just hopes he can handle the pace.
Montrose chairman John Crawford says the club will back manager Stewart Petrie to the hilt ahead of next season’s campaign.