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Golabek back for Caley

Posted Saturday, May 01, 2010 by PA

Inverness defender Stuart Golabek is free from suspension and returns to the squad to face Dundee.But striker Richie Foran will be missing because of a knee knock.Manager Terry Butcher said: "We have yet to beat Dundee this season, with the three league games between us drawn and Dundee coming back to beat us in the ALBA Challenge Cup Final."That is a huge incentive to win this one, as is exten...Full Story »

Robertson doubt for Airdrie

Posted Saturday, May 01, 2010 by PA

Airdrie goalkeeper Stephen Robertson remains a doubt for their game with Dunfermline.Lee Hollis is in line to deputise for Robertson again if he fails a late check.Defender Bobby Donnelly is back in the squad after a calf injury but Alan Trouten remains sidelined with a hamstring problem.If the Diamonds win and Ayr defeat Morton, they will finish in eighth place.Manager Kenny Black said: "A lot...Full Story »

Rovers close curtain on epic season

Posted Saturday, May 01, 2010 by PA

Raith Rovers` exhausting end to the season comes to a close when they host Ross County.Rovers have been forced to play 11 times in the past four weeks and as a result John McGlynn has been working with a squad that has been short on numbers.Craig Wilson and Mark Campbell have again been ruled out, while Laurie Ellis and Graeme Weir are both rated as doubtful.McGlynn must also decide whether to ...Full Story »

Tuffey set for Partick farewell

Posted Saturday, May 01, 2010 by PA

Partick Thistle's Northern Ireland international goalkeeper Jonny Tuffey will take a bow in front of the Firhill fans as he is recalled to face Queen of the South in his final game for the club.Alan Archibald, Liam Buchanan, Paul Paton and Paul Cairney are all out because of knocks, so youngsters Ross McGeough, Ryan McBeth and Kieran Burns are listed in Ian McCall's squad for third time this te...Full Story »

Gibb unavailable for Warriors

Posted Friday, April 30, 2010 by PA

Stenhousemuir will be without Scott Gibb for their key match with Peterhead.The defender will miss the tie at Ochilview Park following a family bereavement, however, manager John Coughlin has no injury or suspension worries.Coughlin was keeping things simple and focusing on getting a win to avoid being included in the end of season relegation play-offs.He said: "I am not interested in draws or ...Full Story »

Duo missing for Pompey

Posted Friday, April 30, 2010 by PA

Portsmouth manager Avram Grant remains without Nadir Belhadj and Jamie O'Hara for his side's final Barclays Premier League home fixture against Wolves.Belhadj may be sidelined for the rest of the campaign with an ankle injury, while O'Hara is fighting to recover from a back problem in time for Pompey's FA Cup Final date with Chelsea on May 15. Hassan Yebda and Papa Bouba Diop (both knee) contin...Full Story »

Clyde give youngsters a chance

Posted Friday, April 30, 2010 by PA

Clyde have included five 17 year olds in their squad for the visit of Dumbarton.Director of Football Neil Watt has included Jordan Allan, Connor Stevenson, Steven Howarth, Connor Cassidy and Kevin Higgins for the encounter as he looks to finish the Bully Wee`s dismal campaign on a high note.Goalkeeper Scott Findlay and midfield duo Marvyn Wilson and Conn Boyle have not been included after being...Full Story »

Duo unavailable for Hedgemen

Posted Friday, April 30, 2010 by PA

Brechin will be without defender Paul McLean and leading scorer Rory McAllister due to suspension in their final league match of the season against Stirling.With the duo out, the Glebe Park club are down to fourteen players for their match with a Stirling side that just need a draw to lift the title. Anton Kurakins, Neil Janczyk, Willie Dyer and Alex Walker all remain unavailable as they recove...Full Story »

Trio doubtful for Red Lichties

Posted Friday, April 30, 2010 by PA

Arbroath defender Gerry McLaughlin is a doubt, while strike duo Steven Hislop and Bryan Scott are also struggling to make the crunch clash with East Fife.The trio are all injured, however, in more welcome news for manager Jim Weir, the experienced Phil McGuire is back in training and could feature.Weir is looking for the fans to be the extra man for the clash that will decide if either side wil...Full Story »

McClune returns for Wasps

Posted Friday, April 30, 2010 by PA

Alloa boss Allan Maitland will welcome back David McClune as his side prepare to face Cowdenbeath.The defender returns from suspension, however, midfield duo Mark Brown and Brown Ferguson will both be unavailable as Alloa look to finish the season on a high note.The Wasps are two points behind leaders Stirling going into the final game though Maitland is positive that his side can benefit from ...Full Story »

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