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The administrator charged with the task of trying to save Dunfermline admits there will be many redundancies in the coming days.
Livingston have confirmed Richie Burke as their new manager, with former Scotland international Mark Burchill named his assistant.
Partick Thistle chairman David Beattie feels they have a good team in place after Alan Archibald was confirmed as permanent manager.
Dunfermline have been handed a boost with the news that Josh Falkingham and Andrew Barrowman are set to return to the side.
Dunfermline manager Jim Jefferies has urged the fans to turn out in numbers this weekend for what could be club's final game.
Raith Rovers boss Grant Murray is expecting a tough derby with Dunfermline despite the uncertainty surrounding the Pars.
Sir Alex Ferguson has offered to send a Manchester United side to play a friendly at East End Park to help raise funds for Dunfermline.
Falkirk chairman Martin Ritchie will not rush the appointment of Steven Pressley's successor with Alex Smith named interim manager.
Billy Reid hopes Hamilton's quick football will help them to a solid finish in the Irn-Bru First Division.
Dunfermline legend Jim Leishman insists everyone involved with the Pars must work together to prevent the club going out of business.
Dunfermline majority shareholder Gavin Masterton - who has a 94% stake in the club - is reportedly set to leave his boardroom post.
Allan Moore feels patience will be the key to success when he takes his Morton side to play Hamilton at New Douglas Park on Tuesday.
Cowdenbeath have signed St Mirren defender Jason Naismith on a one-month loan deal to combat a defensive crisis.
Airdrie boss Jimmy Boyle is thankful to have the support of an understanding chairman as he looks to keep the club in Division One.
Partick Thistle star Chris Erskine has insisted speculation surrounding his future won't distract from his job with the Jags.
Partick Thistle midfielder Steve Lawless feels consistency during the run-in will be the key if they are to gain promotion this season.
Dunfermline midfielder Andy Geggan has admitted the club's off-field problems are now affecting performances on the pitch.
Dunfermline boss Jim Jeffries has denied reports his players are prepared to go on strike over unpaid wages and bonuses.
Stephen O'Donnell does not feel Partick Thistle's clash with Hamilton is a must-win encounter as they look to close the gap on Morton.