DAVID Raven can be forgiven for thinking he had made it when he was handed his Liverpool debut at the age of just 19 and emerged as the man-of-the-match in a League Cup quarter-final win against Tottenham at White Hart Lane in December 2004.
Falkirk's Peter Grant admits that he has listened carefully to some fatherly advice as he prepares for the Scottish Cup final against Inverness Caldeonian Thistle this weekend.
Edward Ofere will realise his cup final dream with his Inverness future on hold despite his scoring streak.
Falkirk manager Peter Houston is happy for his team to wear the underdog tag as they prepare to tackle Inverness in the Scottish Cup final.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager John Hughes believes the club's stellar season will help establish a new generation of supporters.
CRAIG Sibbald hopes Hampden proves to be a happy hunting ground again in Saturday’s William Hill Scottish Cup final against Inverness.
John Hughes hopes Inverness Caledonian Thistle can win the Scottish Cup final and boost their regular following.
THERE will be no beef from Peter Houston if he loses out to John Hughes in Saturday’s Scottish Cup final. Not when the Falkirk manager has such regard for how his long-time confrére and Inverness Caledonian Thistle counterpart transformed his playing career by beefing up.