Arbroath boss Dick Campbell insists his side have not received the credit they deserve this season for making it into the promotion play-offs.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell is looking for some home comfort this season – starting this afternoon against Stranraer.
He picked up 14 yellow cards and two reds last season with the disciplinary hangover extending into this campaign but Raith’s Iain Davidson insists he will not be changing his aggressive style of play any time soon.
Raith’s Lewis Milne admits working as a brickie’s labourer helped cement his determination to make it as a full-time footballer.
Raith’s Kyle Benedictus is determined the negative of missing out on promotion last season will be used as a positive in this campaign.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell insists no-one at the club is getting carried away despite the 4-1 midweek win over Championship side Ross County in the Betfred Cup.
No-one at Raith has given up on the title race just yet but Grant Gillespie admits if the worst-case scenario comes to pass, then the players need to be prepared to go up through the play-offs.
Stewart Petrie is determined Montrose will beat Annan this afternoon and make it through to the fourth round of the Scottish Cup for the first time for nearly eight years.
It will be an intensely-proud moment for Montrose boss Stewart Petrie and his players as the SPFL Ladbrokes League 2 Championship flag is unfurled shortly before kick-off this afternoon.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie admits he will be using tonight’s Betfred Cup tie against East Fife as a yardstick to show just what his side can expect in League 1 this season.