Allan Johnston insists he has signed a new two-year deal with Dunfermline because he believes he is capable of leading another promotion push in the Championship next
LIVERPOOL have said the 96 supporters who lost their lives at Hillsborough will never be forgotten and hailed “resilience and dignity” of their families after the truth about the disaster was finally uncovered.
Ian Ayre has praised the "dignity" of Liverpool supporters and campaigners after an inquest jury concluded the 96 football fans who died in the Hillsborough disaster were unlawfully killed.
Lee Clark, the Kilmarnock manager, laid blame firmly at the feet of Conrad Balatoni after the defender’s calamitous error brought a costly collapse in the Highlands. From a winning position, the ten-man Ayrshire side tossed the lead away to plunge deeper into trouble near the table’s foot.
Redemption, in the form of resurrection, at the club that made him redundant. Joe Cardle’s association with Dunfermline has all the undulations of an epic movie tale. One in which East End Park manager Allan Johnston could assume the role of the reanimator, the former winger drawing the best from…
Albion Rovers sent Forfar Athletic into League Two with a 3-2 win at Cliftonhill which keeps intact the home team’s hopes of making the promotion play-offs.
Rory McAllister misses a penalty and is sent off in the first half as Peterhead lose heavily to Ayr United.
Forfar Athletic's relegation to Scottish League Two is confirmed with defeat at Albion Rovers.