THERE was good news and bad news in equal measure for Raith Rovers fans this week as two players signed, while another two moved on to pastures new.
RAITH Rovers are prepared to quit the Scottish Football League if lower division sides fail to back league reconstruction proposals.1 comment
AFTER moving clubs four times in as many years, Grant Anderson was looking for some stability in his career.
The East Fife Mail believes that a business consortium is in “advanced talks” with East Fife FC with a view to taking a controlling stake in the club.
EAST FIFE chairman Sid Collumbine said it’s “onwards and upwards” after the Methil side secured its Division Two status.
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EAST Fife’s players have been called on to brush themselves down and get on with the task of keeping the club in Division Two.
EAST Fife’s hopes of avoiding the Second Division play-offs remain out of their hands as the season reaches a nervy climax this weekend.
RAITH Rovers boss Grant Murray is ready to slap a deadline on his out of contracts players.
ROSS Laidlaw hopes he can claim the number one jersey at Raith Rovers next season after signing a two-year deal to stay at the club.
RAITH Rovers are forking out thousands of pounds this summer in an attempt to fix their pitch problems.
SCOTTISH Football League clubs will convene at Hampden today (Friday) for a meeting that could make or break the latest league reconstruction proposals.
The doors to Raith Rovers’ Hall of Fame are now open!
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