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.
Darren Dods has called on his Brechin City players to prove that their midweek collapse against Dunfermline was an early-season “blip”.
A win against Dunfermline tonight would give Brechin City a last game shot at progressing to the knock-out stage of the Betfred Cup for the first time.
Brechin boss Darren Dods is looking forward to kicking the new season off in the Betfred Cup against Peterhead at Glebe Park as it will move his side further away from the misery of their last campaign.
This season will see a radical change in the way some clubs conduct their signing business following the ending of “Emergency Temporary Transfers” in this country.
It’s the start of pre-season training for the Brechin squad tonight but there will be one notable absentee as the players are put through their paces – boss Darren Dods.
Brechin boss Darren Dods has bolstered his squad with the addition of experienced defender Dougie Hill.
Brechin City goalkeeper Graeme Smith has left the club after five years to join newly-promoted Stenhousemuir.
If Queen of the South are going to lie down and let Brechin City get their first win of the season on the last day then they have got a funny way of showing it.
Brechin City will have to wait until the final day of the season to face a team with nothing left to play for.