Darren Dods watched his Brechin side lose to a single goal for the eighth time this season – but insisted they won’t be Championship whipping boys for much longer.
Dunfermline manager Allan Johnston described the performance of his players in the home defeat by Queen of the South as the worst he’s witnessed since taking over as manager at East End Park.
Brechin City manager Darren Dods is aiming to take advantage of Falkirk’s lack of action today to draw within three points of the Bairns before the sides meet next weekend.
Sean Murdoch is aiming to help the footballing dreams of aspiring African goalkeeper Horlah Sarpeh come true after revealing he is shipping gloves and kit to Nigeria ahead of the youngster’s make-or-break trial.
Andy Jackson was delighted to make his return from injury despite being unable to prevent Brechin falling to a defeat against his former Morton team-mates.
Darren Dods is hoping that the return of Andy Jackson will help spark an up-turn in the Glebe Park side’s fortunes.
Dunfermline midfielder Michael Paton has warned Dundee United that they have more than just St Mirren to worry about in the Championship title race.
Brechin City will look to build on two solid performances in league and cup when they travel to Inverness tonight.
Dunfermline twice had to come from behind to earn a share of the spoils at East End Park on Saturday afternoon.
Dundee United keeper Harry Lewis insists his side need to be more clinical – in attack and defence.