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Forfar Athletic are the visitors to Forthbank on Saturday as we bid to bounce back from last week’s 5-0 home defeat to Brechin City. Dick Campbell’s side have made a good start to the season and beat Peterhead 1-0 at Station Park last weekend. We travel to Stranraer next Saturday and begin October at homeContinue Reading
We look forward to welcoming Willie Watters to Saturday’s game against Forfar at Forthbank as a guest of the club. Willie joined the Binos in August 1991 when John Brogan was manager and we had been promoted to Division One. The former Kilmarnock forward became a huge favourite at Annfield and Forthbank, scoring a number ofRead more
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The goals from Saturday’s 5-0 defeat to Brechin City at Forthbank are now available on the SPFL YouTube channel. Andy Jackson and substitute Alan Trouten both scored twice, with Bobby Barr also on target for Ray McKinnon’s men, who remain unbeaten.
George Salmond, who took charge of our 1-1 draw at Peterhead last month, is the referee for our League 1 game against Forfar at Forthbank on Saturday. He will be assisted by Sean Carr and David Doig.
Our next game is against Forfar Athletic at Forthbank on Saturday as we bid to bounce back from the 5-0 defeat to Brechin City. Dick Campbell’s side are one of three teams who lead the way in League 1 – along with Dunfermline and Ayr United – after beating Peterhead 1-0 at Station Park atRead more
Our U20 team were beaten 2-0 by East Stirlingshire in the SPFL Development League East at Stirling University on Monday evening. First-half goals from Paul Brennan and Billy Vidler saw Shire continue their good start to the campaign as we failed to build on last week’s 4-1 win over Cowdenbeath. Lewis Coult and Steven DorisRead more
We are in SPFL Development League East action against East Stirlingshire on Monday night. The game will be played on the grass pitch at Stirling University, kick-off 7.30pm.
Stirling Albion manager Greig McDonald was an angry man after watching his side lose 5-0 to Brechin City at Forthbank on Saturday. In the first meeting between the teams since season 2011/12, Andy Jackson opened the scoring and Jackson, Alan Trouten (2) and Bobby Barr piled on the misery in the second half. McDonald said:Read more