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Derek McInnes seeks glorious end to Aberdeen’s epic season

Whatever the outcome of this afternoon’s Scottish Cup final, Aberdeen will take one honour from this campaign. Today, Derek McInnes’ men will complete the longest season in the history of Scottish club football.

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Tayport are aiming to win back the GA Engineering Cup.

Ovenstone says his Tayport side is ready for final challenge

Having finished their league campaign with a thumping win against Downfield, Tayport now head for Tannadice Park this Sunday.

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Newburgh are aiming to hit the net again under their new boss. Stock image.

New boss sees the potential at ‘Burgh

The new manager of Newburgh Juniors says there’s plenty of scope to develop potential at the football club.

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Raith chief exec Eric Drysdale.

Raith CEO: Learn the lessons and move the club forward

Raith Rovers are determined to learn from the mistakes of the past year, and put the right manager in place that will steer the club towards better times.

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Stephen Wright

Wright departs Fife for Ibrox

One of the football coaches charged with developing the next generation of players in the Kingdom has left his role.

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The largest in-stadia screens in the country have been installed at Hampden

Improvements at Scottish football’s national stadium

Hampden is undergoing renovation work ahead of the UEFA 2020 European Championships.

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Gary Bollan, the current Forfar manager, is a front runner for the Raith job. Pic: Chris Coutts

Bollan in frame for Raith as Easton rules himself out

Forfar Athletic manager Gary Bollan has emerged as a front runner for the vacant Raith Rovers job.

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United facing the drop again

United facing the drop again

St Andrews United are set to suffer consecutive relegations this weekend with Whitburn closing in on safety.

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Barry Smith is pleased that defender Jonathan Page has commited to the club.

Squad starts to take shape

It’s still early days in East Fife’s pre-season, but boss Barry Smith is pleased with the core of the squad he’s already put together.

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Stark's Park, home of Raith Rovers.

Raith manager hunt remains work in progress

Raith Rovers are making progress in their hunt for a new manager with interviews due to take place in the coming days.

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Stark's Park, Raith Rovers FC.

Raith players weigh up future amid wage cuts as boss hunt begins

The wounds of relegation are still raw at Raith Rovers.

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Two ducks taking in a match in May 1966. Picture: TSPL

Quiz: Name the Scottish football grounds

We’ve rooted around in our extensive archives to find 23 photographs of Scottish football grounds from the 1950s and 60s.

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Thornton players celebrate Chris Irelands goal in Mondays 2-2 draw with Dundee North End.

Thornton Hibs promoted back to the Premier League

Thornton Hibs confirmed their promotion back to the East Premier League on Monday night with a 2-2 draw against Dundee North End at Memorial Park.

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POLL: Who should be the next Raith Rovers manager?

POLL: Who should be the next Raith Rovers manager?

After the despair of relegation from the Championship to League One, Raith Rovers are on the lookout for a new manager.

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Chris Duggan hit the goal trail in the black and gold after returning to the side following a lengthy injury lay off.

Chris mulls over Fife deal

The dust has barely had time to settle on East Fife’s 2016/17 League One campaign but already there has been sweeping changes at the club.

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Draw leaves Saints on the brink

Draw leaves Saints on the brink

St Andrews United are standing on the edge of successive relegations.

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Fortune favours a return to Newburgh

Fortune favours a return to Newburgh

A familiar face has returned to East Shore Park after Newburgh Juniors moved swiftly to fill their vacant managerial post.

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Raith loan striker Ryan Hardie holds his head in his hands after defeat to Brechin which confirmed the club's relegation. Pic: Fife Photo Agency

COMMENT: Time to rebuild Raith Rovers after a self-inflicted relegation

The post-mortem on the remains of Raith Rovers' season does not make good reading for those in charge of the affairs of the Kirkcaldy club.
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Thistles Dan McArthur (left) and Liam Carson (right) played key roles in the draw.

Fife Thistle 3-3 Rosebank

Thistle faced Rosebank in the FAFA Championship withhe Dunfermline side looking for points to stave off relegation.

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29 goal striker Kyle Wilson.

Kennoway reflect on season

Kennoway Star Hearts looked back on a remarkable season when the club held its player of the year night.

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