Scottish Division 2 news
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Stenhousemuir goalkeeper Callum Reidford has been forced to hang up his gloves due to circumstances surrounding his availability.
Albion Rovers boss Todd Lumsden is looking for more of the same against Forfar on Tuesday as he targets back-to-back league wins.
Brechin boss Ray McKinnon feels his side can be positive going into their game with East Fife despite losing in their last outing.
Queen of the South boss Allan Johnston has praised his side's attitude following Saturday's hard fought win over Brechin.
St Mirren goalkeeper Chris Smith has joined up with Division Two promotion-chasing Stenhousemuir on loan until the end of the season.
Queen of the South midfielder Derek Young says the club will not celebrate their title win until after next week's Ramsden's Cup Final.
Queen of the South boss Allan Johnston felt their 6-0 victory over Brechin was a fitting way to claim the Second Division title.
Brechin City manager Ray McKinnon believes it would be terrific to deny Queen of the South the title ahead of their clash on Wednesday.
Forfar boss Dick Campbell is looking forward to the weekend clash with Arbroath with both clubs locked together on 39 points.
Queen of the South player/manager Allan Johnston says he wants to beat Gretna's record points haul as they close in on the title.
Queen of the South boss Allan Johnston has urged his side to keep going despite amassing a huge 24-point lead at the top of the table.
Stenhousemuir's trip to Arbroath, East Fife's tussle with Stranraer and the Albion-Forfar game have been postponed due to high winds.
Stenhousemuir boss Martyn Corrigan says he is still unsure when Craig Anderson will be available again following a bout of shingles.
Brechin chairman Ken Ferguson insists they are doing all they can to drain their pitch but will play at Station Park on Saturday.
Second Division leaders Queen of the South have swooped to sign former Ross County player Marc Fitzpatrick on a deal until the summer.
Alloa captain Darren Young looks set to miss the weekend clash with Queen of the South as he is still hampered by a calf injury.
Albion Rovers' boss Todd Lumsden claims the referee was too quick to postpone Saturday's basement battle against East Fife.
Queen of the South manager Allan Johnston is hoping his side can do the double this season following their 1-1 draw against Arbroath.
East Fife boss Billy Brown insists he is staying calm ahead of the next two vital games against Albion Rovers and Stranraer.
Ayr United have snapped up former midfielder Scott McLaughlin on loan from Peterhead until the end of the season.
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