Montrose boss Paul Hegarty is hoping to have a couple of trialists lined up before Friday night’s pre-season opener against Highland League side Deveronvale at Links Park.
With Hibs finally ending their long wait for Scottish Cup glory last month, Dundee are arguably now the top team that have gone the longest without tasting success in the competition.
Dundee have received a big boost after one of the club’s prize assets, Craig Wighton, put pen to paper on a new deal.
Raith boss Gary Locke is keeping his fingers crossed that Kevin Cuthbert will win a race against time and be fit to take his place between the sticks at Tannadice on Saturday.
Dundee boss Paul Hartley has bolstered his squad with the addition of Kilmarnock’s Mark O’Hara.
Courier Sport understands there has been zero dialogue between Dundee and the SPFL regarding the club’s potential “home” league match in the US with Celtic next season.
With Dundee United already relegated, it would be understandable if today’s game against Kilmarnock could fall under the label of “nothing to play for”.
Raith Rovers have announced that Ross Callachan has signed a one-year contract extension that will keep him at the club until at least 2018.
Hearts are understood to be the latest club to enter the race to sign Dundee front man Greg Stewart.
Montrose boss Paul Hegarty will be without three key players for their League 2 opener this afternoon against Barry Ferguson’s Clyde outfit.