Jim Weir has admitted that he needs a break from football.
Sean Dillon is edging close to his 36th birthday but Montrose manager Stewart Petrie believes there is “plenty of football left in him”.
The kudos of finishing second in League One is all the incentive Forfar need against East Fife this afternoon, according to their manager Jim Weir.
Averting a title party isn’t Jim Weir’s Station Park priority this afternoon, with securing a win to take them a step closer to the promotion play-offs the Forfar focus in the Angus derby against Arbroath.
The bigger the gap the better is Jim Weir’s mantra as Forfar face up to one of their play-off rivals at Station Park this afternoon.
Dick Campbell knows it sounds “boring” but his Arbroath side won’t start looking towards the League One finish line.
Forfar will have to deal better with teams who sit in against them after coming up against a Montrose brick wall last weekend.
Forfar manager Jim Weir is thrilled with his first two January signings – and hopes to make two more.
Like every other manager on League One, Jim Weir has a January transfer wish list.
Forfar are the only team Brechin City have taken points off since Barry Smith took over.