Raith Rovers have requested that the SFA compliance officer Tony McGlennan investigates whether Rangers broke the governing body’s rules by bringing Ryan Hardie back early from Scotland Under-19 duty ahead of Saturday’s clash between the two Championship sides at Ibrox.
Dunfermline sent their fans home happy as they rounded off their home campaign with a 3-1 victory over play-off bound Morton at East End Park.
Raith boss John Hughes insists he stands by verbal blast and is looking for players to respond in crunch game
Raith boss John Hughes insists he is not at the club to “change his players’ diapers” – instead, it is their responsibility to man up and hopefully save their season.
Raith Rovers’ winless run extended to nine games following Saturday’s defeat at Cappielow.
Dunfermline boss Allan Johnston admits the character of his side is really being put to the test after a run of five league defeats in a row.
Kevin McHattie insists he will continue to battle through the pain barrier to help Raith secure their Championship survival.
Kallum Higginbotham insists he is ready to fire Dunfermline back to the Premiership after shunning interest from north and south of the border to sign a new contract with the Pars.
Rhys McCabe insists Dunfermline will soon get back on the goal trail as the Pars attempt to end their first campaign back in the Championship with a flourish.
Paul McMullan admits Lady Luck seems to have deserted Dunfermline in recent weeks with the club having lost their last five league games.
Dunfermline defener Lee Ashcroft is convinced Kallum Higginbotham’s red card cost the Pars a long-awaited triumph over the Bairns – but the defender has accepted his team-mate’s dressing-room apology.