PARTICK THISTLE boss Alan Archibald has been given another major transfer boost after Kris Doolan agreed terms on a new Jags deal.
Dunfermline manager Jim Jefferies has described as "ridiculous" the decision to deduct the points from the club that led to relegation to Division Two.
ALAN ARCHIBALD is not the only one at Firhill undertaking a building job this summer.
PARTICK THISTLE chairman David Beattie hopes the SFL see sense and give their backing to league reconstruction talks at Hampden today.
HUGH MURRAY is confident Partick Thistle's young stars can thrive in the SPL as he counts down to his own top-flight return.
PARTICK THISTLE are set to introduce a ticketless entry scheme to Firhill as well as freezing their season-ticket prices.
ALLAN MOORE hopes Morton can get the best out of Archie Campbell next season after he penned a new one-year deal at Cappielow.
HAMILTON ACCIES chairman Les Gray has set his sights on a top four finish in the Irn-Bru First Division next season.
GARDNER SPEIRS admitts Queen's Park's sloppy start at Balmoor killed off their promotion dreams.
PARTICK THISTLE have held talks with Falkirk keeper Michael McGovern over a summer switch to Firhill.
MICHAEL KEENAN hopes Queen's Park can be kings of the road and save their promotion dream tomorrow.
THE damage was inflicted late on Queen's Park, but they still have time to make amends.
GLENN DANIELS insists he had no qualms about playing second fiddle to Partick Thistle keeper Scott Fox this season.
PARTICK THISTLE boss Alan Archibald is on the trail of Raith Rovers striker Brian Graham as he bids to bolster his attacking arsenal ahead of their return to the SPL.
PAUL Gallacher reckons Queen's Park's time has come as they bid to move one step closer to a place in the Irn-Bru Second Division.
ALEX NEIL admits he faces one of the biggest calls of his career this summer – if Hamilton offer him the manager's job on a permanent basis.
MARK McGUIGAN owes his Partick Thistle team-mates a debt of gratitude for helping him realise his SPL dream.
GARDNER SPEIRS saw Queen's Park miss out on the chance to finish best of the rest in the Irn-Bru Third Division on Saturday.
IAN MURRAY reckons Dumbarton's chances of beating the drop next season have already received a boost – after Cowdenbeath preserved their Irn-Bru First Division status.
MORTON boss Allan Moore is set to pen a new one-year extension to his Cappielow contract.
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