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New Scotland manager Alex McLeish was today hailed as a “true Scotland legend and natural leader” by SFA president Alan McRae.
New Scotland manager Alex McLeish today vowed to showcase the nation’s talents to the world – at Euro 2020.
Fraserburgh assistant boss James Duthie reckons the Broch will have to be at their best when Buckie visit Bellslea tomorrow.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson has no intention of hanging up the boots for next season.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally is looking for an increase in confidence when his side meet Berwick Rangers at Balmoor tomorrow.
Inverurie Locos boss Neil Cooper hopes his side can keep up their performance levels – despite a stop-start run of games.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson praised his team for overcoming the double adversity of league defeats and conceding early to win at home to Clachnacuddin.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally cut a frustrated figure after seeing his side held to a goalless draw at Ainslie Park.
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran thought his side showed once again they could mix it with Scottish league teams – despite their historic run in the Scottish Cup being ended by Falkirk.
Highland League Cove Rangers' record Scottish Cup run ended with a 3-1 defeat to Paul Hartley's Championship Falkirk in Inverurie.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally is expecting to face a different Edinburgh City from the one his side have turned over 3-0 twice already this season.
“It’s the biggest game in Cove’s history.”
Highland League Turriff United are on the hunt for their third manager in a month following the shock resignation of Graeme Roy.
Cove Rangers skipper Eric Watson knows his playing days are numbered.
League Two: Peterhead skipper McCracken in call for charges to chase down Montrose with games in hand
Peterhead captain David McCracken insists it is down to them to catch Montrose if they want to lift the League Two title.
Jordon Brown was frustrated after Peterhead slipped up to title rivals Montrose.
Formartine United’s Garry Wood is targeting revenge on rivals Cove Rangers tomorrow.
Scott Brown says Peterhead are determined to prove they are the best side in League Two by going top of the table tomorrow.
Fraserburgh ready to return to Highland League action against Deveronvaleale after Rangers Scottish Cup tie
For captain Ryan Christie and the rest of the Fraserburgh players, it’s back to reality tomorrow when they face Deveronvale.
The chief executive of the Scottish FA has this afternoon resigned.
Our fans could head home happy from Scottish Cup tie with Rangers says long-standing Fraserburgh chairman Noble
Fraserburgh chairman Finlay Noble believes everyone could leave Bellslea happy after the Broch’s Scottish Cup tie with Rangers.
‘It’s a pity they didn’t have VAR’ – Dean Cowie says Fraserburgh can be proud after matching Premiership Rangers in televised Scottish Cup loss
Fraserburgh defender Dean Cowie insists the Broch players can be proud of the way they performed in their Scottish Cup loss to Rangers.
Fraserburgh did themselves proud in their 3-0 defeat to Rangers in the Scottish Cup fourth round at Bellslea.
Fraserburgh v Rangers: We want to try to repay efforts volunteers put in the first time says proud Broch boss Cowie
Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie insists they can’t repay the efforts of the volunteers who worked through the night on the Bellslea Park pitch.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally hailed the character of his side after their “ugly” 3-2 win against Berwick Rangers.
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran was delighted after his side reached the fifth round of the Scottish Cup for the first time.
A North-east football club’s flag has been raised in the centre of a town ahead of the biggest game in its history tomorrow.
Fraserburgh’s Paul Young has shared a pitch with Rangers in the Scottish Cup once before.
Formartine United’s Archie Macphee says reaching the Scottish Cup fifth round would better anything he has achieved in the competition before.
Stevenson calling on Peterhead to set up top-of-the-table League Two clash with victory over Berwick tonight
Jamie Stevenson wants Peterhead to give themselves a chance to top League Two on Saturday by beating Berwick Rangers tonight.