Forfar boss Dick Campbell has revealed that the experienced Derek Young was keen to sign a deal with the Loons so he no longer had a 420-mile round trip to play his football with Queen of the South.
Jim Jefferies welcomed his three summer signings to Dunfermline when his squad returned for pre-season training.
Forfar Athletic assistant boss Iain Campbell has stood down from his post after six years due to work commitments.
East Fife manager Willie Aitchison hopes his players’ efforts this week will translate into a much better performance than the one they gave at Bayview last weekend.
Brechin remain bottom after a draw against Cowdenbeath, but served notice to their relegation rivals that they will fight to the end as a goal from the on-loan Falkirk youngster Scott Shepherd deep into stoppage-time gave them a point.
Arbroath boss Paul Sheerin hopes the addition of striker Kenny Deuchar will be just what the doctor ordered as they aim to move away from the League One drop zone.
Dunfermline boss Jim Jefferies intends to open contract talks with defender Callum Morris as he continues his bid to tie up all of his key first-team players.
Cowdenbeath are hopeful that on-loan Partick Thistle defender Darren Brownlie will soon be over his hamstring injury and be back to help out their fight against relegation.
Dunfermline are closing in on the signing of Stranraer midfielder Andy Stirling, Courier Sport can reveal.
In terms of league goals scored, Dunfermline are currently the best of British, hitting the back of the net more often than the likes of Celtic, Rangers and Manchester City so far this season.