Ray McKinnon admits that while it’s “exciting” to be linked with becoming the new Dundee United manager, he is still fully focused on doing well for Raith Rovers.
Raith boss Ray McKinnon insists Hibs might be vulnerable in the second leg of the Premiership play-off at Easter Road on Saturday after his side piled on the pressure by winning at Stark’s Park last night.
Raith Rovers will take a precious lead to Easter Road on Saturday in the second leg of the Premiership quarter-final after this narrow but dramatic win over Hibs.
When Kyle Benedictus was at Dundee, he was part of the famous “Deefiant” squad that defied all the odds to overcome a 25-point deduction to preserve the club’s then First Division status.
Raith boss Ray McKinnon has issued a rallying call to the club’s fans ahead of tomorrow night’s Ladbrokes Premiership quarter-final, first-leg play-off against Hibs.
Very few of the thousands of Dundee fans flocking to Dens tonight will be in any way concerned about the plight United find themselves in.
Brechin’s Paul McLean believes what his side has achieved this season is as big a footballing fairy-tale as Leicester’s title charge in the English Premiership.
It has been said more than once that while you don’t have to be mad to be a goalkeeper, it certainly helps.
Iain Davidson has already won promotion to the Premiership with Dundee – however he admits if he can do the same with home town club Raith this season it will be an even bigger achievement.
Dundee boss Paul Hartley says that while his side might be able to put the final nail in United’s coffin in Monday night’s derby, the Tangerines ultimately only have themselves to blame for what has been a “disastrous” season.