New Cowdenbeath manager Gary Locke will look to keep the Fifers' revival going with a win over Montrose at Central Park.
It’s one cup final won for Cowdenbeath, according to new manager Gary Locke, and 10 to go.
New Cowdenbeath manager Gary Locke was thrilled with his team’s performance in their 3-1 away win over Berwick on Saturday.
Cowdenbeath have appointed former Hearts, Kilmarnock and Raith Rovers manager Gary Locke as their new manager, with Locke set to take charge of today’s game at Berwick Rangers.
Gary Locke is the new Cowdenbeath manager.
John Hughes has been unveiled as the new manager of Raith Rovers at Stark’s Park this afternoon. The former Inverness Caley Thistle, Hibs and Falkirk gaffer will be replacing Gary Locke, who was sacked by the Kirkcaldy club following Tuesday’s home defeat to Greenock Morton. For more on this story, see tomorrow’s Courier.
Football is an unforgiving and at times cruel business as once more shown by Tuesday night’s sacking of Raith boss Gary Locke and his assistant Darren Jackson.
Raith chief executive Eric Drysdale has revealed that former boss Gary Locke and his assistant Darren Jackson were fully aware their jobs were on the line before Tuesday night’s game with Morton.
Jason Thomson admits the Raith players are desperately seeking answers to their recent form slump – and he is hoping they finally find them tonight against Morton at Stark’s Park.
With league leaders Hibs having been held to a draw earlier on Saturday by Ayr, the early evening match against Raith Rovers was a golden opportunity for the Dundee United players to close the gap at the top to six points.