Cowdenbeath’s new boss Jimmy Nicholl called his players in for an extra training session last night and told them he expected them to “fight tooth and nail” to stay in the Championship.
Stark’s Park in Kirkcaldy has been selected to host this year’s Victory Shield match between Scotland and England under-16s in November.
Raith Rovers physio Karen Gibson is set to leave the club.
Raith Rovers chairman Turnbull Hutton has stressed that, while the board of directors are looking to give boss Grant Murray the best playing budget they can, they are also determined not to put the club into financial jeopardy,.
Cowdenbeath boss Jimmy Nicholl has suffered a double injury blow ahead of their Championship clash away to Queen of the South.
Cowdenbeath were last night boosted by the news that defender Thomas O’Brien will be available for tomorrow’s game at Livingston after his recent red card against Dumbarton was rescinded.
Raith Rovers have parted company with defender Ross Perry.
With Raith Rovers’ spot in the promotion play-offs all but assured, Louis Longridge detects big similarities with the superb team spirit evident at Stark’s Park with that displayed when Hamilton won promotion against all the odds two seasons ago.
Cowdenbeath have asked the Scottish Football Association for help in their dispute with Barnsley over compensation for striker Kane Hemmings, who joined the League One side in June.
Falkirk are believed to be keen on Dundee United’s attacking midfielder Dale Hilson.