Arbroath boss Allan Moore was delighted to see his side get back to winning ways after defeats from closest rivals Queen’s Park and Albion Rovers in the previous two League Two fixtures.
East Fife booked their place in the Petrofac Training Cup quarter-finals last night with a hard-fought victory over Highland League champions Brora Rangers at Dudgeon Park.
There was a goal scored against Scotland by a police officer, set-up by a lawyer, which is a source of minor embarrassment.
Glasgow Celtic in their early days regularly held track cycling events at Parkhead and once hosted the world championships.
East Fife player-manager Gary Naysmith watched his side rout Threave Rovers to make the Scottish Cup third round but said he still expects more from the Fifers.
Hamish stokes young men’s dreams into a burning flame’, wrote Michael Marra, the bard of Dundee. The song was in tribute to United’s legendary goalkeeper Hamish McAlpine, but could equally have been penned for another United hero, Ralph Milne, who passed away last week at the age of 54, having lost his long battle with alcohol.
Scotland boss Gordon Strachan senses a healthy "nervous excitement" among his squad and the fans ahead of their European Qualifier against Georgia.
Brechin crashed out of the Petrofac Training Cup after being well beaten at home by League One rivals Peterhead.
Gordon Strachan finally relents and plays two centre-forwards while England endure a topsy-turvy few days. Also, United face Saints and Fife clubs on the up. Courier sport writers Eric Nicolson and Neil Robertson tackle the burning issues...
UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Ajax after the Dutch club's supporters were involved in clashes during their Champions League match at Celtic Park.