Arbroath boss Dick Campbell admits he will have to shuffle his pack once more as his side continue to negotiate a gruelling fixture schedule with tonight’s game against Albion Rovers.
Montrose have signed former St Johnstone midfielder Paddy Cregg on a one-year deal.
Raith boss John McGlynn has thanked the fans who made the trip to Dumbarton on Saturday for their magnificent backing – and urged them to bring a friend along for this weekend’s top-of-the-table clash with Arbroath at Stark’s Park.
It is fair to say that the appointment of John McGlynn as the new Raith manager took just about everyone by surprise – including a player who keeps in touch with him on a regular basis and regards him as a father figure.
Raith Rovers are set to unveil John McGlynn as their new manager at Stark’s Park tomorrow morning.
Forfar manager Jim Weir is facing a defensive crisis for his side’s trip to Ayr as his rearguard will contain, at best, only one recognised Loon.
Stewart Petrie has been there and done that during his long career in the game but he admits he was still taken aback when he opened his front door one Hogmanay to see a certain Robbie Fowler standing there – dressed as a giant pizza.
Raith boss Barry Smith insists that the slip-up by title rivals Ayr has not altered what he is demanding from his side in the two games of the regular season remaining.
John McGlynn says he is "relishing" the challenge of securing promotion after returning for a second stint as Raith Rovers manager.
Raith boss John McGlynn has admitted he was well aware of the financial realities at the club when he agreed to take over for the second time as manager, knowing there was no-one like Sheikh Mansour at Manchester City on hand to wave a magic monetary wand.