HE SCORED the winner when Falkirk won the Scottish Cup in 1957 and is one of only a handful of survivors of that team. Yet, Doug Moranâ€™s football memories stretch far beyond that glorious feat as he recalls a one-eyed goalkeeper, the immortal John White, a sinister 10-1 victory for Dunfermline an
Dumbarton confirm the appointment of Stephen Aitken as manager as the 38-year-old leaves Stranraer.
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Ray McKinnon leaves Brechin City to become Raith Rovers manager as Maurice Malpas exits Stark's Park.
I HOPE the boss doesnâ€™t mind me telling you that we had another front page planned for our sports section yesterday. Part of it was going to feature Dick Campbell, manager of Forfar Athletic, throwing his hat into the ring for next seasonâ€™s Championship. But it just goes to show that you neverâ
TEN-MAN Alloa Athletic staged a remarkable second-leg recovery to win the Championship play-off final and remain in Scotlandâ€™s second tier for a third consecutive season.
Michael Chopra is delighted he was able to deliver the goods after helping Alloa overcome a two-goal deficit to secure their Championship status with a 4-3 aggregate win over Forfar.