Raith chairman Bill Clark has confirmed that the club will be running a hybrid squad next season with a combination of full-time and part-time players.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie is looking to finish the year on a high by securing bragging rights for the club’s fans against Angus rivals Arbroath at Links Park this afternoon.
Montrose manager Stewart Petrie believes he has found the final piece of his attacking jigsaw with the signing of Russell McLean.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell is determined there will be no triple whammy at Gayfield today as his team look to get back to winning ways against East Fife.
Brechin boss Darren Dods will look to take the game to hosts Stenhousemuir this afternoon after adopting a very cautious approach to last weekend’s Betfred Cup game at Dundee.
The last time Montrose met Brechin in a league fixture it was away back on March 9, 2002, with City winning 2-0 at the Glebe.
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.
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.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell keeping feet firmly planted on the ground despite being bracketed with mighty Liverpool
Arbroath’s profile has probably never been higher but boss Dick Campbell is determined to keep everyone grounded and fully focused on what is immediately in front of his team.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie determined his cup underdogs will give good account of themselves against Dundee United
Stewart Petrie is the first to admit that he did not have the greatest Scottish Cup record as a player.