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RAITH Rovers manager John McGlynn has released 15 players after his side failed to win promotion to the SPL.
Hibs boss Colin Calderwood has Raith Rovers forward Gregory Tade on his radar as he lays plans for a further revamp of his Easter Road squad over the summer.
In today's Rumour Mill: Whyte wants Rangers takeover wrapped up this week; PFA award winners announced; Pressley signs on for another year at Falkirk; plus the rest of the day's football news and gossip.
Raith Rovers 0-1 Queen of the South McMenamin 90
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In today's Rumour Mill: Royal wedding could delay Rangers takeover; Lennon set to renew interest in Shane Long; Locke says Hearts need new blood; plus the rest of the day's football news and gossip.
In today's Rumour Mill: Rangers takeover nears completion; Lennon belief in players' mental strength; McGregor 'offered six-year deal' after another impressive display; plus the rest of the day's football news and gossip.
THEY descended from all over the Kingdom of Fife with coronation in mind and it was Dunfermline who finished a passion-fuelled occasion as the heirs apparent to the First Division throne.
Dundee United 4 – 2 Kilmarnock
A KEY indicator of a seriously important match is when the managers of both sides involved in it don't even bother to hide the significance of the game.
Dunfermline midfielder Martin Hardie insists he has been left baffled that television companies have shunned today's potential title decider against Raith Rovers in favour of 'car crash' SPL football.
Warning issued to Rangers management, McGhee urges Lennon to stand his ground and £2m First Division play-off approaches.
YOU have to learn how to fall before you can learn to fly, but four years ago Andrew McNeil thought he was soaring.
Dunfermline 2 Hardie 55, 78 Raith Rovers 1 Baird 39
TWO years into a five-year plan to rejuvenate the ailing Raith Rovers, John McGlynn was marooned in the Second Division feeling he had embarked upon mission impossible. Then came a remarkable uprising.
The Kingdom of Fife will be the centre of Scottish football next Saturday when table-topping Dunfermline host second placed Kirkcaldy neighbours Raith Rovers for what could be the defining match in the First Division title race.
RARELY has there been quite so much at stake in a match between Raith Rovers and Dunfermline Athletic. When the two clubs meet at East End Park on Saturday, bragging rights will be the least of their ambitions.
RAITH ROVERS remain a point behind Dunfermline but they were made to sweat against a Stirling side who may already be relegated but put in a display which belied their position at the bottom of the table.