Forfar boss Jim Weir has thanked the club’s board for allowing him to extend keeper Marc McCallum’s stay at the club.
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Forfar boss Jim Weir will take a team full of confidence to Airdrie this afternoon for the League 1 opener with last weekend’s Betfred Cup triumph over St Johnstone still fresh in the memory.
Dundee will play Aberdeen at home in the Betfred Cup last 16 after the draw was made at Dens Park.
Montrose have been drawn at home to Angus rivals Forfar in the second round of the renamed Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup.
He is the proud owner of a Scottish Cup winner’s medal and has played for his country but Scott Robertson still has one big ambition he is determined to achieve before he finally hangs up his boots for good – win promotion.
Forfar boss Jim Weir has bolstered his squad with the addition of former Scotland and Dundee United midfielder Scott Robertson.
Forfar’s John Baird brands Raith opponent an ‘absolute disgrace’ for alleged comments during play-off tie
Forfar’s John Baird has branded Raith’s Ross Matthews an “absolute disgrace” for comments he allegedly made during Saturday’s ill-tempered Championship play-off semi-final at Station Park.
East Fife’s season draws to a close with the visit of Forfar and Methil manager Darren Young is disappointed that the meeting is not a prelude to the promotion play-offs for his side.
The kudos of finishing second in League One is all the incentive Forfar need against East Fife this afternoon, according to their manager Jim Weir.
Jim Weir has challenged Forfar to go and win the remaining four games after seeing his side slip up at relegation-threatened Stranraer.