St Mirren’s start to their Betfred Cup campaign has given boss Jim Goodwin hope that his side have the necessary character for the season ahead but he knows there are things they must improve.
Queen of the South
Coronavirus is having a detrimental effect on so many players in Scotland.
Jim McInally looks to snare Queen of the South midfielder Andrew McCarthy in time for Peterhead’s Falkirk clash
Peterhead are set to sign Queen of the South midfielder Andrew McCarthy.
Having suffered painful cup upsets against lower league opposition Andy Considine savours getting the chance to play for Aberdeen at Hampden.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is confident ending more than three months of injury frustration will deliver a psychological boost to defender Mikey Devlin.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today insisted goal machine Sam Cosgrove has filled the void left by Adam Rooney.
Mikey Devlin missed out on the League Cup final and an international debut due to injury and says his misfortune only motivates him to reach those heights again.
Nicky Low says he will always have fond memories of his time at Aberdeen and his League Cup winners’ medal provides a permanent memento.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson was proud of his team in their 4-1 Scottish Cup loss to Queen of the South.
Paul Lawson is drawing inspiration from Formartine United’s previous good form in the Scottish Cup, as they look to cause a major surprise on Saturday.
Formartine’s Lawson happy to take Albion Rovers Scottish Cup scalp and set up Queen of the South clash
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson was delighted to reach the Scottish Cup third round and set up a tie with Queen of the South.