League Champions:  C. Division 1953/54
Second Division 1982/83, 1989/90, 2004/05
Third Division 2001/02
steven bell

Stranraer lose Bell

Stranraer midfielder Steven Bell will miss the rest of the season after suffering an ankle injury. Blues boss Stevie Aitken said: “Thankfully it is not the same injury (Achilles) that kept...

24th Apr 2014League One
Connor Birse

Birse on way back

Arbroath youngster Connor Birse, who has been out of action for 14 months, is making good progress from his second major knee operation. Birse had battled back from his first injury and was set...

23rd Apr 2014League One
Andy Jackson

Jackson could be rested

Brechin may take advantage of securing their League 1 safety by resting striker Andy Jackson ahead of a second operation on his injured hand. The former St Johnstone and Morton front man has been...

23rd Apr 2014League One

Mohsni at the double

Defender Bilel Mohsni scored twice as Rangers moved closer to completing their League 1 campaign unbeaten with a 2-1 win over Ayr United at Ibrox on Tuesday night. The former Southend player broke...

22nd Apr 2014League One

SPFL and Scottish FA statement

The following has today been agreed by the Boards of the Scottish FA and Scottish Professional Football League: - The resolution proposing that the Professional Game Board be able to appoint two...

22nd Apr 2014League One

Pars keen to keep El Bakhtaoui

Dunfermline have started negotiations with striker Faissal El Bakhtaoui about extending his contract. Jefferies said: “We have started looking to extend Faissal’s stay as he broken...

22nd Apr 2014League One


The City




Ray McKinnon


Glebe Park


101m x 61m


Club website

Top Scorers

  • 11 A Jackson
  • 10 A Trouten
  • 7 R Barr
  • 7 R Thomson
  • 4 R Donnelly

League One Table

PosTeam Pld GD Pts
1 Rangers 34 85 98
2 Dunfermline 34 13 59
3 Stranraer 34 1 48
4 Ayr United 34 -2 46
5 Stenhousemuir 34 -10 45
6 Forfar Athletic 34 -7 40
7 Brechin City 34 -13 39
8 Airdrieonians 34 -13 39
9 East Fife 34 -34 32
10 Arbroath 34 -20 31

Updated 22/04/2014 at 21:38


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