Aaron Norris is hoping Formartine United can beat Fraserburgh tomorrow to boost their challenge at the top of table and earn him family bragging rights.
Mark Cowie admits Fraserburgh are out of the Highland League title race after a 2-0 defeat to Brora Rangers.
Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie was happy to see his side return to winning ways by beating Strathspey Thistle 3-1 after last Wednesday’s Aberdeenshire Shield exit to Banks o’ Dee.
Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie was left to rue fine margins as Auchinleck Talbot put them out of the Scottish Cup.
Fraserburgh assistant manager James Duthie hailed the two super strikes which helped them beat Inverurie Locos and reach the Aberdeenshire Shield semi finals.
Paul Young hopes Fraserburgh’s battling qualities can serve them well as they look to go on another Scottish Cup run.
Boss Mark Cowie branded Fraserburgh’s win over Brora Rangers as “massive”.
As he prepares for his testimonial tomorrow, Marc Dickson says money couldn’t buy the experiences he’s had with Fraserburgh.
Aberdeen colts have been paired with Raith Rovers in the first round of the Irn-Bru Challenge Cup.
Fraserburgh assistant manager James Duthie believes new signing Sean Butcher deserves his chance in the Highland League.
Scott Barbour is delighted to be returning to Fraserburgh.
Boss Mark Cowie has urged his Fraserburgh players to build on Wednesday’s fine win at Brora Rangers.
Sectarian chanting, fake tickets and a skirmish prompts police action at high-profile football matches in North-east
Sectarian chanting, fake tickets and a skirmish prompted police action at two high-profile North-east football matches, new documents show.
A Highland League football team will be hit with a bill of more than £4,000 for the policing operation at a high-profile Scottish Cup tie.
A football fan has claimed that a situation could have turned “ugly” after ticket holders were turned away during a landmark match.
Fraserburgh did themselves proud in their 3-0 defeat to Rangers in the Scottish Cup fourth round at Bellslea.
An investigation has been launched over claims fake tickets were used in last night’s Scottish Cup match in Fraserburgh.
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.
Two football fans are having a field day with a public display of support for their team.
Punters betting on the clash between Fraserburgh and Rangers have been putting most cash on the underdogs.
Fraserburgh FC’s chairman has revealed how he worked his way up from the club’s 50p-a-week boot cleaner to ensuring the team’s biggest ever match was kept in the town.
Fraserburgh FC have confirmed there will be no public sale of tickets for the William Hill Scottish Cup 4th round tie with Rangers.